be free.

live low-key.

Loci is a for-Purpose, community-owned lifestyle brand which develops innovative solutions for the places we live, the places we work, and our place in the world.

Our community crowdfunds real estate to create a geographically distributed portfolio of micro-communities and places supporting shared prosperity for stakeholders and Lifestyle Liquidity for our members.

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loci: ‘lō-kē definition

Loci : ‘lō-kē
(noun) plural of “locus” Latin

1. the place where something is situated or occurs
2. a center of activity, attention, or concentration

loci: ‘lō-kē definition

Loci : ‘lō-kē
(noun) plural of “locus” Latin

1. the place where something is situated or occurs
2. a center of activity, attention, or concentration

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Loci Property offers a portfolio of up-scale, low-key accommodations distributed across strategic locations and captivating natural settings for vacation and extended stays. We acquire, develop, and manage micro-communities and other properties to form a global network of destinations for our members and others to enjoy.

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DID YOU FIND ONE OF THESE TAGS??

Our Low-key Locator service leverages social stewardship and good-Samaritan mindset with a “no-tech” solution for members to reunite with the items they have lost or left behind.

If you found one of our Low-key Locator Vegan Leather Tags, please click here to report the tag you found and we will help support the return of the item.

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By leveraging emerging technologies like member governance software and fractional ownership platforms, we are revolutionizing housing solutions and investment opportunities for a growing community of innovative modern-day nomads and adventurers.

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locus loqui community

Loci was developed for us, by us, to serve a growing and global sub-culture of travelers, adventurers, independent thinkers, creative dreamers, and free spirits. To support our connectivity and collaboration, we offer Locus Loqui: “a place to talk”, our community forum.

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locus loqui community

Loci was developed for us, by us, to serve a growing and global sub-culture of travelers, adventurers, independent thinkers, creative dreamers, and free spirits. To support our connectivity and collaboration, we offer Locus Loqui: “a place to talk”, our community forum.

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cassandra

Cassandra is single, well-positioned in her career and spends much of her time traveling for work. She invests in stocks and crypto, is fiscally conservative and plans to buy a home in the relatively near future but is still focused on professional development and living an adventurous life. Most importantly, she wants to explore new regions and spend time close to nature, while staying digitally connected to work.

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bry and lacey

Bry and Lacey are retired and free to explore. They own their home and frequently travel, but are looking for an alternative to short-term vacation rentals and timeshares to satisfy their seasonal explorations in preferred regions for a month or more.

Furnished accommodations are essential for their mobility and they really want a thorough opportunity to explore interesting areas and enjoy the environment.

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bry and lacey

Bry and Lacey are retired and free to explore. They own their home and frequently travel, but are looking for an alternative to short-term vacation rentals and timeshares to satisfy their seasonal explorations in preferred regions for a month or more.

Furnished accommodations are essential for their mobility and they really want a thorough opportunity to explore interesting areas and enjoy the environment.

rene and anil

Rene and Anil are in their 20’s and have shared an apartment in the city for almost a year. Both are early in their careers and both work remotely. They want to try out the “digital nomad” life, but still need to spend much of their time at their computers.

While hotels, hostels and hospitality platforms provide adequate accommodations for trips, they want the option to explore areas they like for a month or longer, without being tied to that specific location through a restrictive lease agreement.

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izabella and jehry

In their early 50’s and nearing retirement, Izabella and Jehry live comfortable professional lives. They have owned their own home before but sold it to pursue new work opportunities as the pandemic struck. Still uncertain of how the housing market will play out as the pandemic eases, they are cautious and want to hold off on purchasing a home until they are comfortable enough to settle down. Izabella enjoys a job that allows her to work from home, while Jehry can work mostly from home but travels to regional worksites weekly.

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izabella and jehry

In their early 50’s and nearing retirement, Izabella and Jehry live comfortable professional lives. They have owned their own home before but sold it to pursue new work opportunities as the pandemic struck. Still uncertain of how the housing market will play out as the pandemic eases, they are cautious and want to hold off on purchasing a home until they are comfortable enough to settle down. Izabella enjoys a job that allows her to work from home, while Jehry can work mostly from home but travels to regional worksites weekly.

a humble vision...

… to develop a small, rural property to give friends with mobile lifestyles a place to stay in nature. A place free from the limits and requirements of traditional residential rental and home ownership models.

My personal experience as a management consultant working with professional networks of digital nomads and remote freelancers exposed me to an international community of travelers and adventurers that was growing at a steady pace. As the challenges of 2020 set in, the world faced isolation and an urgency to communicate and collaborate. It quickly became clear that this community was going to grow exponentially as urban dwellers emerged from the traditional constraints of office and city life as both businesses and their workers discovered the benefits of remote work.

We are now discovering new places to live and new places to work, and we are finding that those places can share the same space. Technological developments have created paradigm shifts across society and industry, and we have become dramatically freed from the geographic confines of congested urban life.

I am excited to support this revolutionary return to our natural roots and I invite you to join us as our communities grow through ecologically-integrated, digitally-connected and regionally-distributed ways.

Joshua A. Haarbrink, Founder