Cooperatives were designed as a form of homeownership in which the members collectively own and control the developments in which they live. Residents buy membership stock in the cooperatives, which owns the land, building, and any common areas. Members obtain the exclusive right to occupy a specific home.
WHAT IS A
SPIRIT OF COMMUNITY
"What if something happens to me or my spouse?" Community support, a safe environment and freedom from the worry of maintaining a home also offers a sense of security.
The participatory nature of a cooperative community enhances the social, mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health of individuals; potentially reducing health care incidents and illnesses, therefore increasing life satisfaction.
Vintage Cooperatives prioritizes the value of community which provides a safe environment for the members. Our patio homes are strategically equipped with a private street and gated entrances, while our 2 & 3 story communities include a digital security system.
There are advantages of living in a community with peers with similar interests. Cooperatives offer a caring, neighborly environment which promotes development of new friendships and support.
Socialization and involvement in leisure activities with other enhance enjoyment of life. Catered dinners, card groups, crafts, book clubs, golf groups, exercise groups and social outings are just a few of the activities you might experience at a cooperative.