Co-ops are run by members, for members
A housing co-operative is a community of people who work together to meet their housing needs.
Co-op members share activities in the management and running of their co-op, with opportunities for all members to participate in the co-op, according to their capacity and ability.
CEHL partners with independent member co-operatives.
There are two main models in the CEHL Housing Program, Common Equity Housing Co-operatives (CERC) and Community Managed Co-operatives (CMC)
Find out more about the co-op models . . .
Is co-op housing for me?
Are you looking for:
- secure, long term tenancy
- being actively involved in the management of your housing and having a say in the CEHL Housing Program
- having access to training in co-op roles and an education scholarship program
- affordable rent