Keeping America’s Dream Affordable
To promote and protect the manufactured housing industry in Tennessee!
Your legislative, regulatory, and educational voice for the factory built industry in Tennessee.
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Next Board of Director’s Meeting:
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Mount Juliet, TN
Click: 2018 Class Schedule
You must be registered in advance of the class. No walk-ins.
MHI announces a partnership with WeatherCall Services, LLC, to provide HazardCall for MHI Communities. (Please go to that link to watch a brief video to learn more.) This important, affordable service saves lives and gives property owners peace of mind.
HazardCall is different from anything else on the market because it calls your residents, as well as sending them texts and emails when dangerous and impactful weather is headed for their specific location. Your residents receive specific instructions on what to do, such as “seek the best shelter immediately.” Most notifications from weather apps go unnoticed, but HazardCall’s urgent phone calls are designed to disrupt the recipient so they will take immediate life-saving action…. CLICK HERE, for more information!
Tennessee Housing Association
P. O. Box 569
Mount Juliet, TN 37121
1002 Meb Court, Suite B
Mount Juliet, TN 37122
Yesterday, November 6th, Tennessee held its general election for state and federal offices. Following the general election, Tennessee Republicans held on to the super majority in both the State House of Representatives and the Senate. In the Senate, the breakdown remains the same. There are 28 Republicans and 5 Democrats. The House Democrats picked up one additional seat bringing the numbers to 73 Republicans and 26 Democrats.
Above you will find the general recap. Here, you will find a detailed breakdown of the election results by District #.
Don’t forget to register for the 2018 NCC Fall Leadership Forum, November 7-9 at the Westin Michigan Avenue in Chicago! Join us and over 375 manufactured housing community professionals for this strategic executive level event. This event minimizes your out of office time, while maximizing education and networking options.
EDUCATE – Hear from leading industry experts on challenges facing the business of manufactured housing communities. Education and topics will be filled with information on managing residents, trends for manufactured home communities and the state of the market.
NETWORK – Connect with manufactured housing professionals through a variety of receptions, meals and breaks. This will allow you ample time to mingle with attendees from across the country and make new business contacts. Our Thursday reception will take place at the 360 Chicago Observation Deck with unprecedented cityscape views of Chicago.
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
MHI released a high-level summary and 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), which was signed into law by President Trump on May 24, 2018. 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 that excludes manufactured home retailers, sellers, and their employees.
MHI’s paper summarizes the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s (Bureau) next steps as the agency prepares to implement the changes to the law. Specifically, it explains what is and is not permitted under the new law and answers questions that have been submitted to MHI since the law was signed. The paper also explains restrictions that might still apply under the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act and other state-specific laws that regulate many of the activities that are now permitted under TILA’s revised definition of mortgage originator.
The change to TILA’s definition of mortgage originator is the result of MHI’s successful advocacy efforts in Washington. MHI’s government affairs team worked closely with Congress and the Administration to secure inclusion and passage of this important provision to the “Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.” The grassroots outreach from MHI members and state executive directors – totaling more than 20,000 calls and emails – was an instrumental part of this advocacy effort to help members of Congress understand the importance of this provision to their constituents.
See the Summary HERE.