Generation Z or Gen Z are the rising group of workers and prospective younger home buyers that follow the Millennials. While all such simplistic presentations are obviously boiled down generalizations, they can provide independents in our industry the same type of snapshot insights normally only accessible to the industry’s giants.
Larger firms get such reports for their teams. Here on the Daily Business News on MHProNews, we want to make sure we provide “Delivering to Manufactured Home Independents & Investors Useful Intelligence for Your Professional Life.” ©
This infographic in part compares Millennials – what they refer to herein below as Gen M – with the younger Gen Z. Definitions are provided below for both groups.
As thousands of regular MHProNews know, we use a ‘wheat and chaff’ approach to people, as well as to all such data and presentations. There are doubtlessly useful insights for those hiring workers, or those who encounter a younger housing seeker. When you understand a potential worker’s or housing seeker’s attitudes better, it is easier for you to connect professionally.
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The “Need For Quality Affordable Housing Has Never Been Greater,” Says LT – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
The headline is missing two words from the original that was provided to MHLivingNews by Lending Tree (LT), via a news media release. Those missing two words? ” In Miami.” While that was accurate, it is equally accurate for the vast majority of the U.S. today, thus our edit of those two words.
In all 50 states, it is difficult for renters to afford rental housing, based upon a wage of $15 an hour. According to the National Association of Realtors, the typical renter could own a manufactured home for less than the cost of their rent.