PRICE is a $500 million grant program specific to resident-owned communities like ours and nonprofit manufactured home communities to support critical infrastructure improvements and resident purchases. The U.S House Appropriations Committee voted to include the PRICE program in … More »
Although they’re often the most affordable type of housing, trailer homes are a precarious living situation because the owners don’t own the land and can find themselves displaced if an owner decides to sell or redevelop the property.
Looking out for their neighbors to keep the community running smoothly is at the heart of what these community leaders do. They have ideas for a Halloween party, or breakfast for residents on Saturday mornings – anything to … More »
Missoula city council’s housing committee has voted to approve contracts totaling $850,000 to allow Old Hellgate Village mobile home park to become a Resident-Owned Community, or ROC.
The Housing Stability Council of the state of Oregon’s Housing and Community Services approved $8.04 million of funding to the Harbor Village RV and Mobile Home Park for infrastructure repair and other costs at its August 5, 2022 … More »
LONGMONT, Colo. — Donde cabe uno, caben dos. The Spanish version of the saying, “If I eat, we all eat,” takes on a very real meaning at the LMP Longmont mobile home park. This is the kind of place … More »
When Shawn King got a letter in the mail Sept. 15, 2021, that the owners of the mobile home park she lived in was selling the land, she thought the chances of her rent remaining reasonable and remaining … More »
GOLDEN, Colo. — When Sarah Clement moved to the Golden Hills mobile home park two years ago, she felt like she had won the lottery. After years of squeezing into one-bedroom apartments with her, her 7-year-old son finally … More »
COLUMBIA FALLS, Mont. – Last October, 28-year-old Devynn Fetter came home to her single-wide trailer in Columbia Falls to find a pamphlet on her door that said the owners of the manufactured-home park were selling and they were … More »
DURANGO, COLO. – One sunny, cold morning last January, John Egan joined fellow mobile home park residents on a neighbor’s front porch. They needed to organize. But how?