FAQ page on new marketing site saves co-op’s Board extra work

Screenshot of the Dexter Oaks Cooperative marketing website homepage
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Dexter Oaks Cooperative, a 39-home resident owned community in Dexter, Ore., is the latest ROC to launch its marketing website.

Diana Murray, secretary of the democratically elected Board of Directors, said she and the rest of the Board are thrilled with the site. One of the most useful pieces of the site is the Frequently Asked Questions page, which covers many of the inquiries the Board gets, she said.

“The Board really appreciates having that,” Murray said.

With three empty lots available to be filled, Murray said that potential residents to the site will be able to find to answers to questions about the community and becoming a Member right away. Those curious about the neighborhood are able to look at pictures and take a virtual tour as well.

Dexter Oaks residents purchased their neighborhood in 2015.

The community opened in 2003 and is located just under half an hour from Eugene and Springfield. Two outdoor amenities — Dexter State Recreation Site and Dexter Reservoir — are just a mile away from the ROC, where visitors can hike, boat or picnic.

ROC USA® has built more than 50 marketing websites for ROCs all across the country. The sites serve as a thorough online real estate brochure designed to attract new Members to either homes for sale. 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 contact_us@rocusa.org.