|Cohousing tips for landlords and tenants||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Charles Maclean (advocatephilanthropynow.com)|
|Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 09:13:50 -0700 (PDT)|
Having been a landlord for 7+ years I have had a range of renters. Some thoughts: (not legal advice) - Invite renters to be full participants in community life (we exclude renters from using the blocking vote during calls for consensus) - Require renters to have in place prior to move in separate renters insurance with at least $300,000 of liability coverage to cover damage to other units, especially water damage - Have renters sign the same mediation/arbitration agreement signed by owners - Have renters go through the same "path to the neighborhood" interview (with landlord absent) and visitations prior to move in. - Use standard lease/rental agreement forms for your state provided by a landlords association. - Give preference to potential renters who can become potential buyers Charles Maclean Trillium Hollow Tel: 503.297.1490 advocate [at] philanthropynow.com
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