About MHCAManufactured Housing Communities of Arizona (MHCA) is a non-profit trade association created in 1947 to protect and promote the interests of manufactured housing community owners.
MHCA does this in many different ways, including tackling legislative and legal issues, educating community owners and managers, and working to improve Arizona’s manufactured housing communities.
Through numerous publications and educational opportunities, MHCA offers owners and managers the resources they need to successfully operate their communities. MHCA is governed by a volunteer Board of community owners who are annually elected by the membership. The Board meets throughout the year to determine MHCA’s position and actions on numerous issues.
MHCA has focused on many issues throughout the years, including rent control, COVID-19, zoning, the state's Mobile Home Relocation Fund, education of community managers and owners, cable TV wires not being buried when connected in communities, assistive animals and much more.
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What Does The New CFPB Advisory Opinions on FCRA Requirements for Background Screening Mean For Park Owners And Managers?
Regina Kaupanger and Mike Stout from National Tenant Network (NTN) explain the newest developments in rental screening.
Since flooding issues seem to be on the rise throughout the state, Attorney John Buric is here to educate parks on how to address such situations.
The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) recently started providing customers the ability to Live Chat with an MVD expert directly on the azdot.gov website to offer quick access to answers and services.