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DeRose Declines, but MHARR and MHI Cooperate?

July 7th, 2011 Comments off

Sources tell MHMSM.com that MHI and MHARR quietly prepared a joint approach to HUD in favor of appointing attorney Victor A DeRose to a vacancy in that federal agency’s manufactured housing program.  DeRose, who has years of manufactured housing industry experience, declined interest in the role.  Recently announced moves of Teresa Payne to the new Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Elizabeth Cocke transfer to HUD’s Affordable Housing and Technology Research Division in the Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R) creates vacancies in HUD’s Office of Manufactured Housing Programs.  William Matchneer’s and Teresa Payne’s transfers from HUD are said to be based upon their experience with RESPA, Interstate Land Sales, and SAFE, all of which are transferring to CFPB.

HUD Announces Personnel Changes

June 20th, 2011 Comments off

HUD logoThe Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)’s ManuFACTured Housing News Letter announces changes in personnel.  Teresa Payne, the Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary (ADAS) for Regulatory Affairs has been with HUD for 15 years in various capacities with the Manufactured Housing Program.  She worked on HUD’s administration of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Interstate Land Sales (ILS), and the SAFE Act.  She will be joining the new the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).  Elizabeth Cocke, Deputy Administrator of the Office of Manufactured Housing Programs and former Director of the Manufactured Housing Programs, will be moving to a different HUD position, the Affordable Housing and Technology Research Division in the office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R).  Henry Czauski will become the Acting Deputy Administrator for the Manufactured Housing Program, moving over from his role as Senior Advisor in the office of Risk Management and Regulatory Affairs.  He has served as Deputy Director of the Departmental Enforcement Center and as counsel in a variety of regional offices.