|Re: retrofit cohousing logistics?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Naomi Anderegg (naomi_andereggyahoo.com)|
|Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2010 20:06:04 -0700 (PDT)|
Greetings, I've been following the flow of the conversation and was wondering if anyone knows the logistics of how the whole HOA and right of first refusal stuff fits in with retrofit co-housing in a neighborhood setting? I'm interested in the idea of building a co-housing group with an already existing neighborhood (as an urban renewal effort). I suspect that such a group would want to start by buying as many houses/properties as they could on one block or two adjacent blocks, and try to make it so that every time a house became available in the pre-determined area over the course of the next several years, that property was essentially annexed into the co-housing group. But, how would you make sure that, as you were building, any properties associated with the co-housing association stayed associated with the co-housing association and that people buying them and moving into them were committed to co-housing, and the fees and time-commitment that go with it? Best, Naomi
House for Sale in Carrboro, NC Bree Kalb, August 5 2010
- Re: retrofit cohousing logistics? Naomi Anderegg, August 5 2010
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