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WORKING WITH ASSOCIATION MEMBERS

Learn the benefits of doing business with MHISC members

WORKING WITH ASSOCIATION MEMBERS

Learn the benefits of doing business with MHISC members

Licensed

MHISC members must meet all of the licensing requirements of South Carolina Manufactured Housing Board.

Bonded

Customers of licensed home centers and communities have guaranteed protections by the state of South Carolina.

Informed

All members are required to take continuing education courses keeping them up to date on the latest laws and practices in the industry. 

Licensed

MHISC members must meet all of the licensing requirements of South Carolina Manufactured Housing Board.

Bonded

Customers of licensed home centers and communities have guaranteed protections by the state of South Carolina.

Informed

All members are required to take continuing education courses keeping them up to date on the latest laws and practices in the industry. 

The Most Important Thing to Consider When Buying a Home…

The most important thing to consider when buying a home is who you buy it from. Homebuyers have a lot to consider when purchasing a manufactured home – home size, energy efficiency, financing options – but the single most important decision a homebuyer has to make is who they purchase their home from. When you buy from a MHISC member, you’re buying from someone who is state licensed. Customers of licensees have state guarantees that keep them protected in the event of an unforeseen issue. Your choice of home center or community will stick with you for as long as your home does, so be sure to choose one that will treat you right.

The Most Important Thing to Consider When Buying a Home…

The most important thing to consider when buying a home is who you buy it from. Homebuyers have a lot to consider when purchasing a manufactured home – home size, energy efficiency, financing options – but the single most important decision a homebuyer has to make is who they purchase their home from. When you buy from a MHISC member, you’re buying from someone who is state licensed. Customers of licensees have state guarantees that keep them protected in the event of an unforeseen issue. Your choice of home center or community will stick with you for as long as your home does, so be sure to choose one that will treat you right.

About the Association

The Manufactured Housing Institute of South Carolina (MHISC) is a member-led association the promotes high ethical and construction standards in the manufactured housing industry. The association is governed by a board of directors who approve members, work with news media, and decide on the association’s agenda. MHISC provides members with at least five continuing education courses a year to keep them up to date on the latest industry trends, construction standards, and consumer protection laws. The association is recognized by SC law as a representative of the industry.

Examples of association projects include: promoting greener and cost-effective housing through the ENERGY STAR zero% sales tax incentive, offering continuing education courses to all licensees to promote a well-informed industry, and working with local jurisdictions to create fairer zoning for new factory-built homes.

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About the Associaiton

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The Manufactured Housing Institute of South Carolina (MHISC) is a member-led association the promotes high ethical and construction standards in the manufactured housing industry. The association is governed by a board of directors who approve members, work with news media, and decide on the association’s agenda. MHISC provides members with at least five continuing education courses a year to keep them up to date on the latest industry trends, construction standards, and consumer protection laws. The association is recognized by SC law as a representative of the industry.

Examples of association projects include: promoting greener and cost-effective housing through the ENERGY STAR zero% sales tax incentive, offering continuing education courses to all licensees to promote a well-informed industry, and working with local jurisdictions to create fairer zoning for new factory-built homes.

Extra Accountability at No Extra Cost

When you work with a member of MHISC, you know you’re getting the best in the industry. Members offer the same low rates as non-member organizations.

Association members are properly licensed by the Manufactured Housing Board and the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation.

This means that you are protected by a network of consumer laws enforced by the South Carolina state government.

Most companies will go out of their way to help remedy any issue you may have, but if you can’t resolve an issue, it’s great knowing you have a place to turn. If you are working with a licensed company, the state Manufactured Housing Board will look into any issues free of charge.

The Manufactured Housing Board has full authority to require the company to take any action necessary to correct a problem, saving you time and hassle.

On the other hand, if you have an issue with an unlicensed seller, your only option for recourse is a lawsuit.

All Licensees:

Pass a test on SC consumer protection laws
Take continuing education courses each year
Sell Homes approved by HUD inspectors
Are bonded by the SC State Government
Offer the same low price as non-members

All Licensees:

Pass a test on SC consumer protection laws
Take continuing education courses each year
Sell Homes approved by HUD inspectors
Are bonded by the SC State Government
Offer the same low price as non-members

Extra Accountability at No Extra Cost

When you work with a member of MHISC, you know you’re getting the best in the industry. Members offer the same low rates as non-member organizations.

Association members are properly licensed by the Manufactured Housing Board and the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation.

This means that you are protected by a network of consumer laws enforced by the South Carolina state government.

Most companies will go out of their way to help remedy any issue you may have, but if you can’t resolve an issue, it’s great knowing you have a place to turn. If you are working with a licensed company, the state Manufactured Housing Board will look into any issues free of charge.

The Manufactured Housing Board has full authority to require the company to take any action necessary to correct a problem, saving you time and hassle.

On the other hand, if you have an issue with an unlicensed seller, your only option for recourse is a lawsuit.