‘Scream If Your Rent is Too Damn High’ More Building Won’t Solve Housing Crisis, says Attorney Fran Quigley – Champion MH – Business as Usual is Dead or Dying; plus MHVille Markets-Stocks Update


“A Lack of Supply Isn’t Causing Our Housing Crisis,” says attorney Fran Quigley, who added that: “Millions of people simply do not make enough money to consistently afford market-rate housing.” Quigley directs the Health and Human Rights Clinic at Indiana University McKinney School of Law. Quigley shared his thoughts published on 8.13.2023 in left-leaning Common Dreams. Quigley advocates a perspective advanced by authors Alex Schwartz and Kirk McClure. Schwartz, a professor at the New School, literally wrote the book on U.S. housing, Housing Policy in the United States. According to Bing’s AI Chat function Schwartz mentions manufactured housing. But Quigley’s Common Dreams article does not. It is hard to champion manufactured housing when you don’t even mention it, but fortunately for the industry’s professionals, investors, and affordable housing advocates, MHProNews will unpack what Quigley said as well as what he missed in Part II of this report and analysis. That noted, Quigley’s claims are noteworthy and are provided in Part I, which follows. Note that the base featured image above was the featured image used by Common Dreams, sans the additions by MHProNews.

Part I

A Lack of Supply Isn’t Causing Our Housing Crisis

Millions of people simply do not make enough money to consistently afford market-rate housing.

A few weeks ago, I drove through my hometown of Indianapolis to a court session which had nearly 200 eviction cases set on the docket. On the way, I passed multiple construction projects, several of them building apartments or other housing.

Contrary to popular belief, all that construction won’t help the hundreds of families I saw facing eviction. Nor will it be of any benefit to almost any of the 13 million other households currently behind on their rent or mortgage or the 600,000 people who are homeless in this country.

You wouldn’t know that from listening to the Biden administrationstate governors, and think tanks, all of whom trumpet the virtues of building more housing. The New York Times diagnoses homelessness as a simple “supply-and-demand problem.”

Schwartz and McClure put it plainly: “Nationally, there is no shortage of housing, and adding to the surplus won’t resolve the nation’s affordability problems.”

The Atlantic writes that “The Obvious Answer to Homelessness” is, you guessed it, building more housing. Earlier this summer, when tenants brought their concerns about high rents to the National Multifamily Housing Council, the largest corporate landlord lobby in the country, they too were told that their struggles to afford rising rents could be solved if we just build additional housing.

How did such a powerful consensus come together? As the saying goes, follow the money. Government subsidies and tax breaks for housing construction makes real estate developers fabulously wealthy. Banks, realtors, and corporate builders prosper from new construction, too. These industries’ fingerprints are all over the reams of reports and articles claiming that we must build our way out of the housing crisis. As Politico reported in November, “Lobbyists are scrambling to get help from Washington to goose the housing market.”

Maybe we should listen instead to the housing experts whose bank accounts don’t get a boost every time a crane goes up. Take Alex Schwartz and Kirk McClure. Schwartz, a professor at the New School, literally wrote the book on U.S. housing, Housing Policy in the United States, now in its fourth edition from Routledge Press. McClure is professor emeritus in urban planning at the University of Kansas. Like Schwartz, he is a widely-published, highly-decorated expert on housing markets.

In a recent Barron’s article, Schwartz and McClure decided to look past the housing-supply hype and crunch the numbers. Those numbers show that 21st century housing construction has produced a surplus of 3.5 million units, including a surplus in virtually every metropolitan area. New York, for example, has a quarter-million more units than are needed to house its population.

Schwartz and McClure put it plainly: “Nationally, there is no shortage of housing, and adding to the surplus won’t resolve the nation’s affordability problems.” …


The balance of Quigley’s thesis is found on Common Dreams or on the linked attachment. But a few more pull quotes are useful for illustrating Quigley’s bottom-line push.


“Past the profit-focused cacophony insisting on building more housing, Schwartz’s and McClure’s warning is being repeated by others. Allan Mallach, a senior fellow at the Center for Community Progress and the National Housing Institute, concurred in large part with Schwartz and McClure in a Shelterforce article earlier this year. While Mallach does think building modestly-priced housing will help middle-income families, he rejected out of hand the notion that housing construction will solve the crisis experienced by the very low-income people who are homeless or housing insecure.” …

“So, if a lack of supply is not the problem, what is causing our housing crisis? Schwartz, McClureMallach, and others offer the straightforward explanation that is also reported annually by the National Low-Income Housing Coalition’s Out of Reach reports, which is the same explanation our clients tell us time after time: Millions of people simply do not make enough money to consistently afford market-rate housing. We routinely represent people who fell behind on rent because it amounted to 80% and more of their entire incomes from low-wage work or disability checks. As the title of a 2019 Mallach article pointed out, “Rents Will Only Go So Low, No Matter How Much We Build.”” …

“New construction won’t fix that problem. But other approaches will, including expanded and improved public housing and rent control.” …

“Schwartz, McClure, Mallach, and others call for universal housing vouchers, a fast, straightforward remedy for the shameful fact that 3 of every 4 eligible households are blocked from transformative housing subsidies simply because we don’t fund the program adequately. Universal vouchers, featured in President Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign platform, should be an interim step on the path to social housing freed of the for-profit market.”

Quigley notes that building more housing does have a side benefit of “creating good-paying jobs and providing more options for middle-income households.” But he concludes by arguing “let’s stop pretending that it will solve the affordability crisis faced by our clients and millions of other low-income Americans.”##


Part II – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary

This analysis part of the report will be in two segments following this preface. Part II, #1 will focus on some background information that is manufactured housing focused which is obliquely raised by Quigley’s column. #2 will further probe what the lack of mention of manufactured housing has to do with the value, or lack thereof, of Quigley’s thesis.


A word search of the above by the colorfully apparently pro-leftist Quigley has no mentions of “manufactured housing,” “manufactured home,” or even the dated term “mobile home.”  It is hard to imagine how an attorney involved in affordable housing policy can fail to mention manufactured homes, but Quigley has managed to do so.  As noted in the preface of this article, MHProNews asked Bing’s AI chat function: “Does Housing Policy in the United States by Alex Schwartz mention manufactured housing?”

BingsAIchatAnswerImage-MHProNews“Yes, the book “Housing Policy in the United States” by Alex F. Schwartz does mention manufactured housing. The book covers the full range of federal housing policies for renters, owners, and special needs populations. It remains accessible to all readers, from the layman to the seasoned housing policy expert12.

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It is even more interesting that Quigley failed to mention manufactured housing in the above article, when he previously authored an article that included “mobile home residents” as part of his headline on the left-leaning Jacobin website.  When Bing’s AI was asked this follow up question, here was the response. The EINNews.com item linked below points readers to both MHLivingNews and MHProNews. The featured and top result on that question is an article on Mobile and Manufactured Home Living News (MHLivingNews.com).
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Yes, Fran Quigley has mentioned manufactured housing. In fact, Fran Quigley is an author who has written about manufactured housing. One of his articles on Jacobin magazine talks about how mobile home residents are being exploited and regularly evicted by giant Wall Street firms like Blackstone1. I hope that helps!

Definitions of Fallacy, Red Herring, Straw Man, Paltering, Razzle Dazzle, Ad Hominem, The Big Lie, Misdirection, Spin, Confirmation Bias, Projecting, and Appeals to Emotion are among the common logical fallacies employed wittingly or not by many today. Understanding what these are and how to spot them can avoid drawing incorrect conclusions. 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.

MHProNews has itself cited the NLIHC Gap Report numerous times, which Quigley also referenced. The GAP Report has much useful research and information. But unfortunately, the NLIHC too have downplayed the possible remedy that more manufactured housing could provide in the marketplace. Like Quigley, the NLIHC favors more government subsidies that haven’t worked for decades.


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Loyal MHI member Darren Krolewski has said that one of the problems limiting the industry is that there is more bad news than good news. Isn’t that a call to look in the mirror? Isn’t it time for MHI and their supporters to push the organization into doing its self-proclaimed claimed job properly and successfully?






Cavco (CVCO) and Skyline Champion (SKY) – with or without Clayton Homes – could jointly or individually fund the needed litigation and/or Congressional action necessary to get good existing laws enforced.  Yet, neither are doing so. They are not alone. By failing to energetically press the issues that limit manufactured housing, aren’t those leaders failing in their fiduciary duty to investors and stakeholders?





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A key solution to the affordable housing crisis has been hiding in plain sight for years. Quigley has a limited point that if properly applied could makes sense.

Namely, that there is a need for not just more housing, but there is a need for more affordable housing.

Quigley was logically wrong not to point out manufactured housing’s possible role in solving the problem he claims to care so deeply and understandably about. Perhaps some citizens might need subsidies for a time until sufficient new affordable housing is built.  But as MHLivingNews pointed out during the Obama Administration, a proper use of millions of more new manufactured homes could in time eliminate the need for subsidized housing programs. MHLivingNews also documented, in part by using HUD’s own research, that for 50 years politicians have been talking about zoning and financing solutions without actually implementing the needed reforms.


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The only ones who can rapidly and positively impact the affordable housing crisis by potentially millions of new homes are members of factory-built housing industry.

More specifically, the manufactured housing industry is proven to be the most affordable option.


Were Abe Lincoln and Frank Rolfe Correct? Federal Agency to Present Speaker’s Insights on Why Affordable Housing and Manufactured Homes Struggle During Affordable Housing Crisis


HUD ironically is the primary regulator of HUD Code manufactured homes, yet they have failed for decades to be part of the solution. Who said? Not just Cavco’s Bill Boor in his recent remarks to Congress. But also Cavco’s Manny Santana in comments to Congress in 2012 regarding HUD’s failure to properly implement the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000 (MHIA) and its enhanced preemption provision. Such authentic and accurate history of the manufactured housing industry’s actions and inactions in the 21st century are crucial to understand in order to actually achieve the claimed goal. Namely, more affordable housing. Because Quigley is right to this extent, millions can’t afford the conventional housing that is currently being built.




Yet, MHI’s insiders appear to be more focused on consolidation than organic growth.

Until those issues are resolved – by legal, regulatory, or other action – the status quo will likely continue or grow worse. That’s reality.

Screaming if the rent is too ‘d-mn’ high might feel good for a few moments. But solutions require the hard work of implementation that goes beyond whatever smokescreens that powerful special interests which obviously like the status quo generate. They do so because they think they are profiting from it.  The irony is that they could potentially profit still more if only they were willing to do the necessary heavy lifting.  Oddly, they know that more developing and production are useful and profitable. But they still don’t do it. That may require serious inquiries and legal action to accomplish the needed remedy.  Because business as usual is dead or dying, as more people are wising up to the various ways that the system is protecting their own. ##


Drew, it’s Gary. There certainly is and it’s certainly the West Coast, certainly right up to the Northwest is area of concentration where we feel, we can actually develop communities to a better return for our shareholders than buying them at the cap rates that they’re trade at currently.” From a Seeking Alpha earnings call transcript. See that in full context at this link here: https://www.manufacturedhomepronews.com/sun-communities-3rd-quarter-new-acquisitions-sales-detail-new-sites-inside-info-plus-manufactured-home-investing-stock-updates/

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Ironically, Skyline Champion’s own investor pitch-deck provides ample evidence for manufactured housing industry underperformance. That same pitch-deck further provides evidence that Mergers and Acquisitions are a key part of their business model. What is there in such revelations that Birch and Williams miss? Bear in mind, that they are mere stand-ins who voluntarily raised their hands in defense of Berkshire and MHI firms like Skyline Champion. Notice: Several of the illustrations shown in this report can be opened in many browsers to reveal a larger size. To open this picture, click the image once. When the window opens, click it again to reveal the larger size photo. Use your browsers back key to return to the article. https://www.manufacturedhomepronews.com/masthead/true-tale-of-four-attorneys-research-into-manufactured-housing-what-they-reveal-about-why-manufactured-homes-are-underperforming-during-an-affordable-housing-crisis-facts-and-analysis/


‘Frustration and Hope’ – Law Prof Fran Quigley Slams Frank Rolfe and ‘Wall Street Holding a Gun to Mobile Home Residents’ Heads’ – Statements, Apt Manufactured Home Facts, and Expert Analysis




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