The Rural Cooperative Housing Demonstration Program: Observations and Assessment
Cooperative housing--as has been practiced for many years in urban settings--is a concept which provides an alternative to either rental or outright ownership of property. Faced with less-than-desirable living conditions and the insecurity of potential eviction, many cooperatives were developed over the past several decades in and around major industrial centers of the East and Midwest. Much of our present knowledge regarding cooperative housing has come from that urban experience.
This report is part of the collection of scanned historical documents available to the public.