Re: Cohousing-L Digest, Vol 25, Issue 1
From: artokner (artokneratt.net)
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 08:44:49 -0800 (PST)
Hi I'll be back in Boulder on this Sat call me or send me your number and I'll 
try to help
Arthur 303 442-3038





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> Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2006 17:29:43 -0700 
> From: "Amy Dwyer" 
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> Hi, I have seen a few posts about this lately so sorry if it seems 
> repetative, 
> but I am looking for more responses online for fee comparisons from other 
> similar cohousing communities (to Wasatch Commons in Salt Lake City) and it 
> is 
> proving to be more time consuming than I thought... 
> 
> We are a 26 household condo community and the fees cover: 
> 1.the exterior of your home (roof, deck, stucco, etc) 
> 2.common house (3500 sq.ft.) upkeep and expenses 
> 3.common path/lands (~6 acres) 
> 4.some landscaping 
> 5.a workshop 
> 6. committees 
> 7. reserves 
> 8. insurance 
> 
> If anyone from this list has a minute, I would totally appreciate some data: 
> (I 
> will be compiling for the next couple of weeks so whenever you get a chance 
> is 
> great, and in the end if you want a copy of the info I have compiled I will 
> happily share...) 
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> Could you tell me what your fees are, if they go up yearly and by how much, 
> what 
> they cover, if there is a sweat equity component to them, and are they flat 
> fees 
> or square footage based, or both? 
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> Our fees are between $101 and $138 a month ($65 flat fee and the rest per 
> square 
> foot) with $40/month a house going toward our reserves, 10/month to 
> discretionary, and the rest operating. 
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> Thanks! 
> 
> Amy Dwyer 
> Wasatch Commons Cohousing Community 
> Salt Lake City 
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