Types of Communities
Cooperative homes offer an affordable way for people to join intentional communities. Because the existing buildings can be rented or purchased, these types of communities are more accessible than those that require the construction of new structures. It's an easier and more cost-effective way to get started
Cooperative Housing Cluster
If you're looking for something bigger than just a single communal house, then a cluster of housing communities close together is an ideal solution. Each household remains independent yet they form a vibrant collective where various members can collaborate and share their experiences.
Cohousing communities have quickly become one of the most popular forms of intentional communities. This is due to the fact that they offer a great deal of appeal, from their sense of community and togetherness, to the increased safety and affordability that comes with living in a cohousing community.
Visit these helpful sites to learn more about starting cohousing:
Other Types of Communites
There are many other types of Intentional Communities besides the popular models listed above.
Visit these helpful sites to learn more about them:
Don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions about starting a community. We'll be more than happy to provide an answer or direct you to the right place. Please keep in mind though that our team is made up of volunteers; hence, kindly bear with us if there's a delay in response times.