Ownership Matters is a podcast for homeowners in Resident Owned Communities featuring conversations with people who live in, work with, and advocate for ROCs.
ROC USA President Paul Bradley has been given one of the highest honors in the cooperative sector in being selected for induction into the Cooperative Hall of Fame.
A decade into ROC USA’s work, we take a look back at the growth of the resident ownership movement from the pioneering work of the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund to 220 resident-owned communities in 15 states and create a plan for what’s to come.
The team at the 99% Invisible podcast took a deep dive into the history of manufactured homes and communities.
Liz Wood was thrilled with her new home in Duvall, Wash. It had everything she wanted in a great town at a comfortable price. She never expected her friend’s scorn simply because it was a mobile home.
Prominent media outlets are increasingly covering private equity’s growing role in the manufactured home community sector, and resident ownership is routinely held up as a solution.
This year’s training was bigger and better, allowing attendees to enhance their existing skills and gain new ones to benefit their ROCs.
The international business and economic news-focused newspaper reports on resident ownership in detailed article featuring Oregon’s Clackamas River Community Cooperative.
From economic security to stigma around housing choice, this 10-year anniversary video tells the story of ROC USA mainly through the lens of co-op leaders from four ROCs.
Park owner replaced aging infrastructure and offered homeowners the chance to buy their neighborhood, preserving a rare pocket of affordable living in Shelburne, Vt.