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|From: Melissa Bailey (bailey_msyahoo.com)|
|Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 11:29:36 -0800 (PST)|
Hello all, I struggled with justifying a response to Mr. Stampler, but in spirit of community, I thought it best.... In no way is Sunward in trouble financially - We are a 40 unit community and all are occupied. As I mentioned before, the community has been built for 6 years now and a great deal of the budget is allocated for infrastructure maintenance as well as maintaining adequate $$ in the reserves. The association fees will significantly increase jan. 1 2005 and the impetus for the affordability efforts is due in large part to this. Thank you to everyone who provided viable suggestions! On other affordability fronts - renting is a viable option at Sunward. My roommate and I both rent as do several others in the community. Yes, it is possible for a coho unit to be < $150,000. Touchstone is the 3rd cohousing development in Ann Arbor and, in some cases, the member owns the unit and the community owns the land. See http://www.ic.org/touchstone/ for more info. cheers:) Melissa Melissa Bailey RSW, MSSW bailey_ms [at] yahoo.com 734-272-7897 --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Meet the all-new My Yahoo! ? Try it today!
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