What is a manufactured home?
A manufactured home (formerly known as a mobile home) is built to the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (HUD Code) and displays a red certification label on the exterior of each transportable section. Manufactured homes are built in the controlled environment of a manufacturing facility and are transported in one or more sections on a permanent chassis.
Thinking about buying a Manufactured home in Tennessee:
To learn more about manufactured home ownership from HUD’s web site:
- Manufactured Home - Consumer's Guide
- Fact Sheet for Purchasers of Manufactured Homes
- Homeowner's Care and Warranty Considerations
Filing a consumer complaint in Tennessee:
- Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about the complaint process
Important Notice: The Manufactured Housing Section only has jurisdiction to pursue items that are determined to be failures to conform to the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (24 CFR 3280).
We cannot pursue matters which may be cosmetic or contractual in nature. Assistance may be sought from the Division of Consumer Affairs in those matters, or you may have other venues of recourse available through other State or Federal agencies.