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Help us support underserved
& uninformed home owners preserve their home

Mobile Home Resident Education
Join our nonprofit educational program designed specifically for mobile home residents. A supportive community of volunteers that helps navigate mobile home residents through overwhelming, stressful, situations that occur when owning a moible home,
in a park. Residents are required to attend one of our educational classes to qualify for resources, such as past due space rent fees, legal directory assistance, coaching stratagies that deal with conflicts due to a notice given by a park manager.

Contract Signature

Document Review

  • Notices from park

  • Evictions 

  • Transfer documents

Reviewing Legal Agreement

Legal Resourses

  • Referral to attorney

  • Demand letters

  • Additional services

Chess Game


  • Preserve your equity

  • Conflict resolution

  • Risk evaluation


Resident Crisis

  • Dedicated Volunteer

  • Referrals to resourses

  • Apply for urgent financial assistance.

Supporting Underserved Mobile Home Owners


Know Your Rights
Attend our Mobile Home Resident Education Class &
Read MHRE materials to become familiar with your rights on:



  • Fair Rate of Return (Time Warner List)

  • Rental Agreements (798.15 (d) & 798.18)

  • Right to Assemble (9798.51)

  • Private Rights

  • No Waiver of Rights (798-19-798.77)

  • Loss of Amenities

  • Seniors Only

  • Elder Abuse

  • No Tax Pass-Throughs

  • Occupied Space Area

  • Lot Lines

  • Grading/Standing Water/Dry Rot

  • Trees and Driveways (798.37.5)

  • Bad Neighbors

  • Park Eviction (798.56)

  • Termination of Tenancy

  • Gas and Electric

  • Failure to Maintain (798.84)

  • Illegal Vehicle Towing

  • Member of Immediate Family

Law Attorney

Filing a Complaint

Beginning July 1, 2021, any mobilehome or manufactured homeowner living in a mobilehome park under a rental agreement may submit a complaint for an alleged violation of the Mobilehome Residency Law. Any mobilehome or manufactured homeowner residing in a permitted mobilehome park is eligible to submit a complaint. Complaints must be submitted to HCD. HCD provides assistance to help resolve and coordinate resolution of the most severe alleged violations of the Mobilehome Residency Law.

Mobile Home Resident Education
Sponsored by,


KEY is a 501c3 nonprofit school
serving, youth, & financial education 

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Sisley Cervantez

Realtor DRE # 02060498
Specializes in Manufactured Homes

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