MHI’s 2022 Homes on the Hill Impresses Policymakers
MHI’s 2022 Homes on the Hill concluded in June, and the three HUD Code homes showcased on the National Mall are headed to manufactured housing land-lease communities where three families will achieve the American Dream of homeownership. MHI and its members once again successfully showed policymakers and the general public what quality, attainable housing really looks like.
MHI is the federal policy voice for all segments of the factory-built housing industry in Washington, D.C., serving as the industry’s advocate on federal and legislative matters. MHI exists to ensure the manufactured housing industry speaks as a unified voice in Washington.
Legislative and Regulatory Priorities
Officials in Washington make critical decisions every day that impact the manufactured housing industry. By engaging with federal agencies and Congress, MHI works to ensure policies are reasonable, cost effective, and do not pose burdens on consumers or stifle innovation.
MHI Action Center
Join our campaign to promote the importance of manufactured housing to federal policymakers. Constituents like you can bolster MHI’s lobbying efforts and play an active role in shaping policies. The Action Center makes communicating with your Representative and Senators easy.
MHI-PAC raises money to help elect and re-elect candidates to Congress who support the manufactured housing industry. Personal, voluntary contributions from eligible MHI members are pooled to provide a greater impact.
MHI’s federal resources page provides members with the information about the 118th Congress.