New Government Report: Regulatory Barriers to Manufactured Housing Placement in Urban Communities

April 11, 2011 at 11:33 am Leave a comment

Regulatory Barriers to Manufactured Housing Placement in Urban Communities

by Casey J. Dawkins
Paperback, 132 pages, 2011, $35.00
ISBN: 143798438x

Manufactured housing (MH) units (built under the HUD Code in the controlled environment of a manufacturing plant and transported in one or more sections on a permanent chassis) provide an important source of affordable housing. After adjusting for land costs, the per square foot cost of HUD-Code housing is less than half of standard, site-built housing. With the increased use of multi-section units and recent innovations in MH building technology, particularly integrated floor and chassis systems, many MH units are now virtually indistinguishable from conventional site-built units. This report examines the scope and severity of state and local regulatory barriers to MH placement within CDBG-eligible communities. Ill. A print on demand report.

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