Re: TWO proposed Greek cohousing communities
From: Pare Gerou (
Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2021 16:17:48 -0700 (PDT)
Hi Carol!  I love Emmerson Commons- incredibly beautiful back window view
of the mountains and an adorable Crozet village nearby!

There are several Greek Visa options, and I can tell you more about them
during our Friday Info Coffee.  There is a digital nomad visa, for
instance, that is drawing hundreds of remote workers and their families to
Greece to relocate.  But several other visas, like the Golden Visa and
Financially Independent Visa, do not include work authorization. While I am
an American Immigration Attorney, I do not pretend to be an expert in Greek
Immigration law, and you should be wary of taking advice from people who
are not Greek Immigration attorneys.  I have provided the publically
available basics on our webpage from the official government site to get
you started if you are interested.

Emmerson is in a location not so very different from the farm to table
Ecohousing community we envision, and we will be loving the cooking and
foodie culture in our community-- We have a well known Greek American chef
providing a free "Cooking Easy Mediterranean in the Common House" demo this
month.  Here is where you can get free tickets and learn more:

We also were featured in a podcast this week that features our member and
diversity and inclusion specialist.  You can listen here:


Greek Village Cohousing
T. +1 (434) 962-7801
A. Peloponnese
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On Wed, Aug 4, 2021 at 1:04 PM CJ Q <homeschoolvideo [at]> wrote:

> Hi Greek communities,
> Does Greece allow you to work as a resident?  Living in the mediterranean
> would be nice!
> Thanks,
> Carol
> Emerson Commons home owner
> On Wed, Aug 4, 2021 at 9:07 AM Fred H Olson <fholson [at]> 
> wrote:
> > There are two proposed cohousing in the country of Greece.
> > Both have posted to cohousing-L recently.
> > Both are expected to have non Greek members and I think are based on
> > Greek law which allow non Greek citizens to have long term residence.
> > Their names are similar enough that I get them confused so after
> > browsing their websites I present this brief summary.
> >
> > Greece Cohousing Community
> > About eight households in an existing villa complex
> > on the island of Crete
> > See
> > key person: Charles Nuckolls <charles_nuckolls [at]>
> >
> > Greek Village Cohousing
> > About 30 households on Peloponnesian peninsula
> > See
> > key person: Pare Gerou <paregerou [at]>  who is a Greek American
> >
> > Locations on map of Greece at:
> >
> > Peloponnesian peninsula is in blue
> > Crete is the island at the bottom of the map.
> >
> > Fred, who has difficulty imagining downsizing to another neighborhood
> >  in Minneapolis let alone another country so won't be moving to Greece
> >
> >
> > --
> > Fred H. Olson  Minneapolis,MN 55411  USA        (near north Mpls)
> >      Email:        fholson at      612-588-9532
> > My Link Pg:
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