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Mission Statement

MHET is a California non-profit association dedicated to promoting mobilehome parks and the manufactured housing community industry through, the education of its members, community leaders, manufactured home owners and the public about mobilehome parks and manufactured housing community issues. MHET acts as a resource to provide vision and protect property rights, and leads in the resolution of public policy issues affecting mobile home communities.

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The Orange County Assistance Program provides monthly rent subsidies to qualified mobile home owners living in mobilehome parks.

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California Mobile Home News

Our blog shares information of interest to people who live and work in mobile home park communities in California and anyone else who is interested in knowing more about mobile home living.

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Calendar of Events

2014 Breakfast Forums
4th Wednesday of the Month at 7:30 a.m.- 9:30 a.m.

Mark your calendar for upcoming Forums:

May 28, 2014

June 25, 2014

September 24, 2014

More information, please call at (949) 380-3303

New Location
Avenue of the Arts Wyndham
3350 Avenue of the Arts, Costa Mesa, CA

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Service and Industry Guide

MHET publishes a guide of industry experts who provide a wide rage of services to the mobile home and manufactured housing industry. MHET’s Service and Industry Guide includes law firms, management companies, engineers, and many other professionals.

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Interested in Managing a Mobile Home Park or Manufactured Housing Community?

MHET provides its members with resumes of people interested in managing mobile home parks communities. To submit a resume for consideration contact us.

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Breakfast Forum
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Government Mandating Senior Mobile Home Parks!
A Wave of the Future?

Have you had enough of government telling you what to do? First, it is the federal government telling you that if you want to be a senior mobile home park you have to provide “significant services and facilities”. Next it is the state telling park owners that if they want to subdivide their parks to sell fee lots to their mobile home owner residents, they have to ask the residents of the park first! Now cities have gotten on the bandwagon and are adopting zoning ordinances that restrict mobile home parks that have chosen to be senior communities from changing the housing market they target –mandating that they remain housing for seniors! This troubling trend is one that park owners need to be aware of and plan for. Currently, cities have no jurisdiction over what rules in a mobile home park. However, they can quickly get involved with the adoption of moratoriums and urgency ordinance. Senior park restrictions now? What next?

Program Schedule 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

More information, please call at (949) 380-3303 or download the Registration Form.

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