Why Don’t More People Move To Sweden? / Scandinavian Cohousing Mention

by cohousingworks on April 22, 2011

in Cohousing Development, Cohousing in the News, Feature Community, Other, Cohousing, Parallel Communities

In this interesting article, a pretty rosy picture of Sweden is put forth for potential home buyers.  Of more interest, though, is that the articles mentions the prevalence of cohousing in the country:

At those prices, it’s no surprise that co-housing, Swedish-style, is the latest trend: you own a flat, or at least a bedsit, in a grand house and share amenities, such as an on-site gym. There are 45 co-housing communities in Sweden, of which 16 are in Stockholm.

Why is it that “community living” is so much more accepted outside this country?

Read the full article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/property/article-1379510/Be-swayed-Sweden-From-rustic-cabins-stylish-city-apartments-lots-reasons-love-Scandinavia.html#ixzz1KI75DKne

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