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It's been a long year and a half, to say the least. This year we are opting to get together in person for our annual meeting.
Looking ahead it will be nice to discuss the state of our industry. Sales are through the roof but products and materials are scarce. What changes can we expect in the near future?
Attorney Adam Bond will be sharing his insight on a winning case that has impacted the process of community acquisitions.
HUD & SEBA will be joining us for an update on the new administration's changes that are affecting manufactured housing. Angelo Wallace & Michael Henretty's vast and extensive knowledge is a treasure, we are so lucky to have them join us.
Chateau Restaurant (the old Ann's Place) in Norton will be perfect. The Chateau is only a couple of minutes off of route 495, the same exit as the Taunton Holiday Inn. There will be plenty of room to socially distance and still feel united in this cozy setting overlooking Winnecunnet Pond.
Here is quick access to the HUD forms that must be filed on new construction homes.
Did you know that once a HUD home passes on as a resale to a second owner that the home is no longer governed by HUD?
Wyman Residential, LLC invited & hosted an Ice Cream Truck event into it's communities, High Pond Estates & Stone Meadow in Bridgewater. E's Ice Cream Truck offered a sweet treat for all residents and it was amazing.
Pine Hill Estates in Raynham, passed out Lillie's to all resident's of their community during the Easter/Passover holiday.
Stone Meadow & High Pond Estates in Bridgewater handed out over 650 dinners to their community residents with the help of the resident's associations. Market Basket made the turkey dinners with all the fixings and cookies for dessert, they were so easy to work with. The response was an overwhelming success.
In West Bridgewater,
Skyview Village Residents celebrated Veteran's with a community parade.
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Wareham communities, Garden Homes & Mogan's MHP, Great Hill Estates contributed to a $3,000 Scholarship fund which was presented to one lucky recipient.
The Massachusetts Manufactured Housing Association, Inc. (MMHA) is a statewide not-for-profit organization established in 1996 representing manufactured housing community owners/operators, manufacturers, insurers, financiers, and suppliers throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
MMHA is committed to promoting the general welfare and growth of the manufactured housing industry in Massachusetts while seeking to educate public officials, consumers, and industry professionals.
The HUD Installation Program took effect 5.5 years ago on May 1st, 2016. MA did not have an installation program in place so MA became a default state and HUD implemented minimum standards and a certification program. All manufactured home installers must be certified.
Click on the link below to view HUD's resources.
We are a Massachusetts local industry association representing all sectors of the manufactured housing industry. Membership is open to community owners (both private and resident-owned) and associates members providing product or service to the industry.
MMHA offers the chance to connect with others in your industry. You can learn from others, network and create alliances or partnerships. From Annual Meetings, Educational Seminars, Social Events, and others, all serve as a great opportunity to learn, ask questions, expand the reach of your business. The most successful entrepreneurs are not afraid to network with competitors and other like-minded industry professionals in an effort to expand profitability and efficiency. At MMHA, we offer a bridge to communicate in a collaborative environment.
MMHA offers a variety of educational opportunities from certifications to business training. Educational resources alone can easily pay for your membership.
One of the most overlooked benefits of an association is advocacy. As a member, you have an organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the needs of your industry, as the fortunes of your industry rise, so do your business opportunity. Having a dedicated team to lobby and advocate on your behalf is powerful. Association membership is a lot less expensive than trying to hire a lobbyist yourself.
Join Today, become an active member of the betterment of the Massachusetts Manufactured Housing Industry. It makes good business sense and helps promote the industry’s position as a provider of quality and affordable housing throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Joining MMHA is an investment in your own business. Benjamin Franklin once stated that an investment in knowledge pays the best interest. $300 Annually (includes first 30 sites, $8 per additional site)
MMHA Members prefer to do business with manufacturers, suppliers and service companies who share their commitment to the industry. The association offers several opportunities to increase your involvement in the industry and reach key decision makers. $500 Annually
We would love to have you as a member click below to apply.
Chateau Norton, MA
Chateau Norton, MA
Worchester Senior Center
Worchester Senior Center
MMHA BOD Zoom Meeting
This year we are going virtual with an Open Forum type Q&A meeting. Featuring the association President, Jeffrey W Hallahan, II, and the new...
Jeff is the owner and operator of 3 communities MA, family owned since day 1. Jeff is also the Vice-Chair on the Manufactured Housing Commission.
Art has served as Pres. and is a founding member of this association. He has over 30 years of industry experience developing, owning & operating two 55+ Communities.
Jo has been in property management for over 12 years in Florida & MA. She is extremely involved in her communities community where she volunteers in many organizations. She is employed with one of the largest property management firms in MA.
A dedicated board member for many years before becoming the board secretary. June is an expert real estate broker in the manufactured housing industry and owner of Johnson Bayside Real Estate, Ltd.
Justin has been involved in his community since forever working alongside his Grandfather. He now manages the property with his father. Justin has served the board for 3 years.
Debra is a second-generation owner/operator/developer of a 55+ manufactured home community. She has been a supporter of manufactured housing for more than 40 years and is also owner/broker of Debra Johnson Realty Group, LLC, a residential brokerage firm.
Adam is and has been involved in his family's business his entire life. They own 5 communities with 2 in MA. Adam has served on the board for many years.
With 25 + years of experience in the financial market Sean is our go to finance expert for chattel mortgages. He has served the board 2013.
Long term director, previously appointed Pres. & VP,. Don's expertise is in the insurance portion of this industry. Don is VP of HUB International NE, LLC
A board member now for 5 years, Joe delivers the manufacturing expertise to our association. Joe has been with Champion/Titan Homes for 17 many years.
His family has been in the business for generations, 5 decades. The portfolio includes five communities that have gone through extensive improvements over the past few years. Justin has served the board for 2 years.
I am excited and humbled to serve as executive director of the MMHA. I have been a property manager for 25 years in both family and 55+ communities. My responsibilities have included all aspects of property management including but not limited to development, maintenance, acquisitions, finances, and evictions.
I was a member of the association prior to joining the board in 2003 then becoming treasurer 2008-2019.
I was appointed in 2016 and currently serve on the City of Taunton, Manufactured Home Park Eviction & Discontinuance Review Board.
I look forward to promoting how valuable an industry this is.
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