The purpose of the Manufactured Home Installation Program
is to implement regulations 24 CFR 3285 and 24 CFR Part 3286
to ensure that states have in place a minimum installation stan
dard and an operating installation program.
In states where the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) will administer the Manufactured Home
Installation Program, HUD will ensure that trainers of installers
planning to work in HUD-administered states are registered with
HUD, and that persons planning to install homes in HUD-
administered states are licensed by HUD.
The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development has issued a memo offering interim guidance of the use of frost-free foundations. You can find the memo
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has posted a Notice of Deadlines for Installers’ Licenses Under the HUD Manufactured Housing Installation Program. You can find the notice
Frequently Asked Questions
Click below to find the most current questions and answers regarding the HUD installation program and all of its regulations, licensing, training and inspection requirements.
HUD Installation States
Open Industry Conference Calls
HUD and SEBA (the program contractor) have been hosting monthly conference calls that provide program updates, answer questions and provide direct communications with program staff.
A recording of the Open Industry Conference Call held on September 13, 2016 is now available. You can request the recording by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All calls will begin at 2:00 pm Eastern, 1:00 pm Central time and will last no longer than 1 hour.
The HUD-Administered Manufactured Home State Installation Program has been implemented in 13 states that do not administer their own installation program. HUD Installation States include:
Alaska, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming.
Manufactured Housing Regulations
Upcoming Training & Notable Dates
The HUD-Administered Manufactured Home Installation program is guided by regulations 24 CFR 3285 and 24 CFR Part 3286 to ensure that states have in place a minimum installation standard and an operating installation program.
Find the federal regulations
HUD Forms & Documents
- Retailer Report on the home and home purchaser
Retailer Report on the installer and inspector
- Installer Application Form
- Inspection Verification Form
to download the program information packet that contains comprehensive information on installer training, licensing, inspections and retailer requirements for all of the thirteen (13) HUD-Administered States.
List of Licensed Installers
HUD Dispute Resolution Program
page to find the current list of HUD Manufactured Home Licensed Installers.
The HUD Manufactured Home Dispute Resolution Program (DRP) provides timely resolution of disputes between manufacturers, retailers and installers when the parties cannot agree on a solution to a construction and/or safety defect with a manufactured home. To learn which states have a dispute resolution program administered by HUD, and how to submit a request for dispute resolution, visit the HUD Manufactured Home DRP website at