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A fresh look at manufactured housing
Manufactured housing park cooperatives are becoming popular in New Hampshire, and for good reason. Cooperative ownership brings numerous benefits to residents who previously owned a home on rented land. Paul Bradley tells how these cooperatives have grown and explains what is yet to be done.
Mapping New England: age-restricted housing in New Hampshire
The map highlights concentrations of existing age-restricted units and building permits for the construction of age-restricted units in New Hampshire.
Solving the Upper Valley's housing needs: how a coalition of public and private organizations joined forces to develop housing in a region with inadequate stock and prohibitive prices
Like many communities, New Hampshire and Vermont's Upper Valley region is facing a serious housing shortage. Dan French reveals how an innovative housing coalition is working to find solutions that provide housing and protect the area's quality of life.
Manufactured housing comes of age: a support network for resident-owned communities
Owners of manufactured homes who cooperatively purchase the park where they live are discovering benefits such as increased value of homes, decreased maintenance costs, faster resale, and willing lenders.