It’s a serious question.
The question could be based upon numerous possible examples.
But let’s pick just one. It’s the screen capture below from a recent issue of MHVillage produced MHInsider, advertising – of course – their sister brand, Datacomp. To see the screen capture below full size, click to download, then open.
How does that message help the understanding that manufactured homes can and do appreciate in value?
Why aren’t they promoting instead the research by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) Scholastica Cororaton that said that manufactured homes often increase in value?
Valuations to a certain extent is in the eyes of the beholder. Doesn’t this Datacomp/MHVillage promote the notion that manufactured homes lose value?
To see the NAR research from 2018, click below and read their report.
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