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Life is a journey, and an adventure

Gary Faucher
Posted By Gary Faucher

I always figured that ROC-NH would be my last stop before retirement. But life doesn’t always go as we plan.

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Community Leadership: Skill-building that works

Kelli Cicirelli
Posted By Kelli Cicirelli

Graduates of ROC-NH's Community Leadership training say they feel more skilled and confident.

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Every ROC contains resources galore -- and more

Gary Faucher
Posted By Gary Faucher

Every resident-owned community contains a wealth of talent, skill and knowledge that can be tapped to make it a better place to live.

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Bootcamp is for EVERYONE

Gary Faucher
Posted By Gary Faucher

The ROC Boot Camp for is all manufactured-home co-op members. Host one at your community or help us organize a regional training.

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Plan before you plant that community garden

Tara Reardon
Posted By Tara Reardon

With a little research and planning, community gardens in resident-owned communities can produce a bounty of vegetables.

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Manufactured-home buyers find few financing options

Jennifer Hopkins
Posted By Jennifer Hopkins

Cathy Bailey financed her "perfect home" with credit cards before she discovered Welcome Home Loans, refinanced, and saved $287 a month.

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Help is on the way for ROCs with vacant home sites

Michelle Supry
Posted By Michelle Supry

The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund is offering revolving lines of credit to help resident-owned communities in New Hampshire fill their vacant lots.

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To flush, or not to flush?

ROC-NH staff
Posted By ROC-NH staff

A workshop about management of wastewater systems stressed the importance of keeping non-dispersible items out of the toilet.

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Community Leadership graduating class is largest yet

Gary Faucher
Posted By Gary Faucher

Twenty-two leaders, representing 14 resident-owned communities, comprise ROC-NH's 2015-16 Community Leadership graduating class.

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Secure, stable, affordable and great places to live

Tara Reardon
Posted By Tara Reardon

An affordable-housing movement born in New Hampshire in 1984 is starting to crack the public's consciousness.

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Transforming lives, transforming communities

Success stories

Owner of manufactured home park was determined to sell it to residents

Stony Brook Estates' 2014 conversion to resident ownership kept homes affordable for its retirees.
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Business education helps farmer up the learning curve

"Lean" describes more than the meat at Brookford Farm, where Luke Mahoney has embraced progressive business practices.
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A Welcome Home Loan made it their turn, again

After declaring bankruptcy and losing their previous house to foreclosure, Wanita and Kevin Ordway wondered if they'd ever again own a home.
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There's no place like her hometown for retiree

An affordable apartment in her hometown means Rita Landry can live independently and comfortably.
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Timely loan helped Great Bay Kids' Company build and expand

Forced to find a new home for its child care/early education center, Great Bay Kids' Company built a new school which would accommodate babies and...
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