Keeping America’s Dream Affordable

THA Mission:
To promote and protect the manufactured housing industry in Tennessee!

Your legislative, regulatory, and educational voice for the factory built industry in Tennessee.


Proud Member of the




Next Board of Director’s Meeting:
 Sunday, June 2, 2019
Dollywood DreamMore Resort
Pigeon Forge, TN

 


 

Installer/Retailer
Click:  2019 Class Schedule
You must be registered in advance of the class.  No walk-ins.

 

Tennessee Housing Association
P. O. Box 569
Mount Juliet, TN 37121
Ship to:
1002 Meb Court
, Suite B
Mount Juliet, TN 37122
615/256-4733, ofc
615/255-8869, fax


HUD Proposes Change to the Formaldehyde Rule

 

HUD has published a ‘proposed’ rule in the Federal Register, which would adopt new formaldehyde standards for composite wood products used in the production of manufactured homes.  This proposed change would eliminate the health notice which is required to be displayed in every new home shipped from the manufacturer.

 

Anyone interested in commenting on this rule, may find more information HERE.  Comments are due by April 22, 2019.

 

 


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THA Annual Meeting – REGISTER NOW!
June 2 – 4, 2019
Won’t you join us?
Click this link for more information!

 

 


 

 

THA Heads Back To Washington!
for the MHI Summer Legislative Fly-In

Every year, MHI holds its Legislative Fly-In Program in Washington, DC, an intensive two-day program that provides participants with an inside look at the public policy process and where members visit Congressional offices to advocate for the industry. 

June 10 – 11, 2019,
The Liaison, Washington, D.C.


MHI Publishes Information to Help Manufactured Housing Retailers, Sellers,
and Community Owners Understand The Impact of Recent Changes
to the Dodd-Frank Act
on their Businesses

 

 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) paper regarding compliance with Section 107 of the “Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act” (Pub. L. 115-174 § 107).  Entitled “Dodd-Frank Act Changes Provide Relief for Manufactured Housing Retailers and Community Owners,” the paper addresses common questions that members have shared concerning the implementation of this law, which amended the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), by adding an exception to the definition of mortgage originator which excludes manufactured home retailers, sellers.

See the Summary HERE.