New Information from Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Wisconsin
Datacomp, the publisher of JLT Market Reports and the nation’s #1 provider of market data for the manufactured housing industry, has published October 2023 mobile home park comps with occupancy, pricing, and other vital data on manufactured home communities from 13 markets in Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Wisconsin.
Recognized as the industry standard for manufactured home community market analysis for more than 20 years, JLT Market Reports provide detailed research and information on manufactured home communities located in 187 primary housing markets throughout the United States. This includes the latest occupancy trends and statistics, marketing programs, and a variety of other useful management insights.
Datacomp’s manufactured housing market data is updated continually throughout the year, with the latest updates from specific markets and regions published on a monthly schedule.
What’s in JLT Market Reports?
Each JLT manufactured home community report from Datacomp has occupancy, pricing, and other detailed information about investment-grade communities in the major markets. The detailed information includes:
- Number of homesites
- Occupancy rates
- Pricing and average increases
- Community amenities
- Vacant lots
- Repossessed and inventory homes, and much more
Established reports show trends in each market with a comparison of October 2023 data to October 2022. In addition, JLT Markt Reports include a historical recap of pricing and occupancy from 1996 to the present date in most markets.
The October 2023 JLT Market Reports for 13 markets in Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Wisconsin are available for purchase and immediate download online at the Datacomp JLT Market Report, or they may be ordered by phone in electronic or printed editions at (800) 588-5426.
Each fully updated report for mobile home communities is a comprehensive look at investment-grade properties within a market, enabling owners and managers, lenders, appraisers, brokers, and other organizations to effectively benchmark those communities and make informed decisions.