Manufactured Housing

Modern manufactured homes can be high-quality and affordable, particularly for low- and moderate-income families, and provide an entryway into wealth building that promotes long-term financial security. But owners often face high-cost financing and unfair practices and problems with construction and set-up remain despite improvements in recent years. NCLC works to promote sustainable policies and practices in manufactured housing, including the ability to title the home as real property and the preservation of manufactured home communities.

From the NCLC Digital Library

Consumer Warranty Law

The definitive consumer litigation treatise concerning defective new and used cars (including leased vehicles), manufactured homes, new homes, home improvements, automobile repairs, service contracts, assistive devices, and more.

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