Association of Manufactured Home Owners: AMHO Westside 425-772-5174, AMHO Eastside (Spokane) 509-230-8508 — AMHO is a statewide, independent non-profit organization representing the interests of Washington’s manufactured home owners.
Manufactured Home Owners of America: 360-373-2436 — The purpose and objective that guides MHOA is for improving the quality of life for all manufactured/mobile home owners and promoting the health, safety and welfare of the owners of manufactured/mobile homes.
The Attorney General’s Office does not handle complaints about issues relating to the Residential Landlord-Tenant Act. Here is a list of resources that may assist you with residential landlord/tenant issues:
Washington State Human Rights Commission
1511 Third Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101
Toll-free: 1-800-233-3247 Website
Also, contact your city or county Human Rights or Civil Rights agency.
Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral (CLEAR), 1-888-201-1014. CLEAR is a toll-free hotline for qualified lowincome people staffed by trained paralegals and lawyers who can answer legal questions and provide appropriate referrals.
Office of Manufactured Housing Washington State Community Trade and Economic Development P.O. Box 42525 Olympia, WA 98504-8350 1-800-964-0852 http://www.cted.wa.gov/
Department of Labor & Industries PO Box 44000 Olympia WA 98504-4000 1-360-902-5800 www.lni.wa.gov/Main/ContactInfo/Default. asp
Mobile Home Owners of America 3421 Kitsap Way #H Bremerton, WA 98337 1-360-373-2436 email@example.com
Mobile Home Tenants Association c/o Robert Case firstname.lastname@example.org
Save Our Seniors Homes (SOS Homes) c/o Kylin Parks email@example.com
HUD Housing and Urban Development 1-800-927-2891 Washington State Human Rights Commission Fair Housing Unit Melbourne Tower 1511 Third Ave., Suite 921 Seattle, WA 98101-1626 1-800-605-7324
Association of Manufactured Home Owners PO Box 30273 Spokane WA 99223 (509) 343-9624 (English and Spanish) PO Box 3606 Federal Way WA 98063 (425) 772-5174 (English only)
Other Laws That May Apply To Mobile Home Tenancies: The Washington State Mobile Home Landlord Tenant Act MHLTA is not the only law governing a tenancy in a mobile home park. Contract, tort, and constitutional law, as well as local county and city laws, may also apply. Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination in housing based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and disability. These laws apply to mobile home parks as well as other dwellings and they contain important protections for families with children. Tenants who feel discriminated against should contact the state Human Rights Commission. NOTE: You may want to check with your local County or Municipal Human Rights commission office.
(1) Their purpose is to promote the convenience, health, safety, or welfare of the residents, protect and preserve the premises from abusive use, or make a fair distribution of services and facilities made available for the tenants generally;
(2) They are reasonably related to the purpose for which they are adopted;
(3) They apply to all tenants in a fair manner;
(4) They are not for the purpose of evading an obligation of the landlord; and
(5) They are not retaliatory or discriminatory in nature.