In the internet age, the amount of data that is available for a savvy manufactured home marketer is quite amazing.
This chart from Visual Capitalist and Title Max grabs data points that you could gather on your own, given some research.
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Some of the highest income counties would often be more wealthy, urban scenarios that the current state of post-production advocacy makes more difficult for manufactured housing placements, despite what the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 says.
Be sure to send a thank you note for that reality check to folks who office in Arlington, VA and their masters in Omaha-Knoxville, and their related allies.
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Democrats, Republicans Agree – “Manufactured Homes Can Play a Vital Role in Easing” the Affordable Housing Shortage – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
For years here on MHLivingNews and our professional sister site, MHProNews, we’ve worked with a simple premise. Affordable quality living is a non-partisan issue. Rephrased, that means it should be a bipartisan effort to understand and promote the most proven kind of affordable housing that America has ever known.