There are many different ways to be a home-owner in California, but one common denominator is that most of them have a cooperative identity.
Cooperative businesses are typically run by cooperatives.
They are often organized under the name “non-profit” or “community” and serve primarily low-income residents, elderly residents and people with disabilities.
These cooperatives also typically have a strong focus on providing economic opportunities for low-wage workers, according to a report released this week by the California Cooperative Homeowners Association.
The report, co-authored by the Cooperative Home Owners Association and the California Association of Community Organizations, identifies four key ways that home-owners can become cooperatives: Build a home cooperative, which is an organization that can act as a home owner cooperative.