The Manufactured Home Dealers industry suffered larger declines during the housing crisis than most other industries related to the housing market, but its recovery has gathered steam in recent years as demand for housing has picked up. Consequently, industry revenue has surged over the past five years and dealers that exited the industry amid a slew of bankruptcies have returned to capture rising sales. In the next five years, conditions for the industry are expected to stabilize, and operators will experience slow but steadier growth. Additionally, federal tax credits for homebuyers will continue to support the industry by increasing the affordability of its products.
The Manufactured Home Dealers industry comprises retailers of new and used manufactured homes, parts and equipment in the United States. A manufactured home is a single-family home constructed entirely in a factory and then transported to the site and installed. This industry excludes modular homes, which are single-family homes constructed in sections off-site and assembled on-site.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.