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Useful Websites
All Parks Alliance for Change (APAC)
Founded in 1980, APAC is a statewide association of manufactured home park residents that works to improve the quality of park neighborhoods through a philosophy of helping people help themselves.  The work of APAC helps maintain manufactured mobile home communities as a viable low-income housing option. 

I'M HOME -- Innovations in Manufactured Homes

The mission of Innovations in Manufactured Homes (I'M HOME) is to ensure that families who choose to purchase manufactured homes reap comparable benefits from the homeownership experience as do buyers of site-built homes

The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund Manufactured Housing Park Program
The Loan Fund offers loans, technical assistance and development expertise in existing and new manufactured housing parks. They do this through three programs:

  • The Cooperative Assistance Team (CAT) which helps residents buy and manage their parks as cooperatives to stabilize the costs and improve living conditions. (Click here for current list of cooperatives)
  • The Cooperative Home Loan Program (CHLP) which provides purchase, refinance and home equity loans on houses in eligible cooperative communities.
  • New Production designed to meet demand for new single family housing in the state.

Northcountry Cooperative Development Fund (NCDF)
NCDF is a cooperatively owned and operated financial intermediary which acts as a catalyst for the development and growth of cooperatives in Minnesota, including the conversion of existing manufactured home communities to cooperatives.

Section 502 Loans
USDA website on section 502 loans which include loans for manufactured housing.

Section 8 Vouchers

The National Housing Law Project discusses how Section 8 vouchers can be used for manufactured housing.  Specifically, this concerns the final rule instated in 2002.

Ginnie Mae

Ginnie Mae’s special requirements for manufactured housing loan pools and packages, 2003.