Automated Builder April 2010 : Page 11

The No. 1 Engineered Housing Technology Transfer Magazine for Manufacturing and Marketing The team from Cavco Industries expands from three to ten plants with a Fleetwood purchase and vaults from $200 million to $600 million. At right is Cavco’s Santa Fe home model Washington A. 16,754 (9) B. 1,791 (17) C. 82,300 (23) Montana A. 1,745 (47) B. 430 (34) C. 21,800 (42) Oregon A. 7,686 (26) B. 1,488 (22) C. 55,000 (31) Idaho A. 5,292 (35) B. 540 (30) C. 33,800 (36) Wyoming A. 1,975 (45) B. 394 (37) C. 9,100 (50) Nevada A. 6,752 (32) B. 326 (40) C. 104,900 (18) California A. 33,811 (3) B. 3,135 (8) C. 509,500 (1) South Dakota A. 3,529 (38) B. 457 (32) C. 17,400 (45) North Dakota A. 3,065 (41) B. 426 (35) C. 13,100 (47) Minnesota A. 9,255 (23) B. 576 (29) C. 107,300 (16) Vermont A. 1,209 (48) B. 175 (44) C. 11,300 (49) Wisconsin A. 10,818 (20) B. 330 (39) C. 84,500 (21) Iowa A. 7,130 (27) B. 326 (40) C. 58,000 (29) Nebraska A. 5,180 (36) B. 87 (46) C. 34,700 (35) Utah A. 10,627 (21) B. 445 (33) C. 31,100 (38) Colorado A. 9,393 (22) B. 534 (31) C. 96,100 (20) Kansas A. 6,837 (31) B. 602 (27) C. 56,500 (30) Missouri A. 8,346 (25) B. 1,290 (23) C. 105,900 (17) Illinois A. 10,912 (19) B. 1,542 (21) C. 184,400 (6) Michigan. A. 6,984 (29) B. 580 (28) C. 167,100 (9) New Hampshire A. 2,224 (44) B. 277 (42) C. 19,600 (43) Maine A. 2,766 (42) B. 703 (26) C. 23,100 (40) New York West Virginia A. 1,966 (46) B. 1,921 (16) C. 27,600 (39) Indiana A. 12,433 (15) B. 937 (25) C. 104,700 (19) Ohio A. 13,135 (13) B. 990 (24) C. 248,700 (5) Pennsylvania A. 18,712 (6) B. 2,234 (13) C. 176,600 (7t) A. 17,356 (7) B. 1,748 (18) C. 253,800 (4) Massachusetts A. 7,097 (28) B. 87 (46) C. 107,900 (14) Rhode Island A. 958 (50) B. 18 (49) C. 15,400 (46) Connecticut A. 3,343 (39) B. 142 (45) C. 46,600 (33) New Jersey A. 12,235 (16) B. 214 (43) C. 115,400 (13) Kentucky A. 6,878 (30) B. 3,607 (5) C. 73,800 (25) Arizona A. 14,134 (12) B. 1,681 (19) C. 150,800 (10) New Mexico A. 4,649 (37) B. 1,663 (20) C. 32,400 (37) Oklahoma A. 8,845 (24) B. 2,504 (12) C. 83,600 (22) Arkansas A. 6,637 (34) B. 2,234 (13) C. 61,800 (28) Mississippi A. 6,665 (33) B. 3,266 (7) C. 41,900 (34) Alaska A. 912 (51) B. 48 (48) C. 22,400 (41) Texas A. 82,938 (1) B. 11,291 (1) C. 443,500 (2) Louisiana A. 12,562 (14) B. 6,682 (2) C. 54,800 (32) Tennessee A. 14,574 (11) B. 2,978 (9) C. 107,900 (14) Virginia A. 21,078 (5) B. 2,017 (15) C. 117,000 (12) North Carolina A. 33,785 (4) B. 4,218 (4) C. 136,400 (11) South Carolina A. 15,829 (10) B. 2,625 (11) C. 71,100 (27) Alabama A. 12,171 (17) B. 3,421 (6) C. 75,000 (24) Georgia A. 17,202 (8) B. 2,687 (10) C. 176,600 (7t) District of Columbia A. 1,148 (49) B. N/A C. 8,400 (51) Delaware A. 3,140 (40) B. 410 (36) C. 12,600 (48) Maryland A. 11,085 (18) B. 377 (38) C. 72,500 (26) Florida A. 35,858 (2) B. 4,276 (3) C. 357,800 (3) ©2010 CMN Associates, Inc. (A) Top 10 States for Housing Starts in 2009 Based on building permits issued State 1. Texas 2. Florida 3. California 4. North Carolina 5. Virginia 6. Pennsylvania 7. New York 8. Georgia 9. Washington 10. South Carolina Total % of U.S.Total 82,938 35,858 33,811 33,785 21,078 18,712 17,356 17,202 16,754 15,829 14.5% 6.3% 6.0% 5.9% 3.7% 3.3% 3.0% 3.0% 2.9% 2.8% Top Ten States Total 293,323 U.S. Totals 572,232 Source: U.S. Census Bureau 51.3% Hawaii A. 2,617 (43) B. 2 (50) C. 18,400 (44) KEY A. Estimated building permits issued. B. HUD-Code home fl oor shipments. C. Estimated existing home sales. State HUD-Code Floor Shipments in 2009 Total 1. Texas 2. Louisiana 3. Florida 4. North Carolina 5. Kentucky 6. Alabama 7. Mississippi 8. California 9. Tennessee 10. Georgia Top Ten Totals: U.S. Total 11,291 6,682 4,276 4,216 3,607 3,421 3,266 3,135 2,978 2,687 45,561 80,732 (B) Top 10 States for % of U.S.Total 14.0% 8.3% 5.3% 5.2% 4.5% 4.2% 4.1% 3.9% 3.7% 3.3% 56.4% NOTE: Estimate for homes produced is 57,000. - AB Source: The Institute for Building Technology & Safety State Existing Home Sales in 2009 Total U.S.Total % of 1. California 2. Texas 3. Florida 4. New York 5. Ohio 6. Illinois 7t. Georgia 509,500 443,500 357,800 253,800 248,700 184,400 176,600 7t. Pennsylvania 176,600 9. Michigan 10. Arizona 167,100 150,800 Top Ten Totals: 2,668,800 U.S. Total 5,041,900 Source: National Association of Realtors 10.1% 8.8% 7.1% 5.0% 4.9% 3.7% 3.5% 3.5% 3.3% 3.0% 52.9% (C) Top 10 States for Wall systems from Accelerated Building Technologies meet more stringent energy codes AB’s exclusive U.S. housing market map shows what’s happening in housing for every state in the Union Did you know you can access back issues of AB by going to www.automatedbuilder.com? Click on the back issues you want to see to August 2009. You can print the pages you want FREE on your computer! Since 1964 Edition No. 466 April 2010 EXCLUSIVE!

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