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Clayton Exec in Race

October 19th, 2012 Comments off

The Citizen-Times in Asheville, North Carolina reports Clayton Homes Regional Manager Joe Belcher is running for a seat on the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners. A Republican and strong proponent of bringing more business into the area as well as reducing government debt, Belcher is equally as strong in support of teacher salaries: “They make so little that we should do whatever we can to preserve that, not just for the teachers but for the good of the children.” As MHProNews has learned, he has been with Clayton 28 years, seven as a vice president.

(Photo credit: Citizen-Times–Joe Belcher)

Passages: Jim Brand

March 14th, 2012 Comments off

Triad Financial Services, Inc. informs us that Jim Brand, Houston-based regional manager for the manufactured housing lender, passed away March 9 after a brief battle with cancer. With Triad since 2005, Jim previously worked for Associates Housing Finance as Sales Purchase Office Manager. Blessed with good humor and an infectious laugh, Anthony Glass, vice-president at Triad’s corporate office in Jacksonville, Florida, said Jim always had a funny story to go along with any problem he encountered. We at MHProNews offer our sincerest condolences to his wife, children, and grandchildren in this time of sorrow.

(Photo credit: Texas Mfg. Housing Association)

Major MH Event draws praise and launches new Video

November 1st, 2011 Comments off

MHProNews has learned that praise for the new early March show date and support for the Great Southwest Home show continues to grow.  “The Great Southwest Home Show is one of the best investments we make each year. We have fun while we work.” said Mike Harrison, President of QuikBrick. Triad Financial Service Regional Manager, Julie Dwyer, said Time and time again, the Great Southwest Home Show has proven to be a strong supporter for the manufactured housing industry. “ Dwyer added, “Growth and prosperity in this industry will continue with the dedication and commitment from industry manufacturers and exhibitors that showcase their products and services  to businesses across the region.” Retailer Bo Radley, President of Aspen Homes stated that “Attending the Great Southwest Home Show does help me keep in contact with key people in the industry and meet new contacts that I otherwise wouldn’t have met.  Most of the people I do business with today are people I met at trade shows. The Tulsa show features trade days March 1st and 2nd, followed by public days March 3d and 4th, where homes are sold direct to the public and hundreds of leads are created for exhibitors. Last year’s attendance was up over the previous year, and over 2000 attended public days. The video shown was just released, and more information on the show can be found at this link. Tulsa’s annual show has become one of the top 4 major Industry events for the year, an ongoing achievement by all those involved.

(Video credit: Great Southwest Home Show and MHAO)

 

Mall owners may buy nearby Manufactured Home Community in receivership

August 9th, 2011 Comments off

Sabre_MHC_Courtesy_Niagra_Gazette posted on MHPronews.com Manufactured Home Marketing Sales Management MHMSM.comBuffaloNews reports that the new owners of the Niagara Factory Outlet Mall are interested in purchasing the Sabre Park ‘mobile home park.’ The Sabre Park community is in foreclosure, with a mortgage of approximately $6 million. Jason Daack, regional manager for Mobile Home Parks, has no ownership interest in the property. Mobile Home Parks are managing the property during the foreclosure process. The mall owners hope to close the deal by Sept. 1, “but nobody is being asked to move by Sept. 1,” Daack said. Daack confirmed Monday that notices were being delivered to each home to inform residents of the potential sale. The community reportedly has 214 occupied sites, each of them renting for about $360 a month, with manufactured homes that are generally owner occupied. The regional manager explained that residents have the right to form a homeowners association and to buy the property themselves on the same terms as the shopping outlet mall. Macerich Co., a real estate investment trust with headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif., purchased the mall last month for $200 million.

(photo credit: Niagara Gazette)