MMHA is a MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATION of owner/operators of HUD code factory built homes in communities and pre-76 mobile home parks. Our association represents associate members who are tied in to communities through their work and some resident-owned/operated manufactured/mobile home communities.
Massachusetts Manufactured Housing Association (MMHA) has been a strong voice on legislative issues and overall leadership since 1995. Our mission is to help facilitate the growth and advancement of the manufactured housing industry (HUD code homes and pre-HUD mobile home communities) while promoting the highest professional standards.
Potential Buyers: CHECK OUT Factory Built HUD CODE Manufactured Home Designs (Links at the bottom of the page)
The AG’s Guide to MH Community Law
Current and Potential Residents: For MH Communities Residents and Owner Operators the Attorney General’s Guidelines is a key document, it helps you understand the Rules and Regulations governing manufactured home communities. To receive a copy call the AG’s office at 617-963-2460.
We are pleased that you are interested in knowing more about our proactive organization and land-leased manufactured communities of HUD Code and mobile homes in the Commonwealth. If you are in the industry and want to know how (a tax deductible) association membership can assist you in your business Revised Membership Application MMHA.
- Manufacturers (links to websites below)
- Titan Homes/Champion Home Builders
- Virginia Homes
- Redman Homes
- Colony Factory Homes
- Champion Home Builders of PA
- Insurers (Associate Membership)
- Financial Services (Associate Membership)
- MH Cooperatives (first year special membership rate)
- A wide range of suppliers to MH communities…waste management, insurance, legal, installers ANYONE who does business in a manufactured home community in the Commonwealth is invited to become a member.
Visit some of our Manufacturers to see what the HUD-code factory built single and mulit-section homes look like today!
Our goal is to promote the general welfare and growth of the industry while seeking to educate public officials, consumers and industry professionals.
Comments, problems and/or suggestions for this website may be made by emailing MMHA.