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The 1441 Manufactured-Home Residents Association has been working hard to increase awareness of the vulnerability of residents in mobilehome parks. We have participated in other associations, especially the statewide organization, Coalition of Mobilehome Owners (COMOCAL.org), and our local organization, the Rowland Heights Community Coordinating Council (Rowland-Heights.org).
Working to Preserve Affordable Housing: We are here to establish a presence for over 700,000 Residents/Voters of California Manufactured Home Communities; to stay informed of the issues facing our style of living; to gain the knowledge and experience needed to educate ourselves and our state legislators.
As an umbrella organization for more than 275 affiliated groups, CARA serves a combined membership of over 950,000 Californians. Its broad-based coalition includes senior centers, tenant associations, retired public employee organizations, trade union retirees, and a variety of other agencies and associations.
Protecting the rights of mobile/manufactured homeowners. COMO-CAL is a state-wide 501(c)3 non-profit advocate for mobile/manufactured homeowners living in California.
As an umbrella organization for more than a hundred affiliated groups, CCS serves a combined membership of several hundred thousand Californians. Its broad based coalition includes trade union retirees, retired federal/state public employee organizations, senior centers, tenant and homeowner associations, other senior advocacy groups, church groups, and a variety of other agencies and associations. The Congress of California Seniors is a vital "grassroots" organization.
We are senior citizens, disabled Veterans, and low income families who have found a way to provide ourselves with a small piece of the American Dream by owning our own homes. Ours happen to be Mobile and Manufactured homes, located in El Dorado County’s mobile home parks.
Golden State Manufactured-Home Owners League (GSMOL) is a statewide volunteer organization dedicated to protecting and promoting the health, safety, welfare, rights, and investment of members throughout California. Our mission is accomplished primarily by legislative advocacy at national, state, and local levels, by judicious use of legal funds to protect homeowners, and by education of members so that they can help themselves solve local problems.
Mobile home owners have unique interests and concerns often misunderstood and even ignored by local government. The residents of Mountain View’s six mobile home parks are joining forces to change that, to make sure we have a voice at City Hall, and to protect the equity in our homes.
The mission of the National Manufactured Home Owners Association (NMHOA) is to promote, represent, preserve, and enhance the rights and interests of manufactured home-owners throughout the United States.
OMHA’s Board of Directors has continued to show leadership throughout the years, allowing the Alliance to partner with mobile/manufactured home communities, and the City of Oceanside, in order to keep our Rent Control Ordinance strong.
Rancho San Luis Rey Mobile Home Park is a 55 and older mobile home park community located at 200 North El Camino Real in Oceanside, California 92058.
San Marcos Mobilehome Residents Association (SMMRA) promotes, represents, preserves, protects and enhances manufactured/mobilehome-owner’s way of life throughout the jurisdiction of San Marcos, California.
Serving the City of Santee Mobilehome Residents. SMOAC’s mission is to assist mobile home park residents in their efforts to develop collaborative relationships with mobile home park owners/managers in agreeably resolving any issues not in compliance with the State of California laws governing such matters.
With Education, Communication and Integrity we want you to know… we’re working on your behalf! Our increased unity at local and state levels has attracted the support of powerful allies such as AARP, NAACP, Council on Aging and CA Association of Cities.
The South Bay Mobilehome Resident’s Alliance (SBMRA) is a community advocacy group for mobilehome owners based in the South Bay of California. The mission of the South Bay Mobilehome Resident’s Alliance (SBMRA) is to serve as a vehicle to promote mobile home owners interests.
An Alliance of Mobile Home Owners in Sunnyvale, California Mobile Home Parks to protect home owner rights, to address homeowner concerns, and to provide information and resources to achieve these ends.
Tenants Together is a nonprofit organization dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of California tenants to safe, decent and affordable housing. Tenants Together works to improve the lives of California’s tenants through education, organizing and advocacy.
Official website of The Sacramento Area Coalition of Mobilehomeowner Associations, Inc.
The Arizona Association of Manufactured Homes and RV Owners is a statewide non-profit organization representing Manufactured/Mobile Home, Park Model, and RV Owners at all levels of government – City, State and Federal.
MHOAI is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, state-wide organization of volunteers, who are manufactured homeowners that reside in manufactured home communities located in Illinois.
All Parks Alliance for Change is the statewide organization for Minnesota’s 180,000 manufactured home park residents. APAC provides a vehicle for manufactured home owners to express their needs and concerns in their parks and in the larger community.
If you are 1 of the 89,500 people in Oregon who owns a manufactured or mobile home and rent the space it is on, “we are your neighbors.”
MHOA was established in 1966 and has been responsible for providing services and information along with legislative actions ever since. Our specialty is in the area of providing services to the mobile/manufactured housing community residents of Washington State.
Provides leadership, policies and programs to preserve and expand safe and affordable housing opportunities and promote strong communities for all Californians.
The Mobilehome Ombudsman receives and processes complaints from the public and from public officials related to living in manufactured homes and mobilehomes. Staff provides information, coordination, referrals, and other assistance to help resolve complaints.
Except as otherwise provided in sections 18300, 18303, and 18304, Health and Safety Code, the provisions of this chapter shall apply to the construction, use, maintenance, and occupancy of mobilehome parks, mobilehome and special occupancy lots, permanent buildings, accessory buildings or structures, and building components wherever located, both within and outside of mobilehome parks, in all parts of the state.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Manufactured Homes in California. For example; Q: Are manufactured homes the same as mobilehomes? A: Although they may generally have the same meaning, for California property taxation purposes, the term mobilehome is now obsolete and was changed to manufactured home in Revenue and Taxation Code section 5801 in January 1992. However, the term mobilehome park remains a correct term for a community of manufactured homes.
PMC Financial Services has been helping mobile home park residents buy their communities for almost 20 years. We have completed projects in California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Minnesota and New Hampshire.
David Loop is a Real Estate Attorney and past Homeowners Association President at resident-owned Aptos Knoll Park, near Santa Cruz, California.
GSMOL is a nonprofit advocacy organization, dedicated to protecting the rights and quality of life of manufactured home owners. GSMOL educates homeowners on their rights, helps to solve problems for MH communities throughout California, and supports legislative efforts for the benefit of MH owners.
The MHPHOA are currently developing a database of Resident Owned Communities (ROC) aka Resident Owned Parks (ROP) in the State of California.
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An inventory of mobile home park locations and the number of mobile homes within those parks is essential for emergency preparedness and evacuation.
Use the criteria fields in this interface to find information about California Mobile Home Parks and RV Parks in a specific region. If you want to return a listing of ALL the mobile home and RV parks in the HCD database, leave all criteria fields blank and simply click the search button.
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New and used mobile homes for sale and rent. Dealers, retailers, and for sale by owner. Largest park and community database. Mobile home loans, financing, insurance and appraisals.
Residents in rental parks are often vulnerable to unscrupulous park owners. They need more. They need honest, accurate information and they need to know they are not alone, and someone cares about them. MH Life is a source of important information to assist residents in protecting their lifestyle and investment.
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development – This system provides complete documentation of the development of the FY 2020 Fair Market Rents (FMRs) for any area of the country selected by the user.
Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health – KidsData.org allows users to easily find, customize, and use data on more than 500 measures of child health and well being. Data are available for every county, city, school district, and legislative district in California.
Thu, Jul 2, 2020 –
The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is pleased to announce the Mobilehome Assistance Center is now accepting complaints from mobilehome / manufactured homeowners for issues within mobilehome parks related to Mobilehome Residency Law violations.
Any mobilehome / manufactured homeowner who lives in a mobilehome park.
Any complaints for issues within mobilehome parks related to Mobilehome Residency Law violations (California Civil Code).
Common violations include illegal grounds for eviction, failure to provide proper notice of rent increases, or no written rental agreement between the park and mobilehome owner.
Complaints must be submitted to HCD. HCD provides help to resolve and coordinate resolution of the most-severe alleged violations of the Mobilehome Residency Law. Visit the Submit a Complaint webpage for details.
Complaint Assistance: If you require help with your mobile home park complaint submission, contact your HOA representative or you can contact the MHPHOA and we'll direct you to a representative for assistance.