The Cohouseholding Research
We are using hard data, in-depth interviews and shared household visits to inform the definition of the cohouseholding model. We are working to deeply understand the problems before we begin any active promotion.
The hard data (numbers and objective information) comes from existing public information, e.g., US Census Bureau, and from our planned surveys.
Our soft data includes interviews to tap the hard-won experience and knowledge of experiences living in existing cooperative houses and collectives, organized home share programs, and aligned experts (including attorneys, architects, real estate professionals, investors, and community activists).
(Note: the project instigator managed a team conducting research for Microsoft. His team included statisticians and analysts, software developers, and a marketer who promoted their tools inside the company.)
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