Re: Cohousing App
From: Corey (
Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2016 16:34:58 -0700 (PDT)
I'm super stoked to hear this, given this is what I'm building :) However!
There are a couple other apps already out there, most notably Sean's Mosaic
database system at and more recently Carles'
which is also rad. So far there's no mobile apps, but both Carles and I
have plans to provide one (we're addressing different things so nobody fret
over duplicated work because that's simply not the case). There's also the directory, which shares.

If anyone is interested in testing or otherwise getting in on the early
stages of my projects, please don't hesitate to ask - many have already and
it's really exciting to see there's a need for something like this!


On Sun, Jun 19, 2016 at 2:22 PM, Crystal Farmer <crystalbyrdfarmer [at]
> wrote:

> As a Millenial, I'd love to see a cohousing app. It's hard to find
> cohousing if there's not already a community nearby. There are mailing
> lists and Facebook groups. Charlotte Cohousing has a Meetup group with over
> 300 members. We don't even have land yet! So many people passively
> interested in cohousing. What if there was a way for them to connect and
> start talking? With exposure from the experts on what they need to do to
> get started? With a huge list of names to show to developers and investors?
> I don't know about the real estate market, but surely people see dollar
> signs when they have access to hundreds of people who are willing to buy
> something.
> This mailing list has been the best resource so far, but it's the only
> listserv I use! There's something to be said for slick apps. I'd willing to
> help with the effort though I am not a software developer.
> Crystal
> Charlotte Cohousing Community
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