Event: Co-operative Housing (Workshop)

Sep 17

Join us in a free interactive discussion about:

•  What is a Housing Co-op? How does it differ from  other housing options?
•  What are the advantages (advantages) of  Co-op Housing?
•  Who is eligible to apply?
•  How does one apply - forms, documents, processing time, etc.?

Speaker: Fiona Jackson, Member Engagement and Communications Director

            Co-operative Housing Federation of BC

To register or to get more information, please contact:

Lenn Castro at  stmarysmigrant@gmail.com

Resochita Arma at  resochita.arma@issbc.org or 604-684-7498 ext. 1666

Organization Name:ISSofBC
Event Type:Housing
Start Date:2017-09-17 13:00
End Date:2017-09-17 15:00
Entry Fee:Free
St. Mary's Parish
Seminar Room, School Gym, 5239 Joyce Street,
Vancouver, V5R 4G8
British Columbia

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