|HOW TO ACHIEVE AGE DIVERSITY||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Linda (treehousenetstep.net)|
|Date: Sat, 11 Nov 2006 06:07:59 -0800 (PST)|
We are a group of nine households the majority over 50 developing a cohousing community in New York State. We own our land so the financial clock is ticking re: mortgage payments and the need to line up buyers. There are a number of interested ³Prospective Residents², many over 50, and few young families with children, who are participating in our Orientation Process and wanting to be assured they¹ll be able to ³get in². We very much want diversity in age. With the prohibition of setting any age quotas, and the majority of our interested buyers older, how can we best achieve a mixed community? We¹ve heard that young families come later in the development process, cuz they don¹t have time for lots of meetings and early involvement. But if most of the houses are spoken for by older people, how will we have room for the young latecomers? Thanks, Linda Gluck Ulster County Cohousing in Rosendale, NY
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