Cooperative housing gives people a voice and a vote in how they want their building — their home — managed. What’s surprised me most about cooperative housing was the sense of unity and family.
The more we work together, the more we can create a stronger voice and greater awareness of the cooperative movement, both bilaterally and internationally.
Cooperative housing gives everyone an equal footing to be part of something. It provides an equal playing field where everyone has the same voice.
Stay informed with the following resources:
Call to Action
Call your local representative today! Congressional action is needed to allow veterans to purchase shares in housing cooperatives through the Dept. of Veteran Affairs (VA) Home Mortgage Loan Guaranty. Rep. Maloney (D-NY) will introduce the bill in Nov. Call on your local representative to co-sign today!
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2015 Progress Report
Read about NAHC’s goals for 2016 in the 2015 NAHC Progress Report. Click to download PDF of 2015 Progress Report
Do you or your cooperative have legal, financial or ethical questions and need the advice of an attorney or an accountant with experience in cooperative housing? If your company provides services to cooperatives, is it listed in the NAHC Professional Directory? View the online NAHC Professional Directory and get your questions answered.
Cooperative Housing Quarterly
Click here to check out cooperative news and issues – or submit an article. Read NAHC’s newsletter, Cooperative Housing Quarterly (formerly the Cooperative Housing Bulletin, or CHB).