Rental Owners Associated of Douglas County (ROADC) is volunteers that are dedicated to training and educating landlords, on-site managers, professional property management companies and businesses related to owning and operating income properties.

We are here to help you with:

  • Monthly educational meetings with guest speakers and open discussion groups.
  • Monthly newsletter with helpful hints an articles to keep you current.
  • Continuing Education credit programs.
  • Specifically designed legal forms to manage your rentals.
  • Law book and forms manual.
  • Discounted credit reports.

    So you own one or more rentals… You are one in thousands in Oregon labeled a Rental Owner. Owning and managing rental property isn’t a hobby, it’s a business. As in any profession, your probability of success is directly related to the amount of ongoing current education and training in which you choose to become involved, and that is what we are all about.

  • Have you ever suffered from delinquent rents, damages to your property or had to perform nerve-racking evictions?
  • Have you ever felt that you’re alone with your rental problems and nowhere to turn?
  • Have you felt that the legislation could better support the Rental Housing Industry?

    You are welcome to attend two general meetings before making the decision to join the association. Our meeting are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month, September through May. We include a problem solving session for answering your questions. We invite guest speakers each month that present information relevant to the ownership and management of rental properties. Most topics pertain to the Landlord/Tenant relationship.

    If you have questions regarding a Landlord/Tenant issue or want additional information regarding membership, give us a call (541) 673-8015 or drop us a note at roadc2001@yahoo.com.

    Our purpose is to maintain a professional ethics code as landlords by keeping abreast of changes in the laws and regulations which affect the rental housing industry. We accomplish these goals through education and interaction with each other.

    One owner alone has virtually no power, but many owners/managers joining together and working with their Senators and Representatives and the Oregon Rental Housing Association legislative director and lobbyists can, and do, make a difference. We provide that chance for unity.