Category Archives: Industry News
Be sure to check out this excellent article on factory-built housing from the Akron Beacon Journal.
Every industry must decide who comprises its target market so that it can be clear about who it serves. Doing so saves a great deal of time and effort because consumers can concentrate on who serves them, and producers can … Continue reading
So, you have decided that you want to purchase a manufactured or modular home, and you begin to think about how beautiful your new home will look. But, there is one other thing you need to make sure you address … Continue reading
Factory-built housing retailers and contractors want to do whatever it takes to satisfy your housing needs and to make sure that you have the best home-buying experience you can. But, did you know that there are some things they just … Continue reading
If you have shopped around for a new home, you have no doubt seen various types of factory-built housing. But, just what are the different types, and what distinguishes them from each other? In a nutshell, factory-built single family housing … Continue reading
Live in Culpeper County? Thinking about doing business there? Take note that tax increases are set to take effect there on July 1, 2012. Culpeper County and the Town of Culpeper have imposed new taxes on a number of folks, … Continue reading
According to this story from the Washington Post, a survey of real estate agents conducted by the Federal Reserve states that a majority of those survey expressed optimism about the Virginia housing market.
There is a story of a cartoon floating around in builder circles that features a builder praying something along the lines of, “Please give me one more recovery, and I pray not to mess it up this time.” Well, that … Continue reading
According to this story in the Washington Post, builder confidence is higher than it has been in five years. We continue to see signs, statistical and anecdotal, that things are improving. That means two things: 1. now is not the … Continue reading
The laws of economics know no international boundaries. Supply and demand works the same in the United States as it does in Australia. With that in mind, you ought to check out this story from South Australia.