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The economics of mobile homes

From Alex Mayyasi: …the problem is almost wholly that land is too expensive. Reduce the size of a new, modern house by 50%, Rybczynski notes, and houses in metropolitan areas will still cost over $200,000.  That’s the secret to the extreme affordability of a mobile home—take land out of the equation. …“a mobile home park […] The post The economics of mobile homes appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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