manufactured housing

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manufactured housing

Housing that is manufactured off-site and then installed on real property with minimal assemblage except as pertains to the various sections of a double-wide or a triplewide home.All such housing manufactured since 1976 must meet a sort of national building code established by HUD for the industry. The industry trade association is the Manufactured Housing Institute (www.manufacturedhousing.org).

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The Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) is pleased the CFPB's report underscores the valuable role manufactured homes play as a key form of affordable housing, particularly in rural and underserved communities.
com)-- Mike Linton, CEO of The Mike Linton Team, with its home base in Port Orange Florida, has announced the launch of an innovative new website to help homeowners in regards to selling their manufactured homes in Central Florida.
Now in its third edition, "Buying a Manufactured Home: How to Get the Most Bang for Your Buck in Today's Housing Market" is a guide to the world of manufactured homes, more commonly known as mobile homes, which can be a solid choice for having a place of one's own when houses can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Those in the manufactured home industry point to everything from the sluggish economy to cities taking a stand against manufactured homes as the reason's for decline in sales.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to develop a federal building code to ensure appropriate construction and safety standards for manufactured homes.
California ranked sixth in shipments of manufactured homes through June and was one of only three states to show an increase compared with a year ago, an industry report reveals.
Manufactured homes now represent 22 percent of new single-family housing starts.
Most manufactured homes are permanently affixed to their foundations and utilized as primary residences.
More than 50% of the manufactured homes built today have two or three components under one roof and the roof has the same height and pitch as a site-built home.
American Integrity Insurance Company announced today that it is reducing its rates by an average of 10 percent statewide for customers who live in manufactured homes that are 10 years or newer in certain non- coastal Florida regions.
Markel's Manufactured Home Program, which has long offered competitive rates for insuring manufactured homes, has enhanced the program with the following additions:
More recently, greater focus has been placed on the need for better laws to protect consumers financing manufactured homes and those placing those homes on leased property.

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