Some people who can’t afford to buy real estate individually are interested in purchasing it collaboratively with others to whom they are not related. It is important to create a model where all the co-purchasers are equitably protected, but developing a legal structure can be complicated. This webinar looked at resident-owned cooperatives, LLCs as a tool for collective ownership or gradual transfer of property, and the experience of collaboratively purchasing real estate without a specific legal structure in place.
This webinar featured guest speakers:
Shane Rogers, community organizer and communication director for Food Solutions New England
Sawna Caradwyn, Willow Permanent Real Estate Co-Op
Julia Curry, Vermont Real Estate Cooperative and Cooperative Development Institute
Randy Amis, Esq, speaking about his experience working on collaborative ownership structures
View future webinars in the series, including Webinar 4: Additional Shared Equity Tools: Adding Shared Equity Elements to Standard Ownership and Rental, on Tuesday February 21 (register here).