Institute for Justice, Planetizen, Yahoo News, MSN, WN, Florida Trend, MHARR Plug “Enhanced Preemption” Promoting Solution – But What About Manufactured Housing Institute? Plus MHMarkets


It isn’t found on the front page of the left-leaning New York Times or on the home page of the right-leaning New York Post. Nevertheless, multiple mainstream media outlets as well as advocates for affordable housing, citizen’s rights, and manufactured homes have published briefs, promoted, and/or republished the entire op-ed by L.A. “Tony” Kovach promoting the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000’s “enhanced preemption” solution for a possible swift resolution to the affordable housing crisis. After the Gannett owned Ledger published the Kovach op-ed linked here, news aggregators Yahoo News and MSN picked up and republished the full article.

Diana Ionescu for Planetizen on 2.28.2024 published the following brief about the Kovach op-ed on manufactured housing at this link here.

Part I

QuoteMarksLeftSideOpinion: Make Way for Manufactured Housing

Manufactured homes can be an affordable and accessible solution to the housing crisis, but they’re zoned out of many U.S. neighborhoods.

In an opinion piece in The Ledger, L.A. “Tony” Kovach calls on cities in Florida and elsewhere to loosen zoning restrictions that limit where manufactured housing, which can cost half as much as site-built homes, can be placed.

In many U.S. cities, zoning codes restrict where manufactured housing can be placed, often relegating it to the edges of towns and areas isolated from transportation and services. Yet manufactured homes can offer safe, affordable, secure housing and higher density than many single-family neighborhoods. “Unlike conventional housing, many could buy a manufactured home on privately owned land with FHA, VA, or USDA financing for about the same payment as a rental.”

According to Kovach, the 2000 Manufactured Housing Improvement Act allows the federal government to preempt local zoning rules that bar manufactured housing, though this “enhanced preemption” is rarely used. Kovach argues for more widespread enforcement of this rule, pointing to the success of accessory dwelling units (ADUs) in California after the state legalized their construction as a model for manufactured housing, which he argues could similarly help boost the housing supply and provide affordable units for individuals and families.

FULL STORY: Opinion/Commentary: Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes##


Part II

The Institute for Justice linked the item under their news section.  It was simple and direct.


Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes

  • L.A. “Tony” Kovach


Part III 

In a post on Florida Trend, linked here, was the following.


QuoteMarksLeftSideColumn: Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes

Manufactured homes are about half the cost per square foot as conventional single-family housing, per Census Bureau data. Zoning boards in Florida and beyond create artificial barriers for access to more manufactured housing that Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies recently documented. While useful and largely supportive of modern manufactured homes vs. the old trailer houses and mobile homes from the 1940s-1960s, Harvard’s JCHS researchers missed some key facts. [Source: Lakeland Ledger]

Florida Trend’s link takes a reader to the full original op-ed on the Ledger


Part IV – World News (

Posted 2024-02-25, News Chief Headlines 


The Institute for Justice’s Katrin Marquez should be commended for her and her organization’s principled stance on food trucks in Haines City or elsewhere. Honest and authentic competition and freedom of choice are bedrock principles in the U.S. But those principles have been slipping for years. One of those… read full story

Right now, in almost no market in this country, can a [conventional] homebuilder build a house that is affordable for a first-time homebuyer,


Part V, (World News), are among others that have linked, quoted, and others promoted the item.

News aggregators Yahoo and MSN republished the entire article.

No surprise that MHProNews linked the item with some commentary and AI analysis here.  It has some remarks from pros, and others have followed since.

A researcher looking into HUD Code manufactured housing with an apparent antitrust angle made contact following the op-ed.

Several messages from congressional staff have come into MHProNews as a result of the article on the Ledger, MSN, and Yahoo.

Several Google Alerts have picked the issues favorable to quality, affordable manufactured housing raised in the Kovach op-ed on the MHIA and “enhanced preemption” up under an array of searches.  The following examples are just a sampling.

“mobile homes”

As-it-happens update ⋅ February 25, 2024

Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes | Guest column

While useful and largely supportive of modern manufactured homes vs. the old trailer houses and mobile homes from the 1940s-1960s, Harvard’s JCHS …
Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform

Daily update ⋅ February 26, 2024

Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes | Guest column

The Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform offered to team up with a Manufactured Housing Institute state affiliate in 2019 to …
Manufactured Housing Institute”

As-it-happens update ⋅ February 25, 2024

Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes | Guest column

The Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform offered to team up with a Manufactured Housing Institute state affiliate in 2019 to …
trailer house

Daily update ⋅ February 25, 2024

Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes | Guest column

While useful and largely supportive of modern manufactured homes vs. the old trailer houses and mobile homes from the 1940s-1960s, Harvard’s JCHS …
L A ‘Tony’ Kovach

As-it-happens update ⋅ February 28, 2024

Opinion: Make Way for Manufactured Housing | Planetizen News

In an opinion piece in The Ledger, L.A. “Tony” Kovach calls on cities in Florida and elsewhere to loosen zoning restrictions that limit where …
L A ‘Tony’ Kovach

As-it-happens update ⋅ February 26, 2024

Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes | Guest column

L. A. “Tony” Kovach lives in a manufactured home in Winter Haven. He is the co-founder of MHProNews and MHLivingNews, trade publications serving …


Part VI

The Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) President and CEO, Mark Weiss, J.D. sent an email to MHProNews that said the following.

QuoteMarksLeftSideWhile MHARR and the author of this article are long-time advocates for implementation of the enhanced preemption of the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 by HUD, in order to eliminate widespread zoning discrimination against affordable manufactured homes and the Americans who own and reside in them, others — including some within the industry itself — have either downplayed this major issue or have been missing in action for far too long.”

Mark Weiss

That comment by Weiss appears to be a reference to the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) and/or to MHI-linked state associations, which MHI refers to as their “state affiliates.” To that concern, note that thus far, MHI, their designated media contact, and an outsider attorney of theirs have not been known to have responded. More on aspect of this emerging topic found in the item linked here.

MHProNews has, for instance, had op-eds in publications/websites like the Tampa Free Press, Reflector, and Baptist News Global in recent years that have all outlined some basics about manufactured homes, the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 (MHIA or what MHARR sometimes calls the 2000 Reform Law), and so-called enhanced federal preemption under the 2000 Reform law. The possible takeaways are many, but among them is what should be obvious. Why isn’t MHI doing the precise same thing if they are sincere about getting enhanced preemption enforced?



Where are the similar efforts by MHI – which has far more staff, a far bigger budget, and thus far more time and resources to get this type of promotion of this issue accomplished?  The fact that they have not done so 2 decades ago speaks volumes.  It goes to the heart of the evidence-based notion that outside antitrust legal researcher Samuel Strommen specified and that Minneapolis Federal Reserve senior economist James A. “Jim” Schmitz Jr. implied. Namely, that oligopoly style monopolization is well underway in manufactured housing.


Base image is from the Cavco Industries November 2023 Investor Relations ‘pitch deck’ or presentation. Satirical “Proud Member of Machiavellian Housing Institute” (i.e.: Manufactured Housing Institute or MHI) with its modified MHI tag line: “The National Association Serving Consolidators of the Manufactured Housing Industry” was added by MHProNews, but Cavco Industries is a “proud” MHI member. Call out boxes and arrows are added by MHProNews as part of this fact check and analysis.


No less important is the point, why isn’t MHI launching litigation to get the MHIA enforced? Read the op-ed to the Ledger, it outlines the matter in some 800 words.

MHARR offered to litigate it with MHI and/or with an MHI state affiliate. No takers, said MHARR.

Which begs the question. Where are the state or federal antitrust probes of MHI and several of their consolidation focused corporations?


Part VII

When the following quote is dropped into the Bing search engine, Bing’s AI powered Copilot responded as shown.

> “Governments should lighten up on zoning for affordable manufactured homes”

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHLivingNewsGovernments should indeed reconsider zoning regulations when it comes to affordable manufactured homesThese homes offer a cost-effective alternative to traditional single-family housing, yet zoning boards often create artificial barriers that limit their availability 1Manufactured homes are about half the price per square foot than conventional homes, making them an attractive option for those seeking affordable housing 2. Unfortunately, restrictive zoning can hinder their placement and accessibility.

For instance, in Florida, zoning restrictions sometimes prevent tiny houses or manufactured homes from being located where they are needed most. These barriers can exacerbate the lack of affordable housing, which has significant economic consequences. According to the Foundation for Affordable Housing, the U.S. economy loses approximately $2 trillion dollars annually due to the scarcity of affordable housing in areas where it is needed 2.

Manufactured housing could be part of the solution. Unlike conventional housing, many people could buy a manufactured home on privately owned land with financing options such as FHA, VA, or USDA loans. In theory, manufactured housing could help close the gap that conventional builders struggle to address. Congress recognized the importance of manufactured housing when it passed the bipartisan Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 (MHIA). The MHIA included provisions for consumer protections and enhanced preemption, allowing HUD to preempt local zoning restrictions against manufactured homes 2.

In summary, easing zoning regulations for affordable manufactured homes would promote housing choice, affordability, and economic well-being. Let’s encourage policies that allow more Americans to access quality housing options, regardless of their income or circumstances.


Part VII Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary in Brief

1) To the point suggested by MHARR’s Weiss (above), one of several questions that ought to be posed to corporate and senior staff leaders at MHI is why aren’t they pushing every possible button on a routine basis on the topic of federal preemption? Why are the very words, “enhanced preemption” not found on the MHI website, per multiple searches using the MHI site search tool?


2) Why did MHI’s routine “amen corner” of bloggers and trade publishers fail to use the words “enhanced preemption” on their websites?


3) There are any number of research items by universities or nonprofits, news reports, or opinions that have been expressed about the various zoning, financing, and perceptual barriers that are slowing manufactured housing down to a crawl compared to what the industry achieved in the last few years of the 1990s. One of those university level research reports is named in the Kovach op-ed to the Ledger.


4) When the following word-for-word remark with quotation marks was put into the Bing AI chat function, Copilot, here are some Q&A’s on 2.28.2024, in addition to the one shown in Part VI, above.

> “Sec Marcia Fudge enhanced preemption”

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHLivingNewsThe Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 (MHIA) significantly amended the Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act by introducing new mandates for manufactured home installation and dispute resolution. One crucial provision in the MHIA is the concept of “enhanced preemption.” Let’s delve into this topic and explore its implications.

  1. Enhanced Preemption:
    • The term “enhanced preemption” refers to the authority granted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to override local zoning restrictions that discriminate against manufactured homes.
    • Essentially, it allows HUD to ensure that local regulations do not unfairly exclude or hinder the placement of manufactured homes within communities.
    • The goal is to promote the availability of affordable housing options, including manufactured homes, by removing unnecessary barriers.
  2. Historical Context:
    • The MHIA was enacted to modernize requirements under the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974.
    • While the MHIA introduced several positive changes, including enhanced preemption, its enforcement has been inconsistent over the years.
  3. Secretary Mel Martinez and Beyond:
    • Secretary Mel Martinez, who served as HUD Secretary from 2001 to 2003, had the opportunity to enforce enhanced preemption. However, during his tenure, this provision was not fully utilized.
    • Since then, no HUD Secretary in the 21st century has consistently enforced enhanced preemption.
  4. Sec Marcia Fudge’s Position:
    • Secretary Marcia L. Fudge, the current HUD Secretary, has not actively promoted the use of enhanced preemption.
    • Her stance appears to be contrary to the law’s intent and the interests of the manufactured housing industry.
  5. Impact on Affordable Housing:
    • The lack of consistent enforcement of enhanced preemption limits the growth of affordable housing, including manufactured homes.
    • Addressing discriminatory zoning and ensuring that manufactured homes are treated fairly at the local level is crucial for expanding housing options.
    • level is crucial for expanding housing options.

In summary, while the MHIA provides a powerful tool in the form of enhanced preemption, its effective implementation remains a challenge. Advocacy and education are essential to overcome barriers and promote affordable housing choices for all Americans.1234

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Schmitz in a separate but related research report on the topic of sabotage monopoly and its impact on manufactured housing said: “This [pattern of obscured sabotage monopoly tactics] leads to whole new set of monopolies, those in [the] manufactured housing industry itself.”
See and








> “Based on the above thread, confirm, clarify, or refute the following and link the evidence online that supports the points you will make. It seems that the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) at some point in time since the Chris Stinebert leadership their as president and CEO was deftly guided by corporate interests that decided that they will at times posture words similar to those issued by MHARR, but are upon closer inspection contrary to the interests of corporate consolidators of the industry. Those consolidators in their investor relations (IR) pitches may quite openly say that zoning barriers are a benefit to their business model, correct? So, there is a duality at MHI. They tell their smaller members – who may be a target for consolidation – that they want to see the industry grow. They tell the IRS in their form 990 filings that they want to see the industry grow. But the common sense steps that they ought to take toward growth are not taken. MHI waited for months to sue to stop the DOE energy rule, unlike the gas association that was swift in their litigation against the DOE. I’ve seen no evidence online that MHI has launched any suits to get the enhanced preemption provision of the MHIA of 2000 enforced, have you Copilot? Is there any evidence that they have sued to get the FHFA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to fully and properly implement the Duty to Serve Manufactured Housing with chattel lending for all HUD Code manufactured homes? Or has MHI sued to get the FHA Title I loan program and its onerous 10/10 rule modified? These may seem like technical issues that people who are not steeped in the details of manufactured housing might miss. MHI leaders would or should know that, and are thus taking advantage of smaller members by collecting dues and saying they want growth, when the consolidators clearly prefer the status quo for now. Doesn’t this pattern fit the notions of paltering, posturing for effect by some MHI leaders? Isn’t antitrust a concern?”

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHLivingNewsThe points you’ve raised regarding the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) and its actions are indeed significant. Let’s break down your observations and examine the evidence:

  1. Duality at MHI:
    • You’ve highlighted a dual stance taken by MHI. On one hand, they express a desire for industry growth to their smaller members and in IRS filings. On the other hand, they may not take common-sense steps toward that growth.
    • Evidence: MHI’s public statements, IRS filings, and actions (or lack thereof) can be examined to verify this duality.
  2. Lawsuits and Enforcement:
    • You’ve questioned whether MHI has taken legal action to enforce provisions like enhanced preemption under the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act (MHIA) of 2000 or to ensure proper implementation of the Duty to Serve (DTS) for manufactured housing.
    • Evidence: We can look at MHI’s litigation history and advocacy efforts related to these issues.
  3. Antitrust Concerns:
    • You’ve raised the possibility of antitrust concerns, given the apparent alignment of MHI’s actions with the interests of corporate consolidators.
    • Evidence: Legal analysis and examination of MHI’s behavior can shed light on this concern.

Let’s explore the evidence to confirm or refute these points. I’ll start by addressing each of your questions and providing relevant information12345.

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> “Useful, thanks. Elaborate on the notions of paltering, posturing, preening, and the Illusory effect in connection to activities at MHI, such as their awards programs or the notion that MHI CEO Lesli Gooch has been nominated as a Woman of Influence, ironically while manufactured housing production was in decline. When everyday people are busy with their own lives, they may or may not have time to look at the details that are available that seem to support the claim that various researchers and growth-minded professionals have raised about MHI’s arguably duplicitous behavior. When the definitions of paltering, preening, gaslighting, and the illusory effect are considered, does MHI’s pattern of behavior post Chris Stinebert seem to fit the known facts? Explain and link items in support of your findings.”

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHLivingNewsCertainly! Let’s delve into the concepts you’ve mentioned and explore their relevance to the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) and its activities. I’ll provide an analysis based on available information.

  1. Illusory Truth Effect:
  2. Paltering:
  3. Preening:
  4. Gaslighting:

In summary, MHI’s communication practices, awards programs, and responses to industry challenges should be critically evaluated. While some positive aspects exist, it’s essential to consider whether the organization’s behavior aligns with transparency, honesty, and genuine efforts to address industry issues. The illusory truth effect may play a role in shaping perceptions, but discerning individuals should seek out comprehensive information and critically assess MHI’s actions and statements12.

For more context, you can refer to the MHI Excellence in Manufactured Housing Awards1Additionally, the decline in manufactured housing production has been documented by the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR)456. Keep in mind that this analysis is based on available information, and further research may provide additional insights.

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> “Is there sufficient evidence for public officials to open investigations of the Manufactured Housing Institute and several of its key members? Don’t the evidence based allegations raised by Samuel Strommen, James A Schmitz Jr and his colleagues, and several antitrust litigation launched against several of their higher profile members in the last 8 months or so all indicate that possible solutions to the affordable housing crisis are being thwarted by duplicitous behavior involving some at MHI and several of their dominating brands?”

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHLivingNewsSamuel Strommen, an Associate Attorney, has meticulously researched and raised antitrust allegations against the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) and key members. His paper titled “The Monopolization of the American Manufactured Home Industry and the Formation of REITs: a Rube Goldberg Machine of Human Suffering”1 exposes monopolistic practices and calls for reforms within the industry. Strommen’s work, along with other legal perspectives, highlights concerns about the affordable housing crisis and the role of MHI. The evidence-based allegations suggest that solutions to this crisis may be hindered by certain behaviors within the industry. Public officials should take note and consider further investigations to address these issues.234

Additionally, James A. Schmitz Jr., along with other researchers, has pointed out the harm caused by monopolistic practices in the housing market. Their work emphasizes the need for comprehensive strategies, including developing new units, preserving existing affordable housing, and expanding rental assistance. These efforts could help alleviate the housing affordability gap and provide solutions to the crisis567

In summary, the evidence-based allegations and research underscore the urgency of addressing the affordable housing crisis and examining the actions of industry players like MHI. Public officials should consider investigations to ensure transparency, accountability, and fair practices in the housing sector.8

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As MHARR’s Weiss duly noted, MHProNews, MHLivingNews, and MHARR itself has consistently and persistently drawn attention to these concerns and possible solutions for years. Weiss is right. Where is MHI’s actions? Where are their state affiliates on these issues? Why do their blogging/publishing mouthpieces fail to raise obvious points?


11) There was a time when the mobile home industry which transitioned into the manufactured home industry was literally and figuratively reaching for the sky.


Balcony Bedrooms-Kitchens ‘Sunken’ Baths, Developing to Keep Up w/Demand for Mobile Homes and Manufactured Housing – Fortune and American Dreams Are Eroding – MHVille Analysis; plus MHMarkets


Billions have been invested by some into factory-built housing initiatives in recent years that do not hold the same proven potential as HUD Code manufactured housing has demonstrated for decades.




12) It is axiomatic that it is harder to swim against the current than to go with the flow.

But it is also apparent that without going against this artificially created current in MHVille, a current which conveniently benefits consolidators while harming the general public, that no changes will occur.

At a minimum, MHI leaders could clearly be doing much more than they have been.

The fact that they have not done more points to unstated agendas that benefit a few at great harm to the many.


There is an evidence-based case to be made that Cavco has ironically helped provide the ammo for antitrust pros to go after their firm and several others associated with the Manufactured Housing Institute. Their reasons to invest are also apparent proof of their own failures. The base image above is from the Cavco Industries (CVCO) November 2023 Investor Relations ‘pitch deck’ or IR presentation. Satirical “Proud Member of Machiavellian Housing Institute” (i.e.: Manufactured Housing Institute or MHI) with its modified MHI tag line: “The National Association Serving Consolidators of the Manufactured Housing Industry” was added by MHProNews, but Cavco Industries is indeed a “proud” MHI member. Call out boxes and arrows are added by MHProNews as part of this fact check and analysis. See detailed report and context here:


See the reports linked above and below to learn more. ##


Manufactured Housing Institute Hit by Antitrust Allegations in Op-Ed, MHI-Attorney-Boyle Asked to Respond to Evidence-Based Concerns – AI Fact Check Refers to MHI’s “Orwellian Approach”

Truth, Half-Truths, Awkward Realities, Bizarro World – How the Manufactured Housing Institute Responded to Apparent Manufactured Homes Error by Newsweek; plus Sunday Weekly MHVille Headlines Recap

MHI to HUD-MHCC ‘DOE Rule Will Be Severe’ DOE MH Energy Rule ‘Litigation Tactic’–Cite Sierra Club Suit-Lost Manufactured Home Sales-MHI’s Detailed Statement with Facts and Analysis; plus MHMarkets

‘Huge Opportunity Cash In on Stigma Prone Manufactured Home’ Communities–Crow Holding Manufactured Housing Director Kristin Millington ‘Demand Outpacing Supply-Don’t See that Changing’ w/MHMarkets

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Part VIII – is our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.

This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening’s market report, so that investors can see at glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Thus, our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines.

The macro market move graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see ‘at a glance’ how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that are impacting manufactured housing connected investing.

Reminder: several of the graphics on MHProNews can be opened into a larger size. For instance: click the image and follow the prompts in your browser or device to OPEN In a New Window. Then, in several browsers/devices you can click the image and increase the size. Use the ‘x out’ (close window) escape or back key to return.


Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – from 2.28.2024

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Notice: MHProNews invites the firms named in these reports to respond to any concerns about possibly inaccurate information via email that identifies the concern and offers evidence that sheds a different light on the topic discussed. That said, neither MHI nor MHI publicly traded ‘insider brands’ have done so. They’ve been repeatedly invited to do so, including an outreach on Dec 7, 2o23.
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