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modular home


As Michigan’s housing authority, it is our mission to invest state and federal funds across our great state.  Stable and affordable housing provides communities a strong foundation for jobs, culture, and growth.

The MSHDA Mod Program is a financing mechanism for modular home builds.  These homes are primarily built off-site in a manufacturing housing facility, transported to a selected location, and set on a foundation.  Manufacturers offer options that fit seamlessly within most neighborhoods including full basements, attached or detached garages, and can be designed with one or two stories.  Investing in a newly constructed modular residence within your community could serve as a catalyst for future new homes at an attainable price and build local housing development capacity.

Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Approved Manufacturers

Manufacturers Contacts List


Portfolio Profiles

See examples of how we are helping to create new workforce housing within our communities to attract and retain homeowners that sustain and support local economies. 


MSHDA MOD Regions Map 


Region 6

Genesee County Land Bank Authority – Grant in Progress
Four County Community Foundation – Grant in Progress

Region 7

Region 8

City of Albion – Grant in Progress
Village of Cassopolis – Grant in Progress
City of Coldwater – House #1 - Sold
City of Coldwater – House #2 - Sold
City of Dowagiac - Sold
Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County – Grant in Progress
Kalamazoo Neighborhood Housing Services – Sold

Region 9

Region 10

Detroit Land Bank Authority – Grant in Progress
Jones Construction and Development LDHA, LLC – Grant in Progress


MSHDA MOD Pilot Documents

Update in Process – Stay Tuned Video

Update in Process – Stay Tuned