|Re: Rental homes||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: fertilezone (fertilezoneebox.oo.net)|
|Date: Sat, 19 Sep 1998 02:05:04 -0500|
Date sent: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 21:29:39 -0500 From: Brigitte Wilbern <allooui [at] erols.com> Subject: Re: Rental homes > I just read a posting from you (in) July. ..Did you get any responses ..? Would you be willing to share with us ? (at) Blueberry Hill in VA. ..Some owners will need boarders to help (with) payments. > My name is Brigitte and my email is > allooui [at] erols.com > Thank you in advance if you can send something. --------------------- Hello Brigitte, Thank you for the warm invitation. I have family and friends in or near VA, and would be delighted to move there from Seattle. Unfortunately my better half perceives some kind of forbidden terror of the east coast, weather, storms, etc.. I produced a 10 year longitudinal study that proves Virginia has more sunshine and warmer overall temperatures than Seattle, but she swears some awful snow blizzard was in the news recently in Virginia. Well, you get the picture... When fear articulates reason, persuasion has no power. Nevertheless, I will keep your message just in case. Another idea is to recruit new interest in co-housing from your nearest college. Well screened college students may be more likely to appeal to co-housing, than the traditional rental market. You might post an ad with the college paper, housing office, or on campus bulletin boards. Parents and students use all of these sources to find housing during college. I happily sharing a 2 bedroom Apt. with 4 to 5 people at a time during my entire college experience. By the way, Rob Sandelin's original reply to my post is below. This should help you with your efforts to find renters specifically seeking co-housing. Best wishes to you Roger Ruhle, Co-housing WanaBe Pre-Paid Legal Customer Service Associate http://web.oo.net/ppl/ ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 15 Jul 98 21:30:37 UT From: "Rob Sandelin" <Floriferous [at] classic.msn.com> Subject: RE: Rental homes: advertising of ..The FIC website has a communities reach board where you can post openings and this gets about a dozen postings a week? about all forms of community. A similar web posting on the cohousing site for rentals would be a good addition to the cohousing website. .. I understand a redesign is being developed. So maybe by this fall there will be something new to look at. Rob Sandelin NICA ------------------------------
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