|"Shell Game"||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Chris ScottHanson (chriscohousingresources.com)|
|Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 12:11:30 -0700 (MST)|
on 2/15/2000 7:22 AM, Rob Sandelin at floriferous [at] email.msn.com wrote: > perhaps there are ways to make such a shell game more affordable. Rob, and all... I have to agree with Rob. It should make sense, the game of building a shell and allowing the new owners to choose the components and finishes for the interior. But it only seems to really make sense when the sales price, and mark-up are extremely high. Since customizing is so desirable for most cohousing group members, I do think this bears looking into further, to see if the "shell game" can be played in a more affordable arena. Anyone who has other ideas or contributions to the development of this idea should let me know. I will post results to this list. Chris ScottHanson Cohousing Resources, LLC Ecovillage, Cohousing & Sustainable Communities Development and Consulting email: Chris [at] CohousingResources.com web site: http://www.CohousingResources.com 9813 NE Murden Cove Dr. Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 (206)842-9160 (206)842-9203 FAX (206)369-7755 Cell Author of: The Cohousing Handbook, MAKING A PLACE FOR COMMUNITY ©1996 Hartley & Marks Publishers, Vancouver BC Check our website for ordering information at http://www.cohousingresources.com/Handbook.htm "A must read for anyone ready to move beyond talk."
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