A relatively new plan of the Biden administration should improve financing for manufactured homes though an update in Title I of the Fair Housing Act.

On the last day of February, the White House released a document on boosting housing supply and lowering costs. One part was about manufactured homes, the "largest form of unsubsidized affordable housing in the country" and a type used by more than 22 million Americans.

Addressing greater availability of manufactured homes, HUD issued a "Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) which appropriates $225 million in competitive grant funding for the preservation and revitalization of manufactured housing and eligible manufactured housing communities."

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