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“I’m tired…” – Terry Decio, Skyline Homes, on Manufactured Housing

January 2nd, 2018

TerryDecioVicePresidentSalesMarketingSkylineHomesDailyBuisnessNewsMHProNewsI’m tired of being the best kept secret. I’m ready to help house America.” – Terry Decio, Skyline Homes, to MHLivingNews.

Terry Decio’s energetic video comment is a statement that leads to questions.

Why is manufactured housing the best kept secret in America?

The answer to that question isn’t an easy one.  

That ‘it’s not easy’ is just fine for those who want “the secret” about manufactured homes to be kept.

There are – for now – reasons why some want that secret, kept secret, who may in the foreseeable future be willing to unleash manufactured homes.  

The answer to this pivotal issue is worth millions in local hundreds of local markets, and multiple-billions nationally.

A range of professionals are cited, and linked documents provided, in examining the implied question, including more thoughts from Skyline’s Decio.

Terry Decio, Skyline Homes, “The Secret” – The Rest of the Story

A new, in-depth report examines that issue.  It’s found at the link above. ## (News, analysis, commentary.)

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