Takesa Village Homeowners Cooperative, a 216-home resident-owned community in Mead, Wash., debuted its marketing website this week.
Takesa Village, which opened in 1969 and became a ROC in 2016, is just 20 minutes north of Spokane and endless outdoor adventures.
The board works with Sam Green of ROC Northwest, a program of Northwest Cooperative Development Center and the ROC-USA Certified Technical Assistance Provider in Washington.
Board President Tina McKinstry said that the website will be a benefit for residents looking to come into the community and showcase what they have to offer.
The site features the community’s back story, application info, frequently asked questions for interested homeowners and a virtual tour.
ROC USA® has built 50 marketing websites for ROCS all across the country. The site serves as a thorough real estate brochure designed to attract new members to either homes for sale of vacant sites. The service is part of the ROC Marketing Program and is free to ROCs that formed since ROC USA’s launch in 2008. Older ROCs can contract for a similar site for a fee. To learn more, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.