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If you are looking for a cohousing community, the best place to go is our Cohousing Directory! You can browse by state, or search for a community you may have heard of. To obtain more information about any listed community, contact that community directly using the contact information they...
Views since 5/2014: 21,060
Doyle Street (Emeryville, CA) resident Barry Harris talks about the site. (Photo by Evangeline Welch) Many years ago while living at Doyle Street Cohousing in Emeryville, CA, I casually mentioned to a visiting tour group that I planned to offer my unit for sale within eight or nine months...
Views since 5/2014: 3,820
1. You find existing and forming cohousing communities in every state, see the directory on this site:http://www.cohousing.org/directory. 2. To find forming community groups, cohousing units for sale or rent, or cohousers seeking housemates in existing communities, see “Marketplace,” the...
Views since 5/2014: 3,233
Cohousing-L is an email discussion list on all aspects of cohousing -- development, design, move-in, organizing work, community life, governance, finances, legal questions, etc. Many cohousing veterans and professionals participate in the discussion offering information that is almost immediate and...
Views since 5/2014: 26,622
How does one go about locating a cohousing community that is a good personal fit? Here are my suggestions on how to go about finding a healthy, vibrant, and happy community. Finding a Healthy, Happy Cohousing Community that Fits Your Values; originally published in Communities Magazine.
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How does one go about locating a cohousing community that is a good personal fit? Here are my suggestions on how to go about finding a healthy, vibrant, and happy community. Finding a Healthy, Happy Cohousing Community that Fits Your Values Reposted from Communities Magazine.
Views since 5/2014: 386
So you are thinking about retirement. Or may already be retired. You know that in this next phase of your life you would like to have a new adventure-- new experiences, new culture, new environment, new lifestyle, new climate and maybe a new language. But not so different that you are no longer...
Views since 5/2014: 1,222
What are intergenerational co-housing communities and advocacy groups doing to attract and retain members who don’t fit the common (middle aged, middle class, white, heterosexual) co-housing profile? In this article Queer, Person of Color, or Low-Income; Is Cohousing Possible for Me?, Cynthia...
Views since 5/2014: 584
It feels like Thanksgiving for Cohousers! You know what its like for those hosting Thanksgiving, right? Preparing extra special treats, cleaning a little bit more than usual, coordinating who is doing what, and mostly... preparing and getting excited for the guests to arrive! That's what we have...
Views since 5/2014: 718
We're excited to participate in the upcoming National Cohousing Open House Day. Our home community, Berkeley (CA) Cohousing, has had low turnover (no resales in over 12 years!), and only rarely welcomes outside groups, but we're opening up for a few hours on Saturday, April 30. We're a smaller...
Views since 5/2014: 1,607

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