Housing Co-op Organization Survey

The Urban Homesteading Board (UHAB) is conducting a survey of organizations that work to support and develop shared-equity housing co-ops. The term shared-equity encompasses limited-equity co-ops, zero-equity co-ops and other variations of the co-op model that provide affordable housing.

This survey looks to understand: what your organization does, how your organization is sustained, your organizational capacity, and the challenges you and your local co-op community face.

Over the years, organizations that work with housing co-ops have come and gone. If we want to continue the housing co-op model and see it thrive, we need organizations like yours to remain active players in the co-op community. Learning about each other and sharing information is one way in which we can strategize our collective future. The hard work and dedication of practitioners like us make this model of housing possible now and for years to come!

Thank you for sharing this valuable information about your organization! Responses are confidential.

Follow this ongoing research project here: www.uhab.org/coopresearch

Questions or comments? Contact the Project Associate for this research, Alex Roesch: roesch@uhab.org

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    These first few questions will let us know who you are and how you work with housing co-ops.

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    How is your organization sustained?

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    These last questions relate to the capacity of your organization and the challenges your local co-op community faces.

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