While there could be a debate about the ranking of the 50 states by which is the hardest working, a far clearer picture emerges on the topics of ranking states by income and credit.
Facts about income and credit scores are just facts.
But the criteria selected by Wallet Hub, which certainly uses some objective data, nevertheless mixes metrics into an amalgamated score and ranking that some could certainly debate. It’s interesting, and worth noting, because others are looking at it. ICYMI, that report – which includes recent manufactured housing data, is linked below.
Meaning of Credit Scores
Scores by State Per Core-Logic
The Daily Business News on MHProNews noted on Saturday some of the reasons and considerations for manufactured home retailers and communities to consider factors like income in your local market(s). That county-level report, is linked below.
Watch for some data and analysis in the days ahead that could prove eye-opening, and uncomfortable, but useful for manufactured housing professionals and investors.
Note that some of the sources – which are deemed reliable – came to different conclusions. But that’s possible for potentially valid reasons. For example, Experian’s data is presumably reliable for their own data pool, but other sources may have a different yet still accurate pool they are measuring from.
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