HUD Code Production Increases in June 2017

Washington, D.C., August 3, 2017 – The Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) reports that according to official statistics compiled on behalf of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), year-over-year manufactured housing industry production increased during June 2017. Just-released statistics indicate that HUD Code manufacturers produced 8,152 homes in June 2017, an 11.7% increase over the 7,299 HUD Code homes produced during May 2016. Cumulative industry production for 2017 now totals 46,602 homes, a 16.9% increase over the 39,869 HUD Code homes produced over the same period in 2016.

A further analysis of the official industry statistics shows that the top ten shipment states from the beginning of the industry production rebound in August 2011 through June 2017  — with cumulative, monthly, current year (2017) and prior year (2016) shipments per category as indicated — are:

StateCumulativeCurrent Month (June 2017)2017 2016
Texas74,603 homes1,4387,9116,796
Louisiana30,052 homes5113,2142,325
Florida23,901 homes5533,0432,916
Alabama17,960 homes3483,2952,011
N.C16,597 homes3652,0221,757
Mississippi15,347 homes3471,8471,548
California14,812 homes3401,8391,555
Kentucky13,830 homes2591,4101,431
Michigan14,065 homes3892,4601,690
Tennessee11,672 homes2201,2871,173

Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR)
1331 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Suite 512
Washington, D.C. 20004
Phone: 202/783-4087
Fax: 202/783-4075

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