Housing Opportunity 2014 - Building for Health, Building with Innovation, Doug Ryan
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  • 1. Manufactured Housing in the Mainstream: Building for Health, Building with Innovation Housing Opportunity 2014: Healthy Housing, Healthy Places Doug Ryan Director, Affordable Homeownership CFED dryan@cfed.org May 16, 2014
  • 2. facebook.com/CFEDNews @CFED cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy www.cfed.org I’M HOME: Manufactured Housing Market Transformation  8 million manufactured homes house about 18 million people  Over 20% of the units are from before the 1976 HUD code standardized quality  Some states permit anti-manufactured housing zoning rules  Communities exclude manufactured housing from the mainstream
  • 3. facebook.com/CFEDNews @CFED cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy www.cfed.org I’M HOME: Manufactured Housing Why It’s Affordable Manufactured Housing: $44 per square foot Site- Built Housing: $86 per square foot  Produced in one-fifth of the time required by site built – no weather delays or damage  Precision construction produces very little waste, as little as a trash can full per home
  • 4. facebook.com/CFEDNews @CFED cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy www.cfed.org I’M HOME: Manufactured Housing How It Looks Today Infill Development, Oakland
  • 5. facebook.com/CFEDNews @CFED cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy www.cfed.org I’M HOME: Manufactured Housing Market Transformation Housing Authority of Snohomish County
  • 6. facebook.com/CFEDNews @CFED cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy www.cfed.org I’M HOME: Manufactured Housing Design Quality  In some places, the HUD code - the only national housing code – is stricter than the local code  HUD implemented installation standards, as required by the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act of 2000  Standards regulate formaldehyde in manufactured housing materials and ventilation in finished units  New manufactured housing units can be made to or easily adapted to accessibility standards to allow for aging in place
  • 7. facebook.com/CFEDNews @CFED cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy www.cfed.org I’M HOME: Manufactured Housing Home Replacement  Potential for energy and health savings are immense  Energy-efficient units save owners money and help ensure loan performance  MH owners spend twice as much on utilities per square foot as site-built owners  Replacing a pre 1976 home with highly efficient MH, can save as much as $1800 per year and reduce carbon emissions by 2.25 tons per year
  • 8. facebook.com/CFEDNews @CFED cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy www.cfed.org I’M HOME: Manufactured Housing Home Replacement  Curry County, OR has an ambitious program to reduce health problems through rehab/replacement  Health Impact Assessment found: • Building envelope deterioration • Increased likelihood of trip and falls, respiratory problems in these units • These conditions worsen health, trigger new issues  Preliminary and related research suggest replacement will mitigate and improve these incidents
  • 9. facebook.com/CFEDNews @CFED cfed.org/blog/inclusiveeconomy www.cfed.org I’M HOME: Manufactured Housing Home Replacement  Tucson