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|From: seablue (seabluegwi.net)|
|Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2004 15:58:17 -0800 (PST)|
Would it be possible to start a co-housing community alone or with one other person - to buy the land and build one or two houses to start, and then seek other members? Would this lower the risk? My friends tried to start a co-housing community that would include low-income folks - they lost their shirts and the project never was built because of lack of funds. I know consensus is a foundation of co-housing, but what if one were to follow the idea of "build it and they will come" - is that a fantasy of mine??? I am seeking a way to kick start a project with least risk....
- RE: COMPENSATION FOR FOUNDERS' HARD WORK, (continued)
- RE: COMPENSATION FOR FOUNDERS' HARD WORK Alexander Robin A, December 7 2004
- Re: COMPENSATION FOR FOUNDERS' HARD WORK psychling, December 7 2004
- RE: COMPENSATION FOR FOUNDERS' HARD WORK mark nichols, December 7 2004
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