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Subject: Re: A hacker housing co-op?
From: Billy <bi...@billycomputersmith.com>
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I've got access to three buildings, two in Leyton, and one in
The manager of the estate management company was interested in leasing
all three buildings, when at the time i wanted just the one flat. I
told him that i didn't feel comfortable taking on all three on my own.
With help it would be a different story...
It'll need to be approached in a reasonably professional manner for
them to take it seriously.
If anyone is interested in setting up a housing co-op, shout here.
On 20 Oct, 19:46, "Martin (Crypt)" <crysi...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> I may be looking for a new place next month, would definately be an
> interesting idea. =A0I know a few ppl that have done similar will ask for
> On Oct 20, 2012 7:19 PM, "a...@aden.org.uk" <a...@aden.org.uk> wrote:
> > On Saturday, October 20, 2012 7:05:36 PM UTC+1, Robert Morris wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> On Sat, Oct 20, 2012 at 06:40:44PM +0100, Aden wrote:
> >> > People are always looking for places to move to, and every attempt
> >> > I've made to get a hacker house share has failed, so the best way is
> >> > to take over an existing house share by stealth... So thought I'd po=
> >> > this here, go ahead and flame me if you like.
> >> How about a hacker housing co-op?
> > Sound like an interesting idea, I've got no idea how housing co-ops wor=
> > do banks lend money to housing co-ops these days, or does everyone livi=
> > there have to pay a share of the place?