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Whats New – Members
The association’s Fall Meeting has been scheduled for October 20 & 21 at the Wild Dunes Resort in Charleston South Carolina. Reunite with industry friends in our first full-membership meeting since the COVID-19 pandemic as we discuss industry issues, induct an honoree into the SC Manufactured Housing Hall of Fame, and – most importantly – have fun with old friends.
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The Summer 2021 edition of MODern Times has been published on mhisc.com. This edition features important information about upcoming modular plant inspections in the state and information that engineers need to know about the new building code currently in review.
Second Round of Rental Assistance Funds Available to SC Residents Community Owners and Residents Can Apply Online May 5, 2021 At a Glance: • The application can be completed right now • Funds are not expected to last long • Forms can be accessed at this link • Certian counties have their own application, see […]
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Residents who say they are exempt from evictions due to COVID-19 must meet these standards and provide a sworn statement to the community manager.
The CDC has extended the ban, but it only applies in specific circumstances.
MHISC hosted the Rising Star Awards on March 10, celebrating accomplished young people in the industry.
Eight industry members under 35 were recognized from the retail, community, manufacturing, and insurance sides of the industry.
The association is moving its Spring Meeting to be 100% virtual. We are offering online events at convenient times for members who work both at home and in office.
Participants do not need to be tech savvy to participate. All content can be accessed by simply clicking on a link in the email and following the instructions on screen.
Congress has passed a COVID-19 relief package that provides funds for assisting tenants who are behind on their rent.
The package allocates $25 million to help South Carolina families and individuals pay their rent and utility bills while also helping rental property owners continue to cover their costs.