The ACM® program is a comprehensive study of manufactured home community management topics. This program covers a broad range of manufactured home community management topics to include: management and resident policies, community maintenance, leasing and sales techniques, marketing communities, taxes, insurance, financial management, business planning, physical asset management, federal laws and fair housing law. Community owners, managers and others in key management roles within a community may attend classes.
The in-person ACM® program consists of two courses, the first lasting three and one-half days and the second lasting two and one-half days. (This class is now offered online.)
This Professional Housing Consultant Designation Program is now available online. The PHC course is designed for employees of retail sales centers and land-lease communities that conduct onsite home sales.
The Manufactured Housing Institute recently commissioned an in-depth consumer research project about the demographics, perceptions, and preferences of manufactured homeowners and residents. MHI worked with Trifecta Research for the study, and the findings provide exciting insights into a variety of topics and market trends, including the characteristics and satisfaction of individuals who live in manufactured homes across the country. This extensive independent research study of manufactured housing residents reveals positive signs for future growth.