Rent Control Debate Spreads, per USA Today, as ‘Rents and Evictions Rise Across’ Country – Manufactured Home Opportunities Abound, But… Fiat Currency Primer; plus MHVille Markets Update


“As rents and evictions rise across the country, more cities and states debate rent control,” wrote Claire Thorton in left-leaning USA Today on 8.21.2023. “The difference between housing and food is you can eat less, but with housing, at some point you’ll be homeless,” Thorton quoted Gary Blasi, described in her USA Today report as a public interest lawyer and housing rights expert in Los Angeles. “The market says you can have all the housing you can afford. And if you can’t afford any, then you’re on the street.” Thorton cites several examples in building her case. Perhaps unsurprisingly missing from her report were the word combinations: ‘manufactured home,’ ‘manufactured housing,’ or even the incorrect but all too common usage of ‘mobile home.’

Not surprising, but equally missing from her pitch, err, report on rent control are the words “Manufactured Housing Institute.”

  • Part I will provide additional information from Thorton’s USA Today report as carried by MSN.
  • Part II will be additional information with more MHProNews analysis and commentary.
  • Part III is our Daily Business News on MHProNews market report.

With that battle plan for this report and analysis, let’s proceed.


Part I

Per Thorton via USA Today:

California will vote in 2024 for allowing statewide rent control after supporters gathered 800,000 signatures. Current CA state rent law doesn’t allow it on buildings built since 1995, which the proposal would allow.

In Seattle, Census data shows rents rose over 90% between 2010 and 2020, but their city council voted against rent control annual increase caps after landlords said it would hurt them financially.

Two landlord groups filed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn New York City’s rent stabilization law, which limits rent increases for more than one million units there. Said Thorton: “If New York’s law — one of the oldest in the country — is ruled unconstitutional, other rent control ordinances across the country will become vulnerable.”

Thorton’s USA Today article made the following points, each of which are quoted remarks from her report.

  • Oregon: In 2019, Oregon became the first state to enact statewide rent control. The law restricts rent increases to 7% plus inflation. In recent years, that’s meant landlords are allowed to hike rent by up to 14%, Oregon Public Broadcasting reported.
  • New Jersey: New Jersey has historically had some of the strongest statewide tenant protections in the country, in addition to local rent control ordinances. And “there are concerted efforts from landlord groups to chip away at them,” said Renée Steinhagen, director of New Jersey Appleseed, a public interest law center.
  • Minneapolis: In June, the Minneapolis City Council voted not to put a 3% rent increase cap on the ballot in the fall, after advocates in 2021 decided to allow the council to regulate rent policies.
  • Colorado: In April, state lawmakers failed to pass a bill that would have allowed cities to place some limits on rent increases. The bill would have allowed rents to rise higher than inflation, Colorado Public Radio news reported.
  • Many property owners, including apartment associations, have argued the measures will disincentivize developers from building new apartments and hurt the balance sheets of smaller landlords.
  • Affordable housing experts point to the fact that existing and proposed rent control measures still allow landlords to raise rent, they just place much-needed restrictions on the amount landlords can raise it by in a certain timeframe.
  • “Rent control is a negotiation about exactly how much we are willing to accept landlords’ desire for endless profit at the expense of tenants,” said Alex Ferrer, a housing researcher with the Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy at the University of California, Los Angeles.
  • In recent years, places that have weak rent stabilization measures, including PhoenixNashville, and Las Vegas, saw rents rise by more than 20% on average.
  • Rising rents, displacement and formal evictions all contribute to the nation’s homelessness epidemic, housing advocates say. Nearly one-third of the U.S. homeless population lives in California, which has the greatest number of rent-burdened households, according to Blasi.
  • “It is so much easier to keep someone housed, and cheaper to keep them housed, than it is to deal with the situation after they lose their housing,” Blasi said.


Part II – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary 

It apparently doesn’t merit Thorton’s or her USA Today’s editor(s) to quote someone that says that rent control may seem to be an appealing or necessary short-term fix, but that rent control ultimately doesn’t cure the underlying problem.

Nor is it just ‘more housing’ that is needed, as some anti-rent control people may argue. Rather, it is more affordable housing that is needed. And that affordable housing is needed rapidly and near where employees and business owners have their jobs and attention-demanding investments.

Rent control has been an issue for decades, as Thorton’s own report revealed. According to the Urban Institute: “The first local rent-control laws in the US were adopted in the 1920s, and they gained prominence over the next few decades.”

As Paul Bradley for ROC USA said to MHProNews. 


Those in or out of a manufactured home that feel the financial pressures that lead them to call for rent control are not normally assuaged by the arguments that rent control doesn’t help. When the rents are ‘too d-amn high’ the main thing on those minds is what can be done to keep them from becoming homeless. So, as MHProNews reported just days ago, there is increasing efforts to get a kind of ‘back door’ rent control through the Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs – Enterprises) of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.


Backdoor U.S. Rent Control via GSEs Looms – Manufactured Housing Institute and Broad Housing Coalition Push FHFA-Revelations Emerge – Bidenland Obstacles-Opportunities; plus MHMarkets Update


So, while MHI has joined that anti-rent control coalition, where is MHI’s success in getting those same groups to support the full and proper implementation of manufactured housing enhanced preemption which was part of the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 (MHIA)? When MHI’s supposed goals are held up next to their housing coalition efforts, what becomes apparent is that MHI gives support to housing rivals. But there seems to be an absence of reverse support from those other housing coalition members that MHI touts to back to the manufactured housing industry’s specific needs. More on that shortly and how manufactured housing can be part of the solution instead of part of the problem.


What Manufactured Housing Can’t Fix – a Primer on ‘Inflation,’ Fiat Currency and TANSTAAFL

What manufactured housing can’t ‘fix’ is the underlying cause of inflation. MHProNews has been reporting for over 2 years that “Bidenomics” era inflation was coming and when that inflation began to manifest its ugly effects. The story of debasing currency is nearly as old as civilization itself. A combination of factors is at play, including ‘free’ money from the government and a debasement of the fiat U.S. currency. As Communist China, Russia, and other nations have been chipping away at the international monetary system which was long underpinned by the U.S. dollar during Biden’s White House residency, a series of ‘perfect storms’ are hitting everyday Americans. As Larry Fink aptly called it, this is part of a “polycrisis.”

Part of that polycrisis is possible because of a widespread ignorance of the economic system. What used to be part of basic civics classes in the U.S. for middle school/junior high-level students is either no longer being properly taught, or is no longer being properly grasped, take your pick. An occasional unscientific but insightful test performed by this writer is this. Try the following. Ask any store clerk in any store the following question. What is TANSTAAFL? If you find one that knows the correct answer, feel free to give them a high five or whatever praise you deem appropriate.





Perhaps as rare are those who grasp that a fiat currency is part of the problem too. That slow-roll of the American people has been underway for over a century.  Investopedia explains a fiat currency in this fashion. “Fiat money is a government-issued currency that is not backed by a physical commodity, such as gold or silver, but rather by the government that issued it.”

Investopedia aptly continues as follows.

QuoteMarksLeftSideMost modern paper currencies are fiat currencies, including the U.S. dollar, the euro, and other major global currencies.

  • Fiat money is a government-issued currency that is not backed by a commodity such as gold.
  • Fiat money gives central banks greater control over the economy because they can control how much money is printed.
  • Most modern paper currencies, such as the U.S. dollar, are fiat currencies.
  • One danger of fiat money is that governments can print too much of it, resulting in hyperinflation.

Understanding Fiat Money

The term “fiat” is a Latin word that is often translated as “it shall be” or “let it be done.” Thus fiat currencies only have value because the government maintains that value; there is no utility to fiat money in itself.

Before fiat currency came about, governments would mint coins out of a valuable physical commodity, such as gold or silver, or print paper money that could be redeemed for a set amount of a physical commodity. Fiat, however, is inconvertible and cannot be redeemed simply because there is no underlying commodity backing it.”


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This collage from sources as shown isn’t meant to be a pitch for investing in precious metals or crypto, as wise (or not) as some such investments can be as a possible hedge against the inflating (devaluation) of a fiat or paper currency. Rather, this infographic gives lessons in plain facts that the founding fathers understood. The Constitution speaks of coining money and regulating its value as a power delegated to Congress. No such power was given to a private banking system. “Article I, Section 8, Clause 5: [The Congress shall have Power . . . ] To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;…” As the corrosive effects on society of fiat paper money sinks in, some are pushing for digital currencies (including crypto) – but notably CBDCs or a “Central Bank Digital Currency.” Among the problems with CBDCs is a loss of privacy and a loss of independence or personal freedom. 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.

History reminds us that debasing a currency can occur with precious metals too, but it is trickier and more subtle.  As Investopedia noted: “Roman emperor Nero began debasing Roman currency around 60 AD by reducing its silver content from 100% to 90%. Over the next 150 years, the silver content was reduced to 50%. By 265 AD, the silver content was down to 5%.”  A currency is the most useful for the masses when it is ‘honest money.’ When debased currency is used, those who issue it may benefit initially before its debased nature is grasped by the market, and prices ‘go up’ accordingly.

Much of what millions think of as ‘money’ in modern America (and in other countries around the world) is an illusion, because it is fiat money. There is no intrinsic value to the paper beyond the peoples’ willingness to accept it as a unit of exchange in transactions of whatever kind.  Politicians may grasp these truths, and then take advantage of the widespread ignorance on the part of much if not most of the population.  Nor is that hypothetical. As MHProNews reported at the time, then House Majority Whip James Clyburn (SC-D) said that his party understood that they were ‘causing’ inflation, but they justified it as being better for the people. Seriously? Yes, they were serious as the video and Clyburn’s explanation shown below reveals.




The ‘convenience’ of paper and digital currencies thus have their own unique risks.   It is worth noting that one of the most popular (most read) recent reports on MHProNews is the one linked below. The report below goes into detail to reveal the facts and risks involved in the push for CBDCs.


What are CBDCs? The Buzz and Controversy Over CBDCs – What MHVille Pros Should Know – Facts, Various Viewpoints, Survey Results, and Analysis


What Manufactured Housing Can Improve and Thus Benefit from While Serving Others

The now late community leader Robert “Bob” Van Cleef who said rent control should be temporary as a transitionary tool until a robust implementation of the MHIA of 2000 and existing laws such as DTS for more affordable financing kick in. It seems that Van Cleef understood the “insanity” of to MHI’s leadership, which they either don’t get or don’t sincerely mean. Compare and contrast what Van Cleef said and what MHI’s CEO Lesli Gooch has argued.




‘What Really Matters?’ The Aggrandizement of Madam, CEO, Dr. Lesli Gooch, Ph.D. – Almost a Woman of Influence Two Years Running; plus Sunday Weekly Manufactured Housing Industry Headlines Review


The obvious solution for MHI should include the type of pivot that occurred in the later part of the 1990s, when MHI’s corporate leaders put fresh thinking in place and embraced MHARR in the effort that rapidly enacted the MHIA in the first place.  The fact that such hasn’t occurred in recent years should speak volumes to those who understand the realities vs. the fantasy yarn that MHI and their surrogates’ spin.

MHARR’s Mark Weiss bluntly put Gooch and her thinking in place in an exclusive Q&A with MHLivingNews.




Manipulation of others dates back to the Garden of Eden, when the devilish serpent known as Satan paltered in order to trick Adam and Eve into thinking that they could be ‘like God’ by eating a piece of forbidden fruit. What Satan didn’t explain to Adam and Eve is that God had already made humans ‘in the divine image.’  Humans were already ‘like God’ in numerous ways, even though they could never BE God. “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” (Genesis 1:17 NIV per Bible Hub).

Much of what has gone wrong in our country, or others, is caused by ignorance of important facts.

Reality can only be denied to a certain point, before the effects of reality come crashing down.

Rent control is being called for due to a range of factors, including, but not limited to, people pushing back against the effects of the policies decisions by the Federal Reserve System and spending of borrowed dollars during Biden’s term in the White House. That said, in fairness, the ‘value’ of our currency has constantly been debased, and this has been incrementally done during key Democratic (e.g.: Woodrow Wilson) and Republican (e.g.: Richard Nixon) administrations.  Republicans may appear to be better in certain ways at certain times (for example, freeing the slaves and ending chattel slavery, giving women the right to vote, etc.), and something similar might be said about specific Democrats at certain times (e.g.: Andrew Jackson and the battle over the banking system during his presidency). Platforms and policies matter. Which is why the stances of candidates on these issues during the primary season are so important.

Glenn Greenwald made a useful point recently, which is why MHProNews featured his thoughts below. While his phrasing is arguably imperfect, the underlying notion is useful and instructive.



The future of our country is being decided day by day due to “rich men north of Richmond.”  On this date there are 34 million views of this video. Millions more have viewed it via other social media platforms.



There is an awakening of sorts underway. That awakening is still imperfect. So long as people fail to cling to traditional truths, they will be subject to manipulation by those who may not geographically live ‘north of Richmond (i.e.: Washington, D.C.), but who nevertheless exert significant control over those politicos and bureaucrats.

The founders of the U.S.A. risked their lives and fortunes to gain liberation from the English and crown monopolists. They established a system of checks and balances to limit government, because they knew just how corrupt government tended to become.  The reactions against Joe Biden’s appearance in Hawaii speak volumes as to the apparently insincere use of helicopter money while tens of billions of dollars has been spent on a war in Ukraine that could have been avoided in the first place of Biden and others have acted to stop Putin’s invasion before it started.  But part of the game being played by “rich men” connected to those politicos and bureaucrats “north of Richmond” is causing a crisis in order to profit from that crisis.

There is a serious need to learn, relearn – and quickly – how ‘the system’ actually operates vs. how it is supposed to operate. MHProNews has been doing our part by providing periodic reports on issues that literally no one else in manufactured housing trade media can or has offered.


‘It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times’ – Make the Current U.S. Crisis Pay – How to Beat Corrupt Leftists at Their Own Game; plus Sunday Weekly MHVille Headlines Recap

‘Lawfare’ Target – America First Legal Sues for Allegedly Misleading Shareholders; Cornelia Woll-Trends in Corporate Crimes; Lessons for Manufactured Housing Industry; plus, MHVille Market Updates

Don’t Just Be a Victim! Sales Guru Anthony Iannarino Explains “How to Beat a Rigged System” Unpacking and Exploring Success Principles, Takeaways and Tactics; plus, MHVille Markets Update

‘Americans Subject to Bureaucracy Tyranny’-Supreme Court Case Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo–‘Many Bureaucrats Don’t Give a D-mn About Voters;’ Chevron Deference Amicus Brief; plus MHStocks

Timely James Madison Insights+Rare Reprint–‘Documents Illustrative of the Formation of the Union of the American States’–In Agitated Era Know Footings of Your Rights; plus MHVille Stock Updates

‘Miracle on Main Street’ F. Tupper Saussy; Hull Univ-‘News Written to Inform Readers of Info Needed/Wanted About Events/Current Affairs,’ Looking Back-Ahead Op-Ed; plus MHVille Markets Update


We provide those kinds of reports, without ignoring the reports on manufactured housing specifically.


Sun Communities, Inc. (SUI) Reports 2023 Second Quarter and Year-to-Date Results Through June 30, 2023, What CEO Gary Shiffman Did, Didn’t Say; plus MHVille Stocks, REITs Updates

More ECN Capital-Skyline Champion Deal with New Triad President Lance Hull Remarks – is Claytonization of Largest Independent Manufactured Home Lender Triad Financial Services Underway?

Manufactured Housing Production-Shipment Data for All 50 States – Compare and Contrast MHI’s and MHARR’s Remarks About the Most Recent National Manufactured Home Data; plus MHStocks Update

‘Broad-Based Housing Shortage Caused Rising Home Costs Including Manufactured Homes’ MMI ‘National Report on Manufactured Home Communities’ 2023 Facts-Analysis-Views -Contraction or Growth Ahead?

Backdoor U.S. Rent Control via GSEs Looms – Manufactured Housing Institute and Broad Housing Coalition Push FHFA-Revelations Emerge – Bidenland Obstacles-Opportunities; plus MHMarkets Update

‘Community Focused’ Chattel Lender ZippyMH Leaders Respond to Inquiries on Funding Sources, Ties to Clayton Homes, Berkshire Hathaway Linked Manufactured Housing Lenders, Clayton Bank, and More



Reports like those, and readers like you, have made and kept us as the runaway number 1 source for manufactured housing “Industry News, Tips, and Views Pros Can Use© where “We Provide, You Decide.” ©  Our thanks to our sources, tipsters, sponsors, God and all others who make this platform and our day-by-day work possible.


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Part III. Daily Business News on MHProNews Markets and Headline News Segment


Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – from the evening of 8.22.2023

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  • In addition to mortgage rates above 7%, prices are rising again after five months of year-over-year declines
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods blames ‘increasingly serious’ theft problem for profit plunge
  • Lachlan Murdoch, Fox Corporation CEO.
  • Lachlan Murdoch pays over $800,000 in legal fees to Australian publisher after abandoning defamation suit
  • A Cruise autonomous taxi in San Francisco, California, US, on Thursday Aug. 10, 2023.
  • GM’s Cruise slashed fleet of robotaxis by 50% in San Francisco after collisions
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  • New York Red Bull tickets usually cost $46. Here’s what they cost now that Messi is playing
  • FTX cryptocurrency exchange founder Sam Bankman-Fried, wearing prison clothing, stands between his attorneys Mark Cohen and Christian Everdell in Manhattan federal court where he plead guilty to seven criminal charges contained in a new indictment during a hearing before U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn in New York City, U.S. August 22, 2023 in a courtroom sketch.
  • Vegan Sam Bankman-Fried is subsisting only on bread and water in jail, his attorneys say
  • A virtually unknown conservative singer just rocketed to the top of the charts. Here’s why it won’t be the last time
  • Gina Raimondo, U.S. secretary of commerce, at a news conference during the US-EU Trade and Technology Council meeting in College Park, Maryland, US, on Monday, Dec. 5, 2022. The US and the European Union aim to work together to counter what they call non-market policies, including in China, according to a draft statement ahead of the high-level talks taking place today. Photographer: Ting Shen/Bloomberg via Getty Images
  • US commerce secretary will visit China next week at a critical moment for the world’s top two economies
  • England, London, Westminster, Whitehall, HM Treasury Building at the Corner of Parliament Square and Parliament Street. (Photo by: Steve Vidler/Prisma by Dukas/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
  • Why inflation makes Britain’s debt the costliest among rich economies
  • A general top view of the skyline from Lujiazui and the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China is being captured on August 7, 2023.
  • China’s economy is in trouble. Here’s what’s gone wrong
  • More bad news for Bud Light as Modelo soars in sales
  • Microsoft gives ground on streaming in bid to remove UK block on Activision deal
  • Meta’s Threads is finally available on desktop
  • Shoppers are trading down, even in secondhand purchases
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  • Will Chinese deflation help cure the West’s inflation problem?
  • Popeyes is coming back to China in a big way
  • UPS strike threat isn’t over: Teamsters will announce today whether UPS workers approve a new contract
  • China fines US due diligence firm Mintz Group $1.5 million for ‘unapproved’ investigations
  • S&P downgrades five US banks following Moody’s lead
  • Arm’s mega IPO could be just around the corner, a year after the biggest chip deal in history fell apart
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  • McCarthy: School Stuff Costs More Under Bidenomics
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