The Building Codes Division launched a new online Manufactured Home Ownership Document System (MHODS) on Feb. 1, 2017.
MHODS has replaced the LOIS Manufactured Home Ownership Records System, which became inaccessible to users as of Jan. 26, 2017.
MHODS tracks information regarding ownership, security interest and location for all manufactured homes that are not listed as "real property" in Oregon. Specifically, the system:
Records official documents, including ownership-related records, site location, and trip permits, and the perfection of security interest holders.
Provides real-time access to data for updates and output.
Records the relocation of a home from one site to another.
Provides an online avenue for homeowners, dealers, escrow companies, security interest holders, transporters, and other individuals or businesses to establish ownership-related records for new homes or modify records for used homes.
Visit the MHODS system information webpage
to learn how MHODS works or go directly to the MHODS website
to register for a user account.
Search manufactured home records
Users can search information in MHODS (public read-only access) by home record number, parcel number, address, owner, security interest, dealer, transporter and other contacts. Individuals do not have to establish an online account in MHODS to perform a data search. All home-ownership documents that were housed in LOIS were transferred into MHODS.
A data search of the retired LOIS system remains available to the general public through July 2017. Please note, however, that the LOIS system only contains ownership documents processed through Jan. 25, 2017, and does not include new documents resulting from applications processed in MHODS after Feb. 1, 2017.