The National Communities Council is the only national
organization devoted to advancing the interests of manufactured home
community owners, managers, developers, lenders, brokers and
The NCC has three categories of membership:
Owner/Manager, Developer and Affiliate.
category of the NCC provides a forum for unified action on important
community issues. MHI provides a cohesive voice for community managers and
owners on issues such as fair housing; occupancy standards; tax and property
rights; and environmental issues. Additionally, NCC members benefit from
specially tailored accreditation courses designed by the Manufactured
Housing Educational Institute (MHEI) to raise professionalism in the field.
The Developer category of the NCC is for those companies that develop
land for manufactured housing subdivisions and communities. MHI provides
number of benefits to developers, including educational and networking
opportunities; technical assistance on planning and zoning; publications on
manufactured housing development; and access to MHI staff experts.
Additionally, membership in MHI affords developers the opportunity to
network directly with industry leaders, including manufactured housing
producers, lenders and suppliers.
The Affiliate category of
the NCC is for those individuals or companies whose primary business
supports the development, finance or operation of manufactured home
communities, but do not own or manage land-lease communities. Individuals or
companies joining MHI through the NCC Affiliate category would be voting
member of the NCC.
to request membership information
Questions about NCC membership can be directed to Jenny Hodge at
(703) 558-0666 or Cheryl Hardee at (703) 558-0668.