A special gift to mark an exciting new chapter

CONCORD, N.H. – As she readies to retire from her role as ROC Association Director, Natividad Seefeld is excited to apply what she’s learned to what she’ll do next.  As a thank you, Seefeld, who also serves as … More »

New sign lifts community spirit

GLADSTONE, Ore. – A new sign has inspired a renewed pride in ownership in Two Rivers Homeowners Cooperative.  The sign was placed at the entrance of the community in November after the ROC was awarded a $1,200 Re-Branding … More »

Resident-ownership highlighted at I’M Home Conferece

PORTLAND, Ore. – With nearly 300 people in attendance, this year’s annual conference to celebrate the innovations and successes in the manufactured housing sector was the biggest yet. For the last 15 years, I’M HOME has been hosted … More »

Washington ROC Celebrates Year of Success

MEAD, Wash. – Takesa Village Homeowners Cooperative residents are proud of what they’ve achieved in the last year and took a moment to celebrate with the packed room at their recent annual meeting. Board President Tina McKinstry said … More »

New signage helps with new image

ROCK TAVERN, N.Y. – New signs officially mark a new chapter in the BT, Inc. story.  In all,the resident-owned community purchased three new signs using the one-time Re-Branding Grant awarded to them by the ROC Association: two for … More »

NY ROC excited about infill innovations

ALDEN, NY — When traditional infill methods didn’t produce the results they wanted, residents of Marilla Country Village decided to get creative.  With 11 vacant sites to fill, the ROC will be purchasing homes themselves to place on … More »

TA Providers ready to empower homeowners after CTAP 101

CONCORD, NH — The largest group yet successfully completed the latest CTAP 101 training, and are now ready to empower ROC Members and coach them through the resident-ownership process. Twelve took part in the training: Shana Siegel, Jacqueline … More »