The Mobile Home Glossary: Common Industry Terms Defined
There are a lot of words and phrases we use here in the mobile home industry that aren’t terms often heard in other parts of home and work life.
This is how much money you need to make to afford rent in every state
The rule of thumb on how much a person should budget for rent is 25% to 30% of monthly income...
A New Home for $90,000? Manufactured Housing Is Making a Comeback
While others walked away from manufactured homes, Don Glisson Jr. stuck around.
The Urbanist Case for Trailer Parks
You want density and affordability? You should want manufactured housing. Too bad it’s often illegal.
Blackstone Makes First Bet on Manufactured Housing
Blackstone Group LP has made its first bet on manufactured housing by buying a portfolio of communities sold by Tricon Capital Group Inc.
Top 20 Jobs People Are Searching For
Job searches for mobile home park managers are up 811%
US Income Inequality Continues to Grow
In 2015, the top 1 percent of families in the United States made more than 25 times what families in the bottom 99 percent did...
American Financial Resources Offers New Manufactured Housing Finance Option
AFR will finance manufactured homes via Fannie Mae's new MH Advantage initiative
It’s becoming economically desirable to live in a trailer park
America’s growing affordability housing gap is forcing many people to rethink the traditional single family home.
U.S. Has Gap of Over 7.2 Million Affordable and Available Rental Homes
No state has an adequate supply of housing for the lowest-income renters, reports NLIHC.
Manufactured Housing: The Investment Opportunity No One Is Talking About
In America’s most expensive cities, residents have found a more affordable pathway to homeownership: manufactured housing.
I celebrated holidays in a trailer. Don’t put it down, it was home.
Mobile homes could help solve the affordable housing crisis and help people recover from disasters. They should not be synonymous with slurs.
Mobile-home parks represent changing face of affordable housing challenge
The changing demographics of mobile homes, including a growing Latinx population, shine a light on larger changes in the U.S.
In Silicon Valley, even mobile homes are getting too pricey for longtime residents
During the last week of March, Apple reached a record market value of $754 billion, Google tweaked a policy to protect its $22-billion-a-quarter
7 Powerful Benefits To Mobile Home Park Investing
Single family homes are being scooped up by homeowners attempting to get their next home before interest rates rise.
Fannie, Freddie to back manufactured housing
Pushed by their regulator, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are planning to support the market for chattel loans on manufactured housing.
Why Time Magazine Loves The Mobile Home Park Business
Time magazine recently released an article titled “The Home of the Future”, which can be found at this link http://time.com/4710619/the-home-of-the-fu
Manufactured Housing Review
News and educational articles to help you run your business in the manufactured home industry.
6 Reasons Mobile Home Park Investing Rocks
In my continuing efforts to identify some of the most alluring alternative real estate investment asset classes
The Home of the Future
For feeling good while getting around, it's pretty hard to beat the mild glide of a golf cart.
Why 2017 Is The Year Of The Mobile Home Park
The mobile home park has been around as a real estate sector for over half a century. However, it has remained in complete obscurity except for a few
Mobile Home Parks Are a Viable Investment
There's money to be made in being a cheap alternative in an expensive real estate market.
How To Unlock Value In Manufactured Housing
One of the most widely followed of all economic and financial trends is housing.
Percent of Housing Units That are Mobile Homes (most recent) by state
DEFINITION: Percent of Housing Units That are Mobile Homes, 2004
The Mobile Home Park Investing Podcast
Welcome to thee podcast that will teach you how to successfully invest in and build steady streams of passive income from the highly lucrative niche
America’s trailer parks: the residents may be poor but the owners are getting rich
he number one rule is stated twice, once in the classroom and once on the bus: “Don’t make fun of the residents."
Mobile home park investors bet on older, poorer America
Sick of the cold, Una and Howard Kemper followed the warmth 1,000 miles south to a field of asphalt in the Florida pine flats.
Manufactured Housing Seems Primed for a Bull Run
Strong growth in manufactured housing may mean an opportune time to consider positions in such equities as Cavco, Patrick Industries, and Sun Communit
Why do so many Americans live in mobile homes?
An estimated 20 million Americans live in mobile homes, according to new Census figures. How did this become the cheap housing of choice for so many
Quick Tips: Mobile homes as lower-cost housing
Paying too much for housing? USA TODAY contributor Regina Lewis explains the benefits and downfalls of a mobile home.
HOW THE TRAILER PARK COULD SAVE US ALL
A healthy, inexpensive, environmentally friendly solution for housing millions of retiring baby boomers is staring us in the face. We just know it by