HUD Manufactured Home Installation Program Brochure Available for Municipal Download

On May 1, 2016, enforcement of  the Manufactured Home Installation Program by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) began throughout Vermont. The purpose of the Manufactured Home Installation Program is to implement regulations 24 CFR 3285 and 24 CFR Part 3286 to ensure that states have in place a minimum installation standard and an operating installation program.

All new mobile homes must be inspected. If a municipality issues a certificate of occupancy, it must be in conjunction with installation of the home by a licensed installer under this program. The HUD Installation Program includes, but is not limited to, requirements for installer training and licensing, 100% inspection of new manufactured homes by qualified inspectors, and information reporting by retailers.

In Vermont, the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers the Manufactured Home Installation Program. HUD will ensure that Vermont’s installation trainers are registered with HUD, and that persons planning to install homes in HUD-administered states are licensed by HUD.

Information for manufactured homeowners has been compiled in a brochure that municipalities can print for distribution to manufactured homeowners. Brochures can also be customized for towns upon request. The brochures are available for download below in both color and black/white.

For more information or to request a customized brochure, contact Marian Wolz, wolz@cvregion.com.

HUD Manufactured Home Installation Program Brochure – Generic Color

HUD Manufactured Home Installation Program Brochure – Generic B&W

 

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