OPEN HOUSE EVENT
October 10, 2015
1:00 - 3:00 PM
What is Cooperative Living?
Senior housing cooperatives are established for those who are 55+ to provide an
alternative lifestyle to home ownership.
Different in nature from a house as this allows you to enjoy more free time! Sell the snow
blower and lawn mower - enjoy a heated garage in the winter - and plenty of activities to stay active and connected.
You'll enjoy freedom to do whatever you wanted to do rather than worry over the house maintenance issues.
purposeful about creating well-designed, socially supportive, affordable environments that preserve members' financial resources
and enhance their lives at the same time. Be active. Be social. Travel without worries, or stay at home
and be as busy as you choose
Use your talents in a cooperative to help make it the best it can be. Your life experience is
helpful in serving on a committee, the Board of Directors, or organizing an activity at the Cooperative.
This type of ownership
provides an opportunity for members to deduct their portion of the property taxes and mortgage interest on their income tax,
while sharing the load of ownership with in a not-for-profit organization controlled by the members themselves
Cooperative Living Is Affordable Quality
Purchase one ownership share in the Cooperative, a one-time
cost scaled according to the size of home you select.
Pay a monthly fee which covers your portion of the cooperative's
mortgage, building insurance, real estate taxes, maintenance inside and out, and reserve funding.
Resident owners are responsible for their own
telephone, electricity and if they wish, reserved parking in the heated underground garage.