Marcus & Millichap CEO Hessam Nadji was interviewed by Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business, in a discussion on the impact of tax reform legislation on real estate.
Nadji notes that there is a lot to unpack from the recently enacted bill.
In states with high real estate prices, there are fears of the new tax laws driving prices down, which Hessam addresses in this video.
He also provides expert insights on what the tax changes could mean for multi-family housing, rental rates, etc.
Manufactured homes (MH) are not mentioned, even though Marcus & Millichap is engaged in the land lease (MH) community sector in a serious way.
Nevertheless, the video is significant for the MH Industry, as this expert unpacks the regulatory and market forces that could spell more opportunities for manufactured housing.
Several weeks after MHLivingNews and MHProNews got exclusive comments from Professor Ken Johnson, Ph.D. at Florida Atlantic University, the national umbrella association has not yet highlighted that research as a yet another significant factor for the positive opportunities for manufactured home professionals.
Researchers Shake Up American Dream? Rent vs. Buy, Ken Johnson, Florida Atlantic University, Exclusive to ManufacturedHomeLivingNews – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
For those who want the bottom line first, new university research reveals that manufactured homes could be a superior housing value when it comes to wealth creation. With that executive summary, let’s dig into the details of the new research, and what the co-author of the university study specifically told MHLivingNews in an exclusive on-the-record statement.
But Johnson and his colleagues research are worth noting in the context of Nadji’s statements.
Uncommon Sense, Stating the Obvious, Affordable Housing Crisis, and Manufactured Homes – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
Let’s dust off some common sense. Or as some may quip – tongue-in-cheek – as uncommon sense. Manufactured homes aren’t weaker than standard conventional housing, they are as strong or stronger. Two videos with award wining professionals prove that point, by using common sense and actual video footage, to the realities vs.
Because the bottom line is that the case for manufactured housing almost sounds too good to be true. But those opportunities will only be there for those manufactured home professionals who are willing to dig in, do their homework, train their team members, and market in a way that attracts the site built, and well qualified buyers. ## (News, analysis and commentary.)
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