As a series of business and economic reports last week reflected, 2016 ended on several positive notes that could bode well for a good 2017.
Nevertheless, the factory built home industry still faces some old, familiar challenges. The recent NPR reports that put investor-owned manufactured home communities in a largely negative light is but one example.
With a more business-friendly administration less than 3 weeks from taking office, the renewed optimism that regulatory, tax, ObamaCare, energy, and other issues that previously slowed business and job growth can now be successfully addressed.
As the 2017 Louisville Show is approaching rapidly, 2017 could well start with a roar for our factory-built home industry.
MHProNews Temporary Service Interruption – Upgrade Update
Regrettably, after a few days of attempting to resolve issues that were reported to Daily Business News readers in this article linked below:
…Liquid Web reported last night and again this morning that they are unable to make further progress, at least at this time.
MHProNews’ parent company – LifeStyle Factory Homes, LLC – has engaged other technical support and our own people to correct and complete what was mistakenly caused by Liquid Web, our otherwise respected server company that has previously served our operations well for many years.
MHLivingNews.com continues to be unaffected by the glitches that have impacted MHProNews.
The upshot of that is that the MHProNews home page appearance and other functions may be impacted. We will attempt to minimize that for our readers, while continuing our 7 plus year tradition of providing the most “Industry News, Tips and Views Pros Can Use.” ©
Due to delays caused by the technical issues above, the Featured Articles for January 2017 may go live on Thursday, January 5th. We will keep our readers posted as these technical and related items are worked through and around. The final goal will be to have an upgraded site with a new look, hopefully in the next few weeks.
From all us to all of you, we wish you a happy and prosperous New Year in 2017. ##
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Submitted by Soheyla Kovach to the Daily Business News on MHProNews.com