Mobile Home Owners Association of Illinois
Terry Nelson, President
Norbert Snow, Secretary
April 9th Annual
Manufactured Home Owners Day
It is time to put on comfortable shoes and mark your calendars for Wednesday, April
9. It is time to return to our state capitol in Springfield and attend the 14th annual Manufactured Home Owners Day. It is time to remind our 59 senators and 118 state representatives that we will not be the “forgotten neighborhoods”. With the unity of homeowners state-wide it will be our day to demand a focus and updated laws needed that will put the “fair” back into the fair housing practices needed to protect homeowners and families in our housing market. Feel
free to contact one of our MHOAI Directors with any questions.
For More Information Click
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.
Working with volunteers that walk you through, and
live in manufactured home communities.
If you are a manufactured homeowner or your organizations
would like to become a partner ally, for $15 a year 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.
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 and Legislative Committee contact one
of our MHOAI Board Directors (Click Here).
can contact our organization with any questions.
Click here to join MHOAI today! Thank you
for your support!!!
December 1, 1998
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