About the Michigan Manufactured Housing Association

Our Mission

The Voice for Michigan Factory-Built Housing

The Michigan Manufactured Housing Association MMHA is dedicated to educating the public about the benefits of manufactured and modular home living and connecting people interested in finding a community or home with its members. MMHA is one of Michigan’s oldest trade associations, founded in 1941. MMHA is a nonprofit association representing the manufactured and modular home industry in Michigan. MMHA works to improve the image of manufactured and modular housing by educating consumers, media and government about the quality, affordability, design and beauty of the homes.

An Affordable Homeownership Solution

The supply of affordable, quality housing is shrinking across the country — and Michigan is no exception. Those looking to own their home in today’s market are sacrificing quality for lower mortgages, or turning to rental options. Modern, factory-built homes offer a solution for Michiganders, creating a path to sustainable homeownership in their neighborhoods.

Our Work

By partnering with individuals and organizations across the state, MMHA and our members are bringing increased housing choice to Michigan. Our members are ensuring that homes are high-performing and energy-efficient — bringing more value to home buyers — and that buyers have access to smart, sustainable financing options for their home purchase.


The manufactured housing industry plays an important role in the US housing market and provides affordable housing for 22 million households across the country. We’re committed to doing our part in Michigan.

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Our Mission

It is the mission of the Michigan Manufactured Housing Association to help people experience the lifestyle associated with home ownership in the most economical way. Whether it’s in a planned community or on the land of their choice, manufactured homes exist to provide comfort, safety and convenience, in the most economical and desirable way.

To promote acceptance of factory-built housing by educating elected officials, municipalities, and the public

To work toward fair treatment of factory-built housing

To expand the market for factory-built housing

2023-2024 MMHA Board of Directors

Steve Francis


Rudgate / Infinity Billing Enterprises
Community – 2025

Sam Madorsky

Vice Chairperson

M. Shapiro Management Company, LLC.
Retailer – 2025

Margaret Burns


Germano Management
Retailer – 2024

Jarrett Levine


Swistak Levine PC
At Large – 2025

Bill Anderson

Atwell, LLC
At Large – 2023

Michael Barnett

Sun Communities, Inc. Sun Outdoors
Community – 2024


YES! Communities
At Large – 2026

Jeff Davidson

Cambio Communities
At Large – 2024


Clayton Homes, Inc.
Manufacturer – 2026

MMHA Staff

John D. Lindley

President and CEO

Marenia Rabi


Lauri Brantley

Office and Special Projects Administrator

Gabrielle Strubhar

Marketing and Communications Director

Maris Brennan

Membership Director


We want to Hear From you

If you have questions about our organization, want to inquire about membership, or just want to say hi, get in touch with us.

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