Mobile Home Owners Association of Illinois
Terry Nelson, President
Norbert Snow, Secretary
To View HB 4123
HB 4123 in
box on left hand side of page.
(Landlord Notice Requirements) passed the House Chamber with
91 yeas and 11 nays. Representative Martin
Moylan was the Chief Sponsor (Dist-55) and we were able to obtain the support of
40 additional State Representatives that also signed onto
HB 4123 now
starts the process in the Senate Chamber with Senator Dan Kotowski (Dist. 28)
picking up the bill and signing on as Chief Sponsor.
Who Are We?
MHOAI Letter of Introduction
to learn more about us.
MHOAI is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt,
volunteers, who are manufactured homeowners that reside in
manufactured home communities located in Illinois. Our volunteers
and board members live in manufactured communities and know
firsthand the issues that come when your home and built up assists
sits on another person’s land. Our organization is geared towards
representing Illinois manufactured homeowners when issues arise that
impact whole communities. Issues come in many forms that can arise
via a landlord, local or state government.
MHOAI's objectives include:
Protect the rights, privileges, and interests of the home owners in our communities.
Promote residents' well-being, health, safety, and general welfare.
Educate and advise mobile/manufactured home owners of their rights.
Serve as a channel and source of information for mobile/manufactured home owners.
Work for legislative enhancements and other laws to protect mobile/manufactured home owners.
Goals that include involvement in: Fair Housing, Community Foreclosures and Lending Practices,
Affordable Housing Advocacy, and Community Education and
Quarterly newsletters that keep homeowners informed about
local and state issues - information that is not available in other
publications or from other sources. A publication that is written by
manufactured homeowners for manufactured homeowners.
When needed, regional, state and community alerts with
updates that you and your neighbors need to know that affect your backdoor.
A loud and active voice in Springfield and at City Hall.
Helping homeowners form a Homeowner’s Association with
benefits that include: (1) A collective voice for homeowners in your
community when issues arrive that affects your backdoor. (2) Security
knowing that your community is part of a larger group of homeowner
associations’ state wide. (3) MHOAI membership shows other entities that you
are organized and when needed recognized.
you are a manufactured homeowner and would like to start receiving our MHOAI
on the Move publication, for $15 a year per household, you can join in our
shared goals and keep updated on MHOAI’s on-going
efforts. You do not need to
live in a manufactured home community, we have membership that includes adult
children of homeowners and others who want to keep updated and/or show support
in our efforts that allow a “fair and balanced” agenda when a home and built
up assets sits on another person’s land.
Do you need an affordable gift idea? Why not
buy your friend or neighbor a subscription to our publication. Just fill out
our form with information of receiver and send in your information.
If you would like to become more involved as a MHOAI Board Director or help
with one of our committees that include: Fundraising Committee, MHO Day
Committee, Membership and Legislative Committee,
contact one of our MHOAI Board Directors
to join MHOAI today. As a volunteer 501(c)3 organization we truly appreciate
donations that will allow MHOAI to continue moving forward and helping the
many families with low to moderate
and the many seniors on fixed
Illinois has approximately 1,500 manufactured home communities which house
over 100,000 Illinois residents.
December 1, 1998
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