Across the U.S., there are now more than 160 cohousing communities and more on the way, according to the Cohousing Association of America. No matter what stage of the exploration process you’re in, it’s important to connect with others who can guide you through the process.
Here are some of the resources you MUST have on your list.
For people of all ages, cohousing presents benefits and value beyond just shared spaces. In the last year, we’ve been seeing several in-depth articles that explore the benefits of cohousing for people of different demographics. While their goals may be different, the ways in which cohousing has benefited them is similar. Here are three articles that resonated with us.
[T]he new survey looked at the relationship between loneliness of midlife and older adults and their connections to neighbors. Sixty-one percent of those who have never spoken to a neighbor are lonely, compared with 33 percent of those who have spoken to a neighbor.