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ArtikelIndustry Corner : The Outlook for Manufactured Housing in The United States  
Oleh: Joseph, W. Benoy ; Jovan, Wendy E.
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: BUSINESS ECONOMICS vol. 32 no. 3 (1997), page 27-31.
Topik: INDUSTRY; outlook; manufactured housing
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Isi artikelManufactured housing - once known as trailer or mobile homes - is a $ 9 billion industry that represents the least expensive type of housing per square foot. With improved designs and more elaborately furnished, multi section units, manufactured housing today appeals to a broad range of consumres from low - income buyers (the traditional stronghold) to more affluent empty nesters and retirees. Manufacturing is concentrated in areas of high demand, primarily in the south and southwest united states, and appears to be consolidating structurally through mergers and acquisitions. Manufactured housing accounted for nearly 20 percent of U. S. housing starts in 1996, but revenues and units shipped are expected to show annual declines of 1,2 percent and 4 percent, respectively, to the year 2001.
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