Datacomp Releases 2017 JLT Manufactured Home Community Rent, Occupancy Reports for Five Southern California Markets

The information in the Southern California reports has been expanded to a great degree, to include data on more than double to nearly three times the number of communities compared with the reports issued for the same areas in 2016

Datacomp, publisher of JLT Market Reports and the nation’s #1 provider of market data for the manufactured housing industry, today announced the publication of its August 2017 manufactured home community rent and occupancy reports for five markets in Southern California.

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 communities located in 131 major housing markets throughout the United States, including the latest rent trends and statistics, marketing programs and a variety of other useful management insights.

Datacomp’s manufactured housing market data published in the August 2017 JLT Market Reports includes information on 435 “All ages” and “55+” manufactured home communities located in San Diego, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties. Altogether, the reports include data representations for about 83,879 homesites, up from 37,322 homesites in 2016.

“The information in the Southern California reports has been expanded to a great degree, to include data on more than double to nearly three times the number of communities compared with the reports issued for the same areas in 2016,” Datacomp Executive Vice President Darren Krolewski said. “For instance, we’re able to report on an added 70 communities in each Orange and San Diego counties, which will assist in business decision making for owners, managers and other manufactured housing professionals with interests in those markets.”

Each JLT manufactured home community rent and occupancy report published by Datacomp includes detailed information about investment grade communities in the major markets, including number of homesites, occupancy rates, average mobile home community rents and increases, community amenities, vacant sites, and repossessed and inventory homes.

JLT Market Reports also include management insights that rank communities by number of homesites, occupancy rates and highest to lowest rents. Established reports show trends in each market with a comparison of August 2017 rents and occupancy rates to August 2016, as well as a historical recap of rents and occupancy from 2014 to present date in most markets.

The August 2017 JLT Market Reports for Southern California are available for purchase and immediate download online at the Datacomp JLT Market Report website at http://www.datacompusa.com/JLT, 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.

About JLT Market Reports

For more than 20 years, countless professionals have trusted JLT Market Reports for timely and accurate management reports on land lease manufactured home communities. JLT Market Reports are currently published for 131 markets nationwide and are recognized as the industry standard for manufactured housing industry data. In 2014, JLT & Associates merged its resources, skills and expertise with Datacomp, the industry’s oldest and largest national manufactured home appraisal company and number one provider of market data for the manufactured housing industry, and MHVillage, the premier website for advertising mobile homes for rent and sale nationwide. For more information, or to purchase complete JLT Market Reports, call (800) 588-5426 or visit http://www.datacompusa.com/JLT.

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