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Video and The Challenge of Filling the Older Manufactured Home Community

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There are many ways that a person can present the facts. We happen to advocate telling the truth, in the best possible light. What does that mean with video? How do you approach filling spaces in vacant MHCs, when there are an estimated 400,000 vacant manufactured home community sites from coast-to-coast?  If you retail homes …

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The Mouse that Roared – Media, Marketing, Financing, CFPB and Manufactured Housing Sales

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Pop quiz time. Does financing influence the levels of manufactured housing sales? Of course it does. An objective thinker need not look farther than what happened in the site-built housing market in 2008 for evidence. Choke off lending, and conventional real estate crashed in value. The slow, painful climb back up for housing has in …

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Champion Homebuilder’s Jack Lawless Points the way to Manufactured Housing Sales Growth

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It is axiomatic that proven leaders are more listened to than 'losers,' and for good reasons. You can learn from anyone, we can learn from mistakes (our own or that of others), but performers often inspire others to greater performance. Which is perhaps why the high-flying Florida Manufactured Housing Association (FMHA) had rapidly rising Champion …

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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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