Among the featured reports below is a surprising look at possible points of agreement between Senator Elizabeth Warren – a 2020 Democratic Presidential hopeful – and President Donald J. Trump (GOP).
If so, it’s arguably a big plus for our industry, consumers, and nation. See that on What’s New on MHLivingNews.
There are several reports connected to Clayton Homes, 21st Mortgage, and a bold new effort alleged by numerous sources of Clayton trying to rig the marketplace. Names are named, facts are cited. Clayton has not yet denied it. It’s hot.
There is also developments on past and new issues regarding 21st, wholesale and other practices. See that report, further below.
There’s a new infographic packed report. It spotlights at-a-glance housing data, including manufactured home insights.
Then there are exclusive insights on NPR, PBS, and the dark money behind them, which for whatever reasons periodically target manufactured housing.
On the Masthead is a look at why no one can truly understand the macro-picture of modern manufactured homes – including why we are still at historically low production levels – without understanding Warren Buffett’s concept of the strategic, economic moat.
There are new reports last week about Cavco, their controversy – and legal maneuvers – at play there. There are surprisingly useful comments from George Soros, see that report too.
New reports from HUD Secretary Ben Carson and other HUD related issues are likewise linked below.
Fannie Mae and manufactured housing, political, economic, market news, and much more follow.
With no further adieu, here are the headlines from the week that was January 27, 2019 to February 3, 2019.
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