The law and regulations naturally impact business in America today. This is very true of highly regulated manufactured housing.
While public policy advocacy is not what we claim as a specialty, we feel it is important to be able to learn and articulate the facts in a way that causes lawmakers and regulators to respond favorably.
L. A. “Tony” Kovach is a strong advocate of working with professional manufactured housing associations. Professionals like Mark Brunner work day-by-day to keep regulations in check, inform members, work with policy makers and much more. Our hats off to the women and men like Mr. Brunner who make good things happen for the industry in their areas. To see other comments, click the image and scroll down to the comment section near the bottom of the linked page. Image credit – the Hill – arrow and comment on graphic is by MHProNews.
Getting things done in a small industry like ours is a matter of team work. Mark Bruner, whose post on the Hill is shown above, and so many others understand the improtance of working together on key issues like manufactured home lending. The comment posted was about
this article by L. A. “Tony” Kovach, linked here, published on The Hill Congress Blog about manufactured home lending.
Click on the image above to see the OpEd Mark Brunner commented on. It is informative for industry pros and those outside of MH. Image credit – the Hill – comments by MHProNews.
L. A. “Tony” Kovach, speaking to a full room of manufactured housing professionals, investors and qualifty affordable home MH Industry enthusiasts.