Re: right of first refusal
From: MikeAngelastro (MikeAngelastrocomcast.net)
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 14:15:49 -0700 (PDT)
Just do not put that into the official documents of the HOA.

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From: martin henner <mhenner [at] comcast.net> 

> Another option regarding the right of first refusal is to give that 
> right not to the HOA, but to all of the other current residents in 
> the cohousing community. 
> 
> Often, a current resident will want to move to a larger or a smaller 
> home, or one that is quieter or better located in some fashion. This 
> may start a few such shifts, like dominos. 
> 
> Then finally, a unit would be sold to an outsider, but that sale 
> would be made by a seller who is remaining in the community, and who 
> thus has a strong interest in finding a buyer who shares the groups 
> values. 
> 
> Martin Henner 
> henner [at] impartial.com 
> 
> 
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