MHI (The Manufactured Housing Institute
About the MHI National Communities Council
The Manufactured Housing Institute’s National Communities Council was formed in 1996 to provide owners and managers of manufactured home communities a forum for establishing policies and programs to enhance manufactured home communities nationwide. The NCC accomplishes its mission through education, promotion of professional management practices, market-based initiatives and sound regulatory and legislative reform.
The NCC is a leader—-it impacts the legislative and regulatory issues of importance to manufactured home communities. Since its inception the NCC has left its mark on a number of important community issues, including the Housing for Older Persons Act (HOPA); occupancy standards; satellite dish and antenna regulations; EPA water monitoring and reporting requirements; bankruptcy reform; mailbox regulations; electric utility restructuring; and private property rights.
The NCC serves as a clearinghouse for information of interest to manufactured home community owners, managers and service providers. This information is provided through a weekly electronic update called Just the Facts and a quarterly e-newsletter called Community Connections.