Manufactured Housing Developer Dealer
"Developer Dealer"means a person who purchases state-certified manufactured housing from a licensed manufacturer or dealer for placement on property owned by the developer dealer and who offers the manufactured housing for sale to the initial purchaser of the manufactured housing. The developer dealer may not install such manufactured housing but may contract with the manufacturer or dealer for the installation of such manufactured housing.
Pursuant to 10 M.R.S.A. §9021(1-B), the Manufactured Housing Board is required to provide initial training in the servicing and installation of manufactured housing to all licensees and applicants for licensure beginning July 1, 2000. Therefore, in order to obtain a license, it is mandatory to attend initial training prior to a license being issued.
How to apply
- Completed Application;
- A State of Maine Sales Tax Number. To obtain a sales tax number,
you may contact the Maine Revenue Services at (207)624-9693;
- If the applicant is not and individual, a certificate of good
standing from the Secretary of State where the applicant is
- If the applicant is a foreign entity, documentation of registration
with the Maine Secretary of State Corporation Division. You
may contact the Corporation Division by telephone at (207) 624-7752
for existing entities, and (207) 624-7740 for new entities;
- If the applicant is an out-of-state entity, a duly-executed
power of attorney appointing the Executive Director as its agent
for service of process in this State;
- Proof of products/completed operations liability insurance
for at least $1,000,000.00 and, where required, proof of workers'
compensation insurance. Liability policy and workers' compensation
insurance must include mandatory notice of cancellation to the
Manufactured Housing Board;
- Evidence of completion of Qualifying (initial) Education Training
- If the applicant is an individual, payment of the $21.00 criminal
background check fee. Make check payable to the Treasurer, State
of Maine; and
- Credit Card Application, if authorizing payment of license
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Renewal fees and information
- Completed Application;
- Credit Card authorization of payment of renewal fee(s);
- A late fee of $50.00 is assessed for licenses renewed after
the June 30 license expiration date; and
- Completion of criminal conviction question by indicating yes
or no, and submission of documentation that lists date(s) and
crime(s) and submit a copy of the court judgment(s). If your
answer is "Yes" you cannot file your renewal application
electronically. You must mail the completed renewal application
and the necessary fees along with a copy of the court judgment.
You must also submit a letter listing the date of the conviction,
the crime committed, and explaining the circumstances surrounding
- A person who submits an application for renewal more than
90 days after the June 30 license expiration date is subject
to all requirements governing new applicants and is required
to reapply with original license application, documentation
- Fill out the online renewal application and submit.
The Department must verify that you have met all the conditions for renewal before your license is renewed. Online submission of your renewal application should not be construed as automatic renewal of your license.
April 1, 2014