Alternative possible uses of the site


  1. A real-estate matching site: to match owners of large residential properties suitable for groups (abandoned villages, unusually huge mansions with tens of bedrooms, abandoned warehouses and factories unsuitable for economic purposes; or an ordinary residential project newly constructed or renovated etc), with those wishing to purchase such property, either an individual who will live there, or a real estate agent, or a group which desired to live there. The group can be an existing one, or can be created for the purpose.
  2. A site to match buyers with those who can design & build, or renovate, large residential structures – or a collection of individual homes – suitable for groups. The match can be to a single buyer, either the new owner-resident or an agent, or to a group. The group can be an existing one, or can be created for the purpose.
  3. A site to match building-owners with residents willing to pay several years rent up-front in return for a significant reduction; this can be prior to the actual construction of the building, with the future residents being effectively investors in the builder’s project; they are investors who will live in the building, with the option of subletting or selling after an initial multi-year period.
  4. A site for those who desire to buy a plot of land and bring about the existence of a new residential building or group of homes, enabling them to eliminate the extra percentage added by a contractor.The site will match the buyer – an individual or a group –  with land-owners and all those who will do the work (architects, engineers, builders), as well as lawyers, facilitators etc.
  5. Plot owners or agents who conceive of a specific type of population which is suitable for some specific plot can search the resident-group section for a match, or create a group.
  6. Municipalities can browse the group listings as part of their decision-making process regarding zoning and land-use etc; they can reach out to specific groups and make offers, or they can create a group to solicit the desired population.
  7. Facilitators can arrange matches between plot-owners, builders, and groups on the site.
  8. “Groups” can be formed not in order for them to all live in the same building or complex of buildings, but rather to categorize the resident; buildings can be categorized according to the type of resident it is appropriate for, to enable matching to the appropriate “group”. For example “near city center, tiny but well-designed apartment with lots of light, not much noise” can be a category of a group, and can describe a building or a set of apartments within that building. Other categories: “Pet-friendly building, with park very close by” or “thick-walled musician-friendly building/apartment” or “Inexpensive child-free building with garden attached to the building, outside city center, no noise”. The more specifically that builders/real-estate agents/facilitators can categorize apartments and the appropriate residents, the simpler the match, and thus the quicker the apartment/building is filled.