Jeanee Wright, our Housing Program Specialist in CDI’s NEROC Program, shares how empowering affordable housing residents enables them to meet their needs—and what more we can do to support them.
“We all agreed that we ate like kings and queens, learned some valuable skills, and came home with a lot of great information,” says participant Bill Hodgkins, a board member who lives at Wardtown Cooperative.
Affordable housing is much easier to achieve when tenants—and not outside investors—own their land. Our New England Resident-Owned Communities (NEROC) program offers financial security and peace of mind to owners of manufactured homes who live in rental communities. NEROC secures
Triangle Court, a mobile home park at the foothills of the Green Mountain National Forest in Brandon, VT, is under new ownership. With help from CDI, the park residents have united to purchase the park, and it is now a resident
Homeowners in the 247-home Oak Hill Mobile Home Park took a big step toward securing their financial futures when they collectively bought their neighborhood as a resident corporation this week. The Oak Hill Taunton Residents Association Inc. Board of Directors
Residents of Rustic Pines Estates, an age-restricted over-55 manufactured home community located off of Plain Street in North Attleboro, have taken a giant leap forward in securing their own destiny by purchasing their park to own and run it themselves.
The residents of Sunset Terrace Mobile Home Park in Rockland and residents of Sunset Acres Mobile Home Park in Thomaston recently secured funding support from the Genesis Community Loan Fund in Brunswick, Camden National Bank in Camden, and Maine State
As we continue to grow the New England Resident Owned Communities Program, we are looking for one new team member to join us in southeast Massachusetts at full-time. Please see the summary job description below, and the full description: Position Housing
CDI recently helped more than 100 community members in Burlington who were at risk of losing their homes earlier this fall find an innovative way to keep them. Vermont Public Radio caught up with residents to discuss how they formed
Each night for the last year, homeowners at Farrington’s Mobile Home Park went to bed knowing that having a future in their homes wasn’t a guarantee. The 117 lot community was put on the market for $5 million when its