This page is an estimation of revenue potential over the 5 phases of development of One Community from our primary planned revenue generation method: sharing One Community with visitors. To read the specifics about this and our other strategies for generating revenue, please visit our Revenue Stream Page.
Our model is to operate through volunteers and their families living on the property and helping us build and, starting with Phase II, to maintain approximately 30% of residency as transient traffic* comprised of students, eco-tourists, and others interested in experiencing the physical beauty, recreational experience of our social architecture, and the daily operations of One Community as a self-sufficient teacher/demonstration villages demonstrating “sustainability for the complete human experience.”
*“Transient” defined by the county as staying less than 3 months
For purposes of revenue to One Community (and the county), our goal is to keep “transient” rooms as full as possible with people staying anywhere from a night to a couple weeks.
TOTAL POSSIBLE TRANSIENT TRAFFIC: Starting at 7 months: 20-40 additional volunteers/students
Additional revenue and rooms are projected to be available through people renting their structures through our entrepreneurial model as well.
It is also worth noting that if One Community needed a quick influx of cash we could sell rooms as all inclusive timeshares competitively priced at $5,000/week for a gross revenue of $260,000/each that would still generate a small on-going revenue through dues, but would reduce our rental availability and rental income potential.