SECO20 Registration Opens for Virtual Conference Sept. 28 – Oct. 1

SECO20 Virtual SECO

The SECO National Conference of Community Owners will be held in a virtual format for 2020. Registration for the Sept. 28 – Oct. 1 event is open now and includes an early bird discount for manufactured housing professionals who register for SECO prior to Aug. 12.

SECO is organized for community owners, by community owners with an annual conference in the Atlanta area during the last decade that has grown to a national event representing all parts of the industry.

The SECO20 virtual conference is necessitated by Coronavirus precautions and may serve as a model for how virtual events in the industry are conducted moving forward, even beyond virus prevention measures.

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Attendees can register for SECO20 at a cost of $199 prior to Aug. 12 when the registration fee increases to $299.

Typically, SECO has attracted about 400 attendees. Organizers anticipate attendance to be at that level or higher given the virtual access and a limited number of 2020 industry events.

SECO20 registration and sponsorsIn addition to attending, individuals and organizations in the manufactured housing industry can benefit from unique exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities with SECO20.

SECO20 is presented in partnership with MHVillage and with the support of industry sponsors that to-date include: American Commerce Bank, Marcus & Millichap, Mobile Insurance, Newport Pacific, Rent Manager, The Mobile Home Park Brokers, Blevins, and ABT Water Management.

Regardless of platform or venue, SECO again has created a fresh and compelling experience for community owners and other industry professionals to learn, interact, network, and shop the latest new offerings in manufactured housing.

SECO gives you the chance to meet other community owners who are doing, or have done, what you want to do so you can learn from their experiences, failures, and successes

SECO20 Topics In Development

  • Best practices in manufactured housing during COVID-19
  • Financing and options for raising capital
  • Marketing your community effectively
  • Selling versus renting homes
  • Case studies of successful communities
  • Tips for new land-lease community owners
  • Developing a new community (or renovating an existing one)
  • State of our industry and its future
  • Online reputation management
  • How to manage manufactured home community upgrades
  • 1-minute money makers
  • More to come!

For added information on registration, exhibiting, and sponsorship at the 2020 SECO National Conference of Community Owners Sept. 28-Oct. 1, go to