This is a very complicated project to think through when you think about questions like land ownership in the context of both crowdfunding and crowdsourcing. Legally speaking, it will make the most sense if most of the land belonged to the commons, yet habitats can be purchased for some minimum amount. Hence if someone “crowdfunds” $100, they shouldn’t necessarily be expecting to have a habitat on this village, but they can perhaps have one weeks of stay in the village’s hotels. Based on the different amount a person contributed, they’d either have a hotel stay or a settlement. When someone vacates their settlement, they’d only be able to sell it for the same price plus costs incurred, hence there is no motivation to be a landlord. This returns land to the commons.
The first location should be decided before the crowdfund occurs, as based on citizenship, only certain participants will be allowed to live there.