About the Michigan Housing Council

 

The Michigan Housing Council (MHC) is one of the oldest statewide associations of affordable housing professionals in the United States. The MHC is comprised of owners, developers, managers, general contractors and subcontractors, architects, engineers, attorneys, financial groups, insurers, accountants, market analysts, tax credit syndicators, and other consultants, non-profits and businesses involved with Michigans affordable housing industry.

Founded in 1989, the MHC is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development, financing, management, and rehabilitation of affordable housing in Michigan. To that end, members and consultants from Muchmore Harrington Smalley & Associates work closely with the Michigan State Legislature, the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, and the Snyder Administration to develop sound public policies on issues of importance to the affordable housing industry.

Recent issues the MHC has been active in include the following:

     Management Fee Adjustments with MSHDA
     Withholding Tax Rules Changes with MSHDA and Treasury
  Qualified Allocation Plan Qualifications and Process with MSHDA
  Insurance Coverage Guideline with MHSDA
  Property Management Licensing with the Michigan Association of Realtors
  Market Studies with MSHDA
  Standards of Design and Energy Code with MSHDA and the State Legislature
  MSHDA Strategic Planning Initiative