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Cheaper by the dozen

With costs on the rise, co-op houses offer an economic advantage, and a social one too

By Emma Brown
Globe Correspondent / August 2, 2008

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The smell of pancakes and eggs wafts into the bright ground-floor sitting room of a Fields Corner triple-decker, where Micha Josephy - one of 12 people who own this house collectively and live here cooperatively - ticks off the bottom-line benefits of pooling resources. (Full article: 1298 words)

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