|What SHOULD I be worried about?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Michelle Burce (michelleburcegmail.com)|
|Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2014 15:25:33 -0700 (PDT)|
Hi everyone! I'm part of a group working to build cohousing, and the resources available on this list and its archives have been AMAZINGLY helpful! Thank you all for sharing your wisdom over the years. So far, many of my fears have been allayed by this list, since so many of the responses to various problems seem to be "Communicate with your neighbors and it will all work out fine." Choosing who gets which lot? "We haven't had too many conflicts." Reserving the common house? "Usually not a problem." Worried about too little privacy? "Don't worry too much." So my question to you cohousing veterans is: What should we be worried about / work out in advance / get a good plan for NOW? What are the bumps in the road that actually take a solid process, or a professional, or a lot more money than we think? What one (or two or three) piece(s) of advice would you give some folks who have a group formed and meeting, have land and architects picked out, but have not yet dropped the huge sums of money to make this happen? I think we, as cohousing newbies, might be focusing our energies in worrying about those things that can get worked out, but are not seeing the things that can stymie a whole community. Thanks everyone! Michelle
- What SHOULD I be worried about? Michelle Burce, June 16 2014
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