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Manufactured Housing facts from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Report

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The following information comes to us from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), forwarded from various state executive directors and MHI. “We estimate that in 2014 the average price of new manufactured homes (including the cost of lot development) is $53,230 for single homes and $100,259 for double homes. Increasing the price of new …

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Selling $2,000 – $20,000 “Mobile Homes” vs. Selling $40,000 – $200,000+ Factory Built Homes

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It is amazing that so many in the manufactured housing industry are stuck selling homes priced under $30,000. Don't get me wrong! Any sale that fills a vacant home/site or moves another home out of a street retailer's inventory is good. But until the majority of communities and retailers learn how to selling homes priced …

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No Guts, no Glory

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I recall the first time I heard an industry pro tell me 'no guts, no glory,' back in the early 80s.  In marketing and sales that statement still rings true today. Too many sales people in our industry are going after the low hanging fruit that falls in their laps.  We see credit scores in …

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