Posts Tagged ‘Red Bay AL’

Manufactured Housing Millennial Sounds off on Industry Opportunity

February 18th, 2017 No comments

As conventional housing prices and mortgage rates continue to rise, the Millennial generation and others are looking for smart options. Many desire to move from renting to owning, but often struggle to find that a real possibility in the current site built market. The manufactured housing industry can offer a solution to that problem.

Today’s manufactured homes can look and live like a conventional, site built house, and can be half the price of new construction. Additionally, many manufactured homes are Energy Star rated, so they are more efficient than older existing homes.


Headline and this text graphic are provided by the editor, as is common with most publications. The comments are those of the writer, Lindsey Bostick.

Energy consumption is an important factor to many people today, especially the Millennial generation. I know the benefits of purchasing a manufactured home because, as a millennial myself, I live in a residential style manufactured home that I purchased last year.  ##


Lindsey Bostick
Sunshine Homes
(Editor’s Notes: Lindsey Bostick’s comments are in relation to reports, such as the ones linked here and here.

For the interview, A Cup of Coffee with…Lindsey Bostick, Sunshine Homes, click here.)

Manufactured Housing Poised for Louisiana Flood Recovery Efforts

August 25th, 2016 No comments

The number of people in Louisiana that have been driven from their homes during the flood is staggering.  There is no question that most will rebuild.  The people of Louisiana are tenacious and because our factories are outside the flood area, the manufactured housing industry has a chance help speed the recovery.

Our industry can provide an option of green, great-looking, cost-effective homes that can be delivered in weeks – not months.


Our industry has the ability to help the good people of Louisiana put their lives back in order in an expedient manner. ##

(Editor’s Note: this letter was sent in response to the tragic flooding in Louisiana, widely reported in the media and on the Daily Business News, including the latest, linked here.)

john-bostick-president-ceo-sunshine-homesINCRedBayAL-DailyBusinessNews-mhpronews-comJohn Bostick
President and CEO
Sunshine Homes, Red Bay, AL