Posts Tagged ‘hotel rooms’

Fall Manufactured Housing Show Features Free Education, Fun, Special Financing, & More

September 18th, 2018 Comments off


A big manufactured housing show is set for October 15-17, 2018 in Fort Worth, TX. 


It makes several simple, yet profit-generating, promises.

  •  Free Education,


  • A variety of off-hours fun and entertainment,


  • Special Financing that helps you stock and sell more homes,


  • Marketing and Sales Tips from Pros,

To learn more, click the article linked above and/or click their banner ad below for more details, or to RSVP. 


Free hotel rooms are currently available for the rapidly-approaching event. ## (MH Industry Event, business news, and commentary.)

(Third party images and content are provided under fair use guidelines.)

1) To sign up in seconds for our MH Industry leading emailed news updates, click here.


To see a sample of our emailed news update, click here. To sign up for the factory-built home industry’s #1 headline news, click here or the graphic above.

2) To pro-vide a News Tips and/or Commentary, click the link to the left. Please note if comments are on-or-off the record, thank you.

3) Marketing, Web, Video, Consulting, Recruiting and Training Re-sources

SoheylaKovachDailyBusinessNewsMHProNewsMHLivingNewsSubmitted by Soheyla Kovach to the Daily Business News for Soheyla is a managing member of LifeStyle Factory Homes, LLC, the parent company to MHProNews, and



West, Tex. Considers Modular Housing

June 11th, 2013 Comments off

The wacotrib informs MHProNews the city of West, Tex., that was hit with the April 17 fertilizer explosion, is exploring the feasibility of bringing modular units to house the residents displaced by the blast. Each structure would house two families, but would cost $10,000 to haul from Killeen, Tex., not including utility hook-ups. Each dwelling has three bedrooms and a bath, and would be owned by a private company as rentals. Residents could occupy them while their own homes are being rebuilt. Forty are immediately available, each requiring a quarter of an acre, steering the city to seek a ten acre plot where the homes can be sited. West would also have to provide infrastructure for the modular units, including utility lines and roads, both of which are major expenses. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will not help because of the abundance of hotel rooms in the area.

(Photo credit: KBS Systems–modular duplex)

Modular Homes will be moved to different First Nation Site

December 17th, 2012 Comments off

CBCNews reports from Manitoba, Canada about 40 of the 65 modular homes offered to the Lake St. Martin First Nation will be shipped to the Little Saskatchewan First Nation following the spring flooding of 2011 that displaced members of both communities. Only 13 of the homes at Lake St. Martin are currently occupied because tribal members are miffed the provincial government did not ask for their input on where the houses would be sited or how they were designed. As MHProNews reported here Nov. 23, 2012, the homes were placed at an abandoned radar base in Gypsumville, in central Manitoba, which some said was contaminated with radioactive material. Others noted they were afraid the modular homes would become their permanent residences, and have remained in hotel rooms in Winnipeg. Lake St. Martin Chief Adrian Sinclair says Lake St. Martin people hope to design a new community and submit it to the government in the new year.

(Photo credit: CBCNews)