News

  • May 2017 Reports and June Preliminary Data

    New titles for single and multi-section homes in the month of May were up over April by 13.9% and 8.5%. The total of 517 new single-section homes was also up over May of 2016 by 4.7%, and the 486 … more

  • June 2017 Shipment Report

    Total shipments for the month of June came in just under May’s total, and marked the third month on the year of shipments over the 1,400 home mark. Multi-section home shipments increased for … more

  • TMHA's MH Communities of Texas List

    TMHA is pleased to announce the release of our MH Communities of Texas List to all current members. The list includes the names and address for the locations of 2,458 communities with links to … more

  • The Tale of S.B. 1248

    Come all, gather around the camp fire. Grab your smores and prepare yourself for the tale of how S.B. 1248 was passed into law. I warn you at times this is a harrowing tale, but I'll begin with a … more

  • April 2017 Reports and May Preliminary Data

    Following a similar downward trajectory that shipments recorded for the month of April, titles for new single-section homes posted a large -34.5% decline from March’s total. Recall that March& … more

  • May 2017 Shipment Report

    After a slight slowdown in April, shipments appear to have heated up again in May with multi-section homes posting 30-plus percent gains over both April 2017 and May of 2016. Single-section … more

  • TMHA's 85th Session Recap

    Memorial Day marked the end of the 2017 Texas Legislative Session. The session that began 140 days earlier was certainly one for the ages. Conflict and compromise, hurt feelings and shared … more

  • 85th Recap: Landlord Tenant

    There were several bills that made it all the way through the legislature and Governor Abbott signed into law impacting various areas of general landlord tenant law. S.B. 873 directly impacts … more

  • 85th Recap: State Regulation

    H.B. 1290 - Relating to the required repeal of a state agency rule before adoption of a new state agency rule

    Some lawmakers raised concerns at the rate at which state agencies are proposing and … more