CoHo BC

CoHo BC: Collaborative Home Ownership and Development Initiative

Collaborative Home ownership: Build Community, Know your neighbours, get more for your money

Buyers

Find resources on how to buy, build, finance and structure a co-purchase. Meet potential partners with similar interests and complimentary housing needs to buy or build a home with. 

Sellers

Aging and looking for a younger co-owner allowing you to downsize in place? Divorced and wanted to minimize the impact on children? Liquefy some of your assets without having to move? 

INVESTORS

Looking to break into the Vancouver real estate investment market but find the entry point too high? Team up to afford that rental property you always dreamed of.

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Next COHO BC Event: May 26, 2019

Learn about collaborative home ownership opportunities and challenges. Meet others interested in this form of housing, consult with experts, and have fun! Register here.

The next CoHo BC Let's Make a CoHome Info Session & Mixer is Sunday May 26th, 4pm. Register for the event here or  contact CoHo BC for details about these or any other upcoming events.

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What is collaborative or co-ownership?

Collaborative ownership simple refers to multiple people sharing ownership over a single piece of land.  This is not a new phenomenon, as couples, families and even strangers have been co-owning land for centuries.  In recent centuries, legal stratification was created to allow co-owners to more simply share ownership of a building and has become central to land ownership as it has allowed people to own parcels of a property and lowered the entry barrier to home ownership. Unfortunately, stratification is not permissible on all properties and as such collaborative non-strata is making a comeback.

What is CoHo BC?

* An alternative real estate consulting, marketing and sales team specializing in collaborative ownership models.

* A portal for information and legal, real estate and development services to assist in your collaborative project.

* Matchmaking services for homeowners, buyers and sellers to find partner(s) whom they trust and have complimentary housing needs.

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Small Scale Collaborative Housing

It's more common than you think.

20% of Canadians would buy a home with a relative, 11% would buy with a friend or business partner, 2% would buy with a complete stranger!                                            Ipsos.com April 11, 2016

 

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Testimonials

"I didn't think I could afford to own property in Vancouver.  But thanks to working collaboratively and the dedication of Noam Dolgin, we own a great East Vancouver property."

Steve, Investor

"Turns out owning a detached home in Vancouver is not as out of reach as I had thought. I just needed to think outside the box and enlist the help of a great team of creative professional."

Jason, Buyer