|Home Equity Co-op||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: maggiedutton (mduttonshaw.ca)|
|Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2007 08:14:14 -0800 (PST)|
Nathan quoted: > "The main distinction between a housing co-op and other forms of homeownership is > that in a housing co-op you don't directly own real estate. But if you don't own real estate, > what exactly are you buying? You are buying shares or a membership in a cooperative > housing corporation. The corporation owns or leases all real estate." The only cohousing community in Calgary is a new breed of Co-op. They own their units and share of the common areas as a condo but have a co-op for the social side. I am sure this idea could be expanded to include the work side of life. New buyers have to be accepted as members of the co-op first. This is their website http://www.prairiesky.ab.ca/welcome.htm Maggie Dutton, www.sociocracyinaction.ca in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
- Re: Group Forming need advice, (continued)
- Re: Group Forming need advice Catya Belfer-Shevett, January 26 2007
- Filtering New Members [Was: Group Forming need advice] Sharon Villines, January 26 2007
- Re: Group Forming need advice nathan schomber, January 26 2007
- Re: Group Forming need advice Sharon Villines, January 27 2007
- Home Equity Co-op maggiedutton, January 26 2007
- Re: Home Equity Co-op nathan schomber, January 26 2007
- Filtering members in a forming community Rob Sandelin, January 26 2007
- Re: Filtering members in a forming community Ann Zabaldo, January 26 2007
- Re: Filtering members in a forming community nathan schomber, January 26 2007
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