Last Friday, December 12, the Texas Finance Commission met for one of their regular bi-monthly meetings. TMHA’s Executive Director, DJ Pendleton, was in attendance as he is for all the … more
TMHA has received a few calls recently on water and wastewater submetering questions. There have also been recent changes in regulatory jurisdiction for submetereing in MH communities. … more
At the end of last week a tragic house fire occurred in a South Austin manufactured home community. The fire was the result of accidental improper use of candles. While the home damage … more
TMHA would like to thank all of our members who have renewed their membership. June through August is our annual membership renewal period, and we are grateful for those members who continue to … more
MHI has informed all states that due to the current government shutdown the Institute of Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) has received a “Stop Work Order” from HUD. Until … more
The 82nd Legislature, 2011, passed H.B. 79, which was a court reorganization bill. As part of that legislation, small claims courts were to be abolished as of May 1, 2013, and replaced by new … more
On July 22 TMHA submitted another comment letter to the CFPB regarding federal rules proposing to amend certain mortgage rules issued by the CFPB in January 2013. The proposed amendments focus … more
On Friday, August 2 the Texas Industrialized Building Code Council of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation will hold its first Council meeting since December 1, 2011.
Recall at the … more
The Texas Office of Consumer Credit Commission (OCCC) has proposed new amendments and rules to 7 TAC, Part 1, Chapter 2 Residential Mortgage Loan Originators Licensed with OCCC.
To see the draft of … more
November 6th was not only Election Day but also the deadline to submit public comments to the CFPB on the remaining proposed mortgage financing rule related to the Integrated Combined RESPA/TILA … more