Renew My License

2020-2022 Manufactured Housing license renewals are now open. The renewal deadline has been extended to September 30, 2020. You may continue to obtain CE hours during this time. For additional information about upcoming CE courses, please click here.

Document Submission

Please use this link to submit the following supplemental documentation to renew your license for 2020-2022. Failure to submit the required supplemental documentation, in addition to the online renewal application, will result in your license not being renewed.

  1. Criminal History Report
    • Must be dated within the last 30 days and include every state of residence for the past seven (7) years.
    • For a South Carolina SLED background check, contact SLED at http://www.sled.sc.gov or 803-737-9000.
  1. Surety Bond Continuation Certificate
    • The continuation certificate must be payable to the Board and coverage must be for the duration for the 2020-2022 licensure cycle.
    • Bond Amounts in Accordance with Section 40-29-230(A):

Manufacturer

$75,000 per location

Retail Dealer

$30,000 per location

Retail Salesman & Multi-lot Salesman

$15,000

Contractor, Installer and Repairer

$5,000

Bond Requirements for License Renewal

At the beginning of each subsequent license renewal period, a continuation certificate or proof of surety bond coverage or other approved security through the license renewal period must be delivered to the board with the application and fee. The surety bond or other approved security must be made payable to the board. If you need to submit a new bond, please use this form and send the original to the Board by mail.

  1. Supplemental Renewal Documentation

    (i.e., name change documentation, if applicable)

Continuing Education Requirements for Renewal

In 2018 the South Carolina Manufactured Housing Board promulgated Regulation 79-6 (D) requiring Continuing Education (CE) training for all classifications of manufactured housing licenses issued by the Board (manufacturers are exempt from this regulation).

As a reminder, the Continuing Education requirements have been “pro-rated” for the current 2018 - 2020 licensure cycle. Instead of the required six (6) hours of CE training within the two-year licensure cycle, licensees must obtain four (4) hours of Continuing Education training to renew their license by September 30, 2020.

More information about Continuing Education can be found here.