In Grundlsee, vacant living space is scarce. Interested people – especially young families – put themselves on waiting lists to be informed about vacant space in the community. On the other hand, there are owners of underused residential property and generational houses who have potential space resources. Often, only a few or even single people live in these properties, and maintaining them can increasingly become a challenge. The desire to stay in one’s own home is considerable and the idea of permanently renting out part of the building is usually hardly conceivable.
Are there new forms of living together that have a mutual benefit?