News

  • It's beginning to look a lot like ... Session

    When the temperature starts dropping, the decorations go up in the neighborhood, and we find ourselves in the first few weeks of December we all know what everyone is thinking about - the Texas … more

  • October 2016 Shipment Report

    Shipments in the state took quite a hit in October coming in at 908 total homes, the second lowest total for a month this year. The decline was accompanied by a 15.8% increase in homes shipped out … more

  • August 2016 Reports and September Preliminary Data

    New titles for August finished stronger than the preliminary data suggested in last month’s report. Multi-section titles came in slightly up, and single-section titles were up a healthy 10.61% … more

  • TMHA Hits the Road

    TMHAs executive director, DJ Pendleton, and director of technology, Rob Ripperda, travel to San Antonio next week November 14-16 to attend the national CFED I'm HOME Conference. Pendleton will speak … more

  • In Wake of Historic Election, Change is on the Way

    It’s the dawning of a new day. After the shock and elation or disappointment wash over us, and we all have taken a collective deep breath, we can begin looking to the future. And in that future … more

  • HMDA Analysis for Texas 2015

    Each September the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) publishes the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data for the previous year. The following is an analysis of that data … more

  • September 2016 Shipment Report

    Total shipments for September were down -2.01% from the previous month due to a decline in single-section homes. Despite the decline, total shipments were up just slightly above September of 2015. … more

  • Polls Open for Early Voting

    Early voting for the November 8 election starts today and runs through November 4. TMHA encourages all members to participate and cast your votes for the nominees who will best represent your … more

  • City of Austin MH Ordinance Update

    Manufactured housing continues to capture the attention of several of the city council members in Austin. The council recently denied a re-zoning request that would have allowed for the development … more

  • July 2016 Reports and August Preliminary Data

    New titles for July moved down -2.95% from June, but came in 8.86% over July of 2015. Other than the slight dip in May, multi-sections continue to keep pace with single-section home sales as they& … more