|Re: Common House costs||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Jasmine Gold (juturnaix.netcom.com)|
|Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2000 13:02:12 -0700 (MST)|
I was recently looking at the blueprints for the E-Z Cohousing group in Pleasant Hill, California. I saw lots of things labelled as home offices. When I asked about them, I was told that these were the children's rooms, craft rooms, etc. They were labelled this way to avoid many code issues including having an elevator. They are using the Jim Leach/Wunderland streamlined model with The Cohousing Company. I don't have any more details, but this might be something to look into in other areas as well. --Jasmine Gold, PERCH (San Franciso Peninsula Region Cohousing) where we are the process of forming an LLC and getting financing paperwork together because our real estate agent has told us is the only way to compete in this crazy real estate market where what little developable raw land exists goes for $2,000,0000 an acre and we are still figuring out how to compete with developers.
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