CONCORD, N.H. — Veteran writer April Myers has been hired as the communications associate at ROC USA®. Myers is a longtime full-time and freelance journalist for magazines and newspapers across the country, including National Geographic Kids, The Washington Post … More »
CONCORD, N.H. – Nine organizations have come together to create a financing vehicle that positions homeowners in Colorado manufactured home communities to successfully purchase their neighborhoods when they come up for sale. ROC USA® Capital and Thistle Community … More »
CONCORD, N.H. — ROC USA® is pleased to announce that Kelly Strauch has been hired as Salesforce administrator. She joins ROC USA with more than 10 years of experience as a Salesforce administrator and developer at both nonprofit and for-profit organizations. … More »
CONCORD, N.H. — ROC USA® is pleased to announce that Antoinette Merchant has been hired as ROC USA’s people operations manager. Merchant joins ROC USA following work as operations manager for a tech firm, building out its human resource … More »
LITTLE RIVER, Calif. – The Woods Cooperative Association has been busily making improvements since the homeowners purchased their community in December. A 120-home community for adults 55 and over, The Woods’ Board soon turned its focus to improving … More »
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.
EMIGRANT, Mont. – Homeowners in Golden Age Village are breathing easier this fall knowing that as new landowners, their future in this rural Montana community are considerably more stable and secure. “I feel really grateful that we can call … More »