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What project review methods are required for projects containing manufactured homes?

Project Types 

A manufactured home project is a project consisting partially or solely of manufactured homes. 

Project Review Methods

The characteristics that dictate which method to use are shown in the following table.

Unit and Project Type Project Review Methods
Single or multi-width manufactured homes in an established condo project Full Review
  • New condo projects consisting of manufactured homes
  • Co-op projects consisting of manufactured homes
  • PUD and condo projects consisting of single-width manufactured homes
Fannie Mae Review through the standard PERS process
Established condo or PUD projects consisting of multi-width manufactured homes that are subject to a community land trust, deed restriction, leasehold estate, or shared equity arrangement Fannie Mae Review through the streamlined PERS process

 

For more information, see B4-2.1-01, General Information on Project Standards

 

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