“Mobile homes” * [SIC] have traditionally served less affluent buyers, says the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), in the video posted below.
That may be statistically true, but the WSJ correctly points to a trend of a wealthier class of manufactured home buyers.
That’s not new for regular readers of MHLivingNews.com. We’ve interviewed a number of millionaires who live in manufactured homes, and have reported on the rich, famous and even billionaires who own their own HUD Code manufactured home.
But it may be a surprise to tens of millions of Americans.
The data from an upcoming report on the Daily Business News will underscore both the obstacles and the opportunities that the manufactured home industry has, today. Stay tuned for the news that can help you navigate the challenges, and by following common sense realities, could significantly grow your business.
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- Note: “SIC” means the typo or technical error is found in the original.
The Ultimate Manufactured Home Industry Fact$, Data, and Insights – Bullets plus at-a-Glance Infographic – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
Today we’ll keep it shorter than normal, because we want you to be able to focus on the infographic and data provided below. We could sum this up like this. There is a lot of misinformation about modern manufactured homes, starting with terminology. From there, one can move on to issues of quality, durability, appreciation, and more.
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Submitted by Soheyla Kovach to the Daily Business News for MHProNews.com.
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