Cooperatives (Co-ops)


Our Cooperative Housing Property Management Style Releases The Stress of Managing A Co-op 

There are so many possibilities for living arrangements once you move out on your own. You can decide to live alone or with one or more roommates. You can share space in a house or an apartment. Another option, that has been around longer than you may think, is buying into or renting within cooperative housing.

Unlike all these other options, people who buy into a co-op become members and own a share or piece of the entire building. It’s a unique way to buy into a property that’s often more affordable than buying a condo or home.

Here at Delwin Realty we do the leg work and educate you on how Co-ops work. In most cases people who join into Cooperatives tend to not know the rules and guidelines that Co-ops have. It’s also a big investment. As a renter, living in a co-op creates a different, more communal atmosphere that you may not find elsewhere.