|Re: co-op house within cohousing community||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: John Carver (jcarverislandnet.com)|
|Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2017 13:20:18 -0700 (PDT)|
It might help to clarify a couple of things.First, what does "identifying as a co-op" mean? Is there a registered cooperative on title on the property, or are the occupants just referring to themselves as a "co-op"? Is it a group of people that own the unit?
Also, what is the ownership structure of the community? Most cohousing in N America is strata titled, like a condominium, but other structures are possible and would determine how the individual units are owned. The whole community could be a co-op, for instance.
John Carver Pacific Gardens Cohousing Community <http://pacificgardens.ca/> Nanaimo, BC On 17/07/2017 9:41 AM, Karin Hoskin wrote:
Hi, Does anyone have specific experience with a physical house/unit identifying as a co-op *within* your cohousing community? I would love to chat with someone living *in* a co-op *in* a cohousing community. Thanks, Karin
co-op house within cohousing community Karin Hoskin, July 17 2017
- Re: co-op house within cohousing community Sharon Villines, July 18 2017
- Re: co-op house within cohousing community John Carver, July 18 2017
- Re: co-op house within cohousing community Beverly Jones Redekop, July 18 2017
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