—discover coliving with— 🧮 co-ownership
Offering fractional ownership giving flexible use at reduced cost in return for becoming a stakeholder. See details of how it can work.
I'm looking to stay
Hub House ℹ︎⤚scouting, southern Europe⟶ pledges made; ~€3k/mo/share ensuite; ~€250/mo/expenses as a co-op
Chateau Chapiteau ℹ︎⤚near Gurjaani, Georgia⟶ land part paid, incorporated, some facilities, goal to become diverse resort; ~€4k/mo/share
Kasaba ℹ︎⤚scouting, the USA⟶ taking pledges; 20+ high-spec container-cabins, in California;~$10k/mo/share; ~$300/mo/expenses
Oasa ℹ︎⤚scouting, Portugal⟶ high-spec and sustainable ~€6k+/mo/share for ensuite; min investment with mortgage contributions
Hamlet's Friends ℹ︎⤚scouting, Spain⟶ taking pledges; renovation of a village for up to 200 people; mid-range
CoDwell ℹ︎⤚🔎Laurelwood, OR, the USA⟶ revenue-share investment with rental use membership; open to other structures
🚧This is alpha. We're compiling — do tell us if you've feedback or have a space to add.
Sharing ownership in collective housing can take many forms, from leases and timeshares😬 to those developed specifically to support coliving principles, such as the Cooperative Coliving models. Similar to subscription coliving, but with ownership.
With fractional ownership you purchase equity shares in a property owning entity, of which the shares correspond to use having flexible booking, and for which you contribute either at a reduced rate versus rentals or at-cost (e.g. for utilities).
Some are operated commercially through a private management company charging for the services provided, others are mutualised through an association or co-op, with variable cost contributions and participatory decision-making.
Every project has its own approach, and naturally when people get together to create spaces, we have different ideas so check your intentions before committing.👍
Most spaces look after all decoration and equipment as in a serviced-apartment, yet some offer dedicated units (or cohousing) allowing you to use it as a base, or indeed as a home. Some rent out unused time and distribute dividends, whilst others focus on impact. It can also be possible to swap time between spaces in different locations that work together.