What is Co-op Housing?
Housing cooperatives provide not-for-profit housing for their members.
The members own the co-op, the co-op owns the housing. The buildings and property are maintained and managed by the members residing in the co-op.
Approved applicants must purchase shares in the co-op in order to become member residents.
The members do not own equity in their housing. If they move, their home is returned to the co‑op, to be offered to another individual or family who have been accepted for membership.
Selected applicants must attend an interview conducted by the co-op membership committee, to be considered for acceptance.
For more information about the
co-op lifestyle, please visit: CHFBC
Bounty Housing Cooperative is a family friendly community located at the corner of Southpoint Drive & Sandborne Avenue in Burnaby, BC.
Bounty Housing Cooperative
was built and established in 1989 and is a vibrant part of the lovely Edmonds "City in the Park" community.
Bounty consists of 6 townhouse style units and 64 condo style units. We have extensive grounds that include picnic tables, flower gardens and a playground.
Active, ongoing participation within the co-op is required to maintain membership in good standing.
If you truly feel that co-op housing is the right fit for you, we look forward to hearing from you.
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