The September Membership Meeting is back at Angola Beach - Sept. 25th at 6:30 pm
Sharing news and information of importance to all manufactured home owners in Delaware
We strive to educate and inform our members, our public servants, and the general public, and to work for legislative and legal remedies to protect and strengthen the rights of everyone who lives in manufactured housing on leased land in Delaware. Should you live in a leased land community, and want to learn more, we want to hear from you!
DMHOA had its beginnings as a county association 26 years ago, and has experienced tremendous growth in the last few years. This growth came about because of the greater awareness of manufactured homeowners as well as the issues and problems related to manufactured homes on leased land. In 2003 DMHOA was the moving force behind a complete revision of state law that gave homeowners the first real protection for their investment (home) in the history of Delaware.
It was chartered as a statewide grass-roots advocacy group in March 2002 as a natural outgrowth of the Sussex County Manufactured Home Tenants Association, which had represented owners of manufactured homes in the state's fastest-growing county since 1983.
Executive Director: Stacy Shelton
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
President: Henry (Rick) Clum
Vice President: Position is currently open
Secretary/Treasurer: Tom Simonelli
Director of Fund Raising: Ron Amadio
Director - Grants: Vinny Rice
Director - Social Media: Jerry Brainard
Director - Veteran Affairs: Beth McGinn
Director - News Media: Carolyn Fritz
Director - Membership: Vacant
DEMHRA Representative: Rich Hrycyshyn
We want YOU to know, in whatever community you happen to live in, that you have rights under the law.
We want to have a meeting with as many interested people in your community to inform you of your rights.
DMHOA is the only statewide advocacy organization representing the interests of owners of manufactured homes on leased land throughout all Delaware counties.
The mission of the Delaware Manufactured Homeowners Association (DMHOA) is to educate and inform our members, our public servants and the public regarding Title 25, Chapter 70 of Delaware Law and any issues affecting homeowners on leased land. To work for legislative and legal remedies to protect and strengthen the rights of homeowners who live in manufactured housing on lease land in Communities having 2 lots or more in Delaware.
We maintain a direct communication network among state homeowner advocacy groups and serve as your voice at the state level, with the help of several powerful partner organizations who support our mission. In addition, we are against unfair eviction or loss of homes due to the closure of communities, homeowners deserve peace of mind and security in knowing they will have the opportunity to “age in place” rather than being displaced.
In some respects, there is also a parallel meaning to the better-known term “homeland security” in that many of our counterparts are unfairly subjected to insidious forms of economic and psychological terrorism by community owners and managers, which can take a devastating toll on one’s health and well-being. “Equity for All” reflects our feeling that a partnership exists between homeowners and landowners in manufactured home communities and homeowners deserve to have the equity in their investments protected and to be treated equitably. This is why you need to be a voice of one with a Home Owners Association. It gives you many things to help support your rights:
What does membership in your HOA do for you?
* Delaware Manufactured Home Owners Association (DMHOA) is the only statewide advocacy organization in the Diamond state representing our interests reference homes on leased land.
For more information on how we can help you with your rights, contact Henry (Rick) Clum at (302) 945-2122 or e-mail email@example.com.
Knowledge is power - know your rights!
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Here you will find information on about fraud and consumer protection relating to manufactured housing. Click to view.
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