‘Going Bankrupt-First Slowly, Then Suddenly’ ‘Homelessness Surging’ in Left Coast City-Lack of Affordable Housing Root Cause–Clear Manufactured Housing Implications Unpacked; plus MHVille Markets


According to GoodReads, best-selling author Ernest Hemingway famously quipped: “How did you go bankrupt? Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.” According to left-leaning Politico and other sources, former President Barack Obama (D) “Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to f*ck things up” is also cited by the American Presidency Project. During a Democratic presidency, homelessness has surged. Democrats are in the office of the president and vice president (Joe Biden, Kamala Harris). Democrats were in charge of the House and Senate the first two years and with a Republican led House so narrowly held since the 2022 election that Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (NY-D) said Democrats still effectively control the House. These aren’t some talking points used by conservatives, they are evidence that also happened to be part of the left-leaning New York Times video op-ed posted below that explores the concern that Democratic leaders are hypocrites whose policies fail to deliver on the very principles they proclaim. In Democratic dominated states, homelessness is often surging. Johnny Harris is the journalist narrating the video. In a New York Times pinned statement under this YouTube video, is this statement: “Hi, I’m Johnny Harris, one of the producers for this Opinion Video. I’ve always wondered why famously liberal states like California and Washington struggled to advance progressive policies, so I teamed up with NYT Editorial Board member Binya Appelbaum to get some answers.” The video is by leftists, trying to understand why leftist policies are not working in Democratic run states and cities.



As a Washington, D.C. insider who served in the Trump Administration recently told MHProNews: “Elections have consequences.”

Those notions tee up the following report from the Daily Signal in Part I which is provided to MHProNews. Part II will provide additional information with more MHProNews analysis and commentary that will unpack the manufactured housing relevant aspects of this problem that is largely ignored by others in our industry’s trade media that are aligned with the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI). Understanding can help proceed needed changes. Through research and reports like this one, MHProNews aims to be part of the solution instead of part of the problem, because ignorance isn’t bliss. It is knowledge that is potential power. Oxford Languages says the definition of ignorance is a: “lack of knowledge or information.” It is no crime or sin to be ignorant, EVERYONE is ignorant on a range of subjects. But when ignorance is costing you, your loved ones, and others you should or do care about, then it is important to dig in and cure ignorance with some knowledge.

The top search result for what percentage of the country thinks the U.S. is on the wrong track produced this report from left-leaning NBC News.

QuoteMarksLeftSideThe 71% of Americans in our latest NBC News poll saying the country is headed in the wrong direction is the eighth time in the last nine NBC News surveys dating back to Oct. 2021 when the wrong track has been above 70%.

And the one exception was in Sept. 2022, when it was 68%.

We have never before seen this level of sustained pessimism in the 30-year-plus history of the poll.”

Heading into an election year, that strong wrong-track tilt ought to be a devastating fact for Democrats, who as Harris points out in the left-leaning New York Times video posted above has said that in states where Democrats are in control of the various branches of government, matters are not better, and they are often worse. MHProNews in a recent report looked at the history of progressive policies which have essentially taken over Democratic Party politics in a report linked here. Facts and evidence matter. Applying common sense in the face of facts and evidence should matter too. More on that in Part II following Part I of this report and analysis.


Part I


Homelessness Surging in Blue City Despite Doling Out Hundreds of Millions

The number of homeless people in San Francisco jumped compared to two years ago, despite the city spending hundreds of millions of dollars to address the issue, city data shows.

The total number of homeless people in San Francisco rose 7% to 8,328 in a one-night measurement in January 2024 compared to the same in 2022, reversing the 3.5% decline recorded from 2019 to 2022, according to the city’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing. Funding for homelessness from the city increased to $676 million in the 2022-23 fiscal year, up from $284 million in 2018-19, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

Despite the total number of homeless people rising, the number of unsheltered people fell 1% in January compared to the same time in 2022 as the city prioritizes providing housing, increasing the number of beds available by 28% since 2019, according to the department. The number of people living in their vehicles in January has jumped 37% since 2022, and the number of people living in shelters has spiked 39%.

“We are working every day to move people off our streets and into shelter, housing, and care,” San Francisco Mayor London Breed said in a press release following the survey. “This is safer and healthier for people on our streets, and it is better for all of us that want a cleaner and safer San Francisco. Our City workforce is dedicated to making a difference, and we will keep working to get tents off our streets, bring people indoors, and change the conditions in our neighborhoods.”

Breed is facing a tough reelection bid coming up in November later this year, holding just a slim lead over her more moderate opponents, according to The San Francisco Standard. The mayor’s unfavorability numbers are currently high and could rise higher if homelessness remains an issue.


San Francisco had a smaller jump in homelessness than the state of California as a whole, which had a 20% increase in the total number of homeless people compared to 2019, according to the department. California voters narrowly approved $6.4 billion in funding across the state for the construction of housing and treatment beds to accommodate homeless people with mental illnesses.

The increase in funding for homelessness follows a new business tax that was approved by San Francisco voters in 2018 and is specifically designed to provide funding for new housing units, rental subsidies, and mental health services, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. An individual or family needs to earn $51.25 per hour to afford a one-bedroom apartment in the city.

To address low housing availability and high costs, Breed has launched an initiative called “Housing for All” that aims to build 82,000 new homes over the next eight years through expediting housing approvals, reforming housing regulations and more. The city approved just seven new housing permits in the first two months of 2024, well behind what it would need to reach its goal.

There were just 2,024 new housing units built in all of 2024 in the city, the worst gain in a decade and a 30% drop from the year before, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. High interest rates and elevated construction costs are among the reasons for the slow growth.

San Francisco has relied heavily on nonprofits to combat homelessness despite concerns about how effectively the funding is being used, with the city’s attorney in early May accusing one nonprofit, the Providence Foundation, of stealing $100,000 of public money meant to address the issue. The Providence Foundation has received around $100 million in contracts from the city.

The city has faced recent criticism for piloting a “Managed Alcohol Program” costing $5 million that gives free beer, wine, and vodka to the homeless to help recovering alcoholics.

Breed’s office deferred the Daily Caller News Foundation to previous statements.

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Part II - Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary

The Daily Signal/Daily Caller report above said: "There were just 2,024 new housing units built in all of 2024 in the city, the worst gain in a decade and a 30% drop from the year before, according to the San Francisco Chronicle." That fits the pattern described by Harris in that NY Times video posted in the preface. MHProNews said a few months ago, via a report that pulled together key facts from years of reporting, that without abundant growth in new "mainstream" manufactured housing, the affordable housing crisis can't be solved. The math just doesn't work without manufactured homes.  Local governments, states, and federal officials can't subsidize their way into 'affordable housing.' It just doesn't work.




It isn't enough to throw manufactured housing a few bones or mentions in policy statements. Existing federal laws must be routinely and robustly enforced.

So, each of the factual points and evidence above and that follow has apparent implications for manufactured housing professionals, as well as all others.

1) In the U.S. the political left is largely Democratic. But the left may manifest itself in other political movements, like the Green Party or in the efforts of life-long Democrat turned independent Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s pitch to voters. There is an argument to be made that in this video Kennedy is trying to craft an appeal to conservatives and neutral independents without losing his core constituency, which are unhappy Democratic voters. Kennedy flatly says that he is a Kennedy Democrat. So, those conservative pundits who say that Kennedy's is pulling more from Democrats than Trump-Republicans may have a point supported by evidence in this video. Be that as it may, as millions of Democratic voters are disillusioned with the results of the most radically leftist policies in the U.S. in decades (some might say ever), Kennedy is clearly leading all other independent or smaller third-party candidates.



2) From the YouTube page where this video is posted are the following statements by Kennedy on behalf of the KennedyShanahan24 campaign.

QuoteMarksLeftSideSome people call me a “liberal,” others a “conservative,” others an “independent.” I don’t find these labels useful, but if I had to label myself, I’d say I am a classical liberal. Classical liberals stand for health and human rights, the environment, peace, transparency, and the Constitution. We believe in open, civil debate, and that elected officials should represent ALL Americans, not just their own party. I don’t care what you call me. These are the values I believe in. I have about six months left to make sure Americans know what I believe and that there is a third option come Election Day. As an independent candidate, I’ve alienated all the largest corporate donors – so I’m relying on small contributions from people like you."

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (RFK Jr.) is not an ally of Trump, he has been a Trump critic. But RFK Jr. has bluntly said that the greatest threat to the U.S. is Joe Biden. He left the Democratic Party with similar allegations as Bernie Sanders supporters made in the 2016 election cycle, when Donna Brazile (D) flatly said she found evidence that the Hillary Clinton camp had sabotaged Sanders. Brazile was the former chair for the Democratic National Committee or DNC.



3) Prior to dropping out of the Democratic nomination contest, RFK Jr. was running as a Democrat, a self-declared liberal who believes in the need to end the corrupt merger of state and corporate power (which is a definition of facism) that is threatening the U.S. with a new feudalism.  The Collins Dictionary says: "Feudalism was a system in which people were given land and protection by people of higher rank, and worked and fought for them in return." There are voices on the left and right that have said for years that America is drifting more toward corporatism, fascism, and feudalism. Feudalism means a loss of rights for the individual. Feudalism can mean less opportunities, including the opportunity for home ownership. In a feudal structure, moving from one class (lower or middle) to the upper class is more difficult.




4) Author, podcaster, Rumble investor, and talk radio pundit Dan Bongino has said for weeks that he thinks very few Trump supporters will drift into the Robert F. Kennedy Jr. camp. Bongino, who has a following of millions, thinks most of the appeal for Kennedy will come from Democrats or Democratic leaning independents. In terms of housing policies, Biden-Democratic leaders are taking their party into places where even the Black and Hispanic Coalitions (D) as well as Asians are among those 'asking' for policies to be implemented that were already promised to them.




5) Michael Weinstein is a leftist or progressive. He recently ripped Democrats as being the 'big corporate' party by calling out "Corporate Democrats." Weinstein said tens of billions of tax dollars was being wasted that was being funneled to what he called the affordable housing industrial complex. Note that each of these facts has implications for manufactured housing industry professionals.




6) Nathan Smith is a prominent Democrat who has years of obvious ties to the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) leadership. MHI is supposed to be politically neutral. There is no doubt that the MHI PAC gives to both Democrats and Republicans. But is MHI neutral in practice? Why, for example, has MHI openly backed a Democratic plan that fails to mention the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 and its enhanced preemption authority, which MHI and the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) teamed up to help enact?




7) MHI has openly aligned with the competitors of manufactured housing from the conventional housing world.




8) Before, during, and since the recent Innovative Housing Showcase, MHI has aligned itself as a 'partner' of HUD and has demonstrably failed to promote HUD Code manufactured housing, which should be at the core of its mission. Note the logo in the top right of the featured image below, which is from MHI's website. It says MHI is "Celebrating" "50 years of partnership with HUD." If they are such good partners, why isn't the enhanced preemption provision of the MHIA being properly enforced decades after it was enacted? The man who is their own chairman at this time, Cavco CEO William "Bill" Boor, said as much on behalf of MHI less than a year ago in remarks to Congress.




9) In MHI CEO Lesli Gooch's recent letter to the editor of the left-leaning Washington Post has once again failed to mention enhanced preemption. In stark contrast to MHARR, which has laser focused on the need to get federal preemption and the Duty to Serve "mainstream" manufactured housing both enforced, MHI is seemingly all over the map, posturing, endorsing, holding meetings, doing photo and video ops, supporting, and preening - all without accomplishing its claimed goals. By contrast, MHARR recentlyMarkWeissPhotoMHARRManufacturedHousingAssociationForRegulatoryReformLogoWeissJD-PresidentCEOofMHARR-MHProNews drilled down to this.

"While there are multiple factors having a negative impact on the affordable, mainstream manufactured housing market, there are two in particular that, over the long-term, have prevented the industry from reaching its full potential as the nation’s premiere source of affordable, non-subsidized homeownership. These post-production bottlenecks, specifically addressed in MHARR’s May 1, 2024 communications are: (1) the failure of FHFA and the FHFA-regulated Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) (i.e., Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac), to provide any type of securitization or secondary market support for the dominant personal property consumer financing sector of the manufactured housing market under the statutory Duty to Serve Underserved Markets (DTS) mandate; and (2) HUD’s failure to utilize the enhanced federal preemption of the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 (2000 Reform Law) (i.e.existing law) to invalidate – or even challenge – discriminatory and exclusionary zoning laws targeting manufactured housing and manufactured housing residents."


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10) MHProNews recently did a "Friday Follies" to demonstrate just how poorly MHI was doing at accomplishing its own stated goals.  MHI can't get consistent or accurate on even basic information.  The MHI board apparently has no interest in holding Lesli Gooch or Mark Bowersox accountable.




11) Whether or not his effort works, MHI member emeritus George Allen has at least declared a goal that upstages MHI. Allen says the industry should seek to double production.  Set aside for few moments the fact that Allen apparently plans to benefit from such an effort. Why hasn't MHI set its own goal of doubling production in a roughly two-year period?




12) Per left-leaning Bing's AI powered Copilot, there were no apparent responses made to David Roden's outreach to Gooch, Bowersox, and other MHI leaders.




13) Though MHARR collects no direct dues from the land-lease manufactured home community (MHC) sector of the industry, they nevertheless responded to Roden. It is MHI that has a "National Communities Council" (NCC) division. Why is there no public response to a widely shared request from Roden on why MHI is not properly promoting the industry during an affordable housing crisis?




14) To be clear, it isn't that MHI is the root of all that has gone wrong in manufactured housing. MHI may be a symptom or a tool for those corporate interests that an MHI insider told MHProNews was being run by "f-cking greedy" leaders who were self-serving. That is not far from the mark, though in a more crudely expressed fashion, than what longtime MHI member Marty Lavin had to say about the trade group.






15) The recent "investigation" by a regional New Mexico news channel exposed yet another MHI member and others linked with MHI. The early indications are that the report below has roared near the top of the most-read on MHProNews at this time. Given days to weigh in, MHI's communication professional Molly Boyle, who is also designated for that duty by Legacy Communities, remained silent.


‘Mad as Hell’ KOB 4 Investigates Legacy Communities, Coare Communities, Rolfe’s MHU Cited-‘Mobile Home Monopoly’ Emblazoned by Regional News ‘Inside America’s Mobile Home Crisis’ ‘They’re Vulnerable’


16) Two leading publicly traded firms that are MHI members have made it clear that stock buybacks appear to be a more important priority than investing in efforts to organically grow the industry.






17) A year has come and gone since analyst Greg Palm asked Cavco Industries CEO Boor, why is manufactured housing production so weak? 


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'Pardon me,' but the replies to that inquiry are demonstrably ludicrous and self-contradictory.




18) Frank Rolfe isn't reportedly running for sainthood, at least not at this time. But Rolfe has called out MHI numbers of times over the years as being an important part of the problem. Rolfe "blames" MHI. Rolfe and his partner Dave Reynolds are higher profile MHI members.


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19) There is a lot of posturing underway in MHVille, and America more broadly. Paltering, propaganda, gas lighting efforts, and bold lies are all rising to what might be described as a fever pitch.



MSNBC’s Joy Reid Moans-‘Biden Starting Another F-cking War,’ Plutocrats, Fatherhood Facts, Pelosi, Whitmer, Trump Conviction Stirs Up Dem Base-News Roundups plus MHVille Sunday Headlines Recap


20) "Conservatives" in a kind of Trumpian mold opposing illegal immigration and big government and globalist policies, have been winning more in recent elections in Europe. The progressive and bigger government agenda since Woodrow Wilson's day took root in the U.S. But it has not produced the promised results, as Part I and the preface illustrated. At a minimum, MHI should be aware of those facts, and ought to be proposing policies that benefit our industry instead of undermining it.  Argentina's Javier Milei has reportedly achieved the lowest inflation levels in his country in 2 years within just months of coming into office. Milei is showing that the way to avoid governmental default and bankruptcy, at first slowly and then suddenly, is to enact common sense and evidence-based reforms that remove the fat from government and thus allow the free market to perform.







It didn't take long for millions to realize that Bidenomics was producing more inflation due to what then House Majority Whip James Clyburn (SC-D) admitted was intentional policies.

Housing is far less affordable. Of course, homelessness is rising. Federal data proved that already.



Poverty is rising.  The economic gains during the Trump years has been largely taken from retirees, the working and middle classes. It didn't take long for right-track wrong-track polling to reflect what American pocketbooks were telling voters. Bidenomics has failed. Even a close look at left-leaning sources can make that clear.


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“The income needed to comfortably afford a home is up 80% since 2020, while median income has risen 23% in that time,” the report states. That equates to $47,000 more than four years ago.

“Home shoppers today need to make more than $106,000 to comfortably afford a home,” according to the report. “That is 80% more than in January 2020.” - per the Center Square on 3.14.2024 based on Zillow Research. Note: depending on your browser or device, many images in this report and others on MHProNews can be clicked to expand. Click the image and follow the prompts. For example, in some browsers/devices you click the image and select 'open in a new window.' After clicking that selection, you click the image in the open window to expand the image to a larger size. To return to this page, use your back key, escape or follow the prompts.


21) Is there enough pain in the U.S. for traditional Democratic voters to break ranks with the Democratic Party and push for authentic reform? That remains to be seen. But MHProNews will continue to report on the realities and evidence on the ground, so that industry members who are thinking of long-term organic growth, rather than merely more industry consolidation, can inform others in an intelligent way so that they can vote their self-interest in the upcoming 2024 general election. ##



‘Hit the Ball and Drag Jack’ What Classic Golfer Jest Teaches Career and Growth-Minded Manufactured Home Professionals About Manufactured Housing Institute; plus Sunday Weekly Headlines Recap

Part III - Our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.


This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening's market report at the closing bell, so that investors can see-at-glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) 'market moving' headlines for a more balanced report.

The macro market moves graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see 'at a glance' how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day, readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that may be impacting manufactured housing connected investing.


Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business - 6.17.2024

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Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax - 6.17.2024

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