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Mobile Home Prices Increased 50% During Pandemic

A recent report from Breitbart says the average national price for manufactured homes rose nearly 50% over the course of the pandemic, from $82,900 to $123,200. They say manufactured homes have long been a way for lower-income folks to become homeowners. In fact, data show that 20 million Americans live in mobile homes nationwide, roughly 6% of all residences. However, it has been reported that this demographic is also feeling the pressure of rising costs. Continue reading HERE...

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