The Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) has released its April 2017 Washington Update, an exclusive report and analysis that addresses key issues with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Covered in this MHARR report:
- HUD Defines President Trump’s Regulatory Reforms
- MHARR Highlights Urgent Need for Securitized Chattel
- DOE Manufactured Housing Energy Rule Takes Another Hit
“In a re-play of its well-documented institutional resistance to the full and proper implementation of the program reforms mandated by Congress in the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000, mounting evidence indicates that the HUD manufactured housing program, with its management team of Obama Administration holdovers, is openly defying the regulatory reform agenda of the new Trump Administration,” MHARR says in the report.
The report also provides insight on HUD program funding.
“With the HUD program continuing to seek ever-higher funding levels from Congress in order to fund an unnecessary expansion of in-plant regulation via contractor make-work activity, MHARR is urging Congress to continue exercising strict oversight of the HUD program budget, in order to curb needless and costly contractor-driven paperwork and red tape.”
The full MHARR report and analysis is available for Daily Business News readers here. ##
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Submitted by RC Williams to the Daily Business News for MHProNews.