Re: Social Sweat Equity Registry
From: Jenny Guy (jenstermeistergmail.com)
Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2013 19:54:25 -0700 (PDT)
I think this is a good idea. That way, the people who do a lot of work will
get a better deal, and the folks who don't will pay more.
Jenny
Kingfisher Cohousing on Brookdale
Oakland, CA
brookdalecommons.org (website will be live in a couple of days)


On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 11:30 AM, Jasen Robillard <
jasen [at] connexuscohousing.com> wrote:

>
> I'm working with a group that is thinking of implementing a work share
> system prior to move in. The general gist is that there would be a
> voluntary 1-2% increase in unit prices that could be credited back to the
> owner assuming they fulfill a minimum threshold of community valued work.
> Any dollars not credited back to the owners would be place in the Reserve
> Fund or some similar "'large project fund" of the community's choosing
> (landscaping fund, solar panels, or extra contingency).
>
> This early implementation would offer a smooth transition to a post move-in
> Work Share Database.
>
> I'm wondering if a) this has been done before; and b) whether there are
> existing online work share systems that could be easily replicated for this
> type of application.
>
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> *Jasen Robillard*
> *Connexus Cohousing Collaborative, Principal*
>
> Project Management and Group Development Facilitation
>
> c: 403.554.8681
>
> e: *jasen [at] connexuscohousing.com*
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