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Coop Benefits Report
benifits of limited equity
Over the past two decades, the city of Davis provided a range of affordable homes for either income-eligible households or first-time home buyers. The single family homes created by the city’s affordable housing program have all moved to market price. None of these single family homes are affordable to the same income group as initially occupied them.
defining the value of coops.
Coop are often formed in response to a problem in the market. Usually due to an imbalance of power between a supplier of goods and the customer. By pooling members purchasing power, a coop may serve as a force to lower prices or raise the quality of service or influence the market in other significant ways.
Rent policy and procedure
Rent arrears have many adverse affects on the Cooperative, as rent is the main source of income. High rent arrears can result in services such as repairs being affected, thus endangering the provision of safe and comfortable housing.
rent arrears policy objective of this policy
Housing Co-ops depend on the rent collected from their tenants for their main source of income. It is therefore, the policy of the Co-operative to keep the level of arrears to an absolute minimum in order to maximize income in the interests of the co-op and its members.