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Prefabricated Housing (US Market & Forecast)

発行 Freedonia Group 商品コード 60567
出版日 ページ情報 英文 226 Pages
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米国のプレハブ住宅市場 Prefabricated Housing (US Market & Forecast)
出版日: 2013年02月27日 ページ情報: 英文 226 Pages
概要

米国におけるプレハブ住宅の需要は2017年まで年間15%の成長率で拡大する見通しです。

当報告書では、米国のプレハブ住宅市場における需要実績および予測を製品タイプ・地域別に調査分析し、市場環境、市場影響因子、産業構成、競合戦略、市場シェア、マーケティング・流通動向、M&A動向、主要企業のプロファイルなどもまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届け致します。

イントロダクション

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場環境

  • 概要
  • マクロ経済環境
  • 消費者動向
  • 環境配慮型住宅の動向
  • 人口統計動向
  • 住宅建設支出
  • 価格動向
  • 不動産開発
  • 外国貿易
  • 国際環境

第3章 市場概要

  • 概要
  • 出荷量見通し
  • 出荷額見通し
  • コスト上のメリット

第4章 組立て住居

  • 概要
  • 見通し
  • 製造業者
  • 製品設計
  • コスト比較
  • 規制上の課題と動向
  • 顧客基盤

第5章 その他のプレハブ住宅

  • 概要
  • モジュラー住宅
  • プレカット住宅
  • パネル化住宅
  • コスト比較
  • 規制上の課題と動向
  • 顧客基盤

第6章 地域別需要

第7章 産業構造

  • 概要
  • 産業構成
  • 製造
  • 競合戦略
  • マーケティング
  • 流通
  • 財務上の課題
  • M&A
  • 企業間提携

企業プロファイル

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目次
Product Code: 3001

Abstract

US demand to expand 15% annually through 2017

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Demand for prefabricated housing through 2017 will benefit from an expected recovery in overall US housing demand from the subdued 2012 level. Prefabricated housing demand is forecast to expand 15 percent annually through 2017 to 135,000 units. The US prefabricated housing industry encompasses a number of shelter products -- manufactured, modular, precut, and panelized housing -- that reduce the need for on-site construction. While the rebound in overall housing demand will boost demand for all prefabricated housing, the trends will differ for manufactured housing and other prefabricated types.


Manufactured housing's market share is projected to drop from that of the 2007- 2012 period as conventional mortgages become easier to obtain. Thus growth in manufactured housing demand will trail that of overall single-family housing demand. For other prefabricated housing, market shares will be little changed, and demand increases will be similar to that for single-family housing overall.

Manufactured housing has gained share of total prefabricated housing market

Over the past decade and a half, the fate of manufactured housing has differed markedly from that of the other prefabricated housing products. Manufactured housing suffered declines in demand almost every year for the past decade. The decline actually began in the late 1990s, when manufacturing housing lenders increased approvals to subprime borrowers for low and no down payment loans. As the US economy cooled at the turn of the millennium, some of these borrowers defaulted on their loans, generating a rise in repossessed units, which then competed with new units. From 2002 through 2006, the easy availability of mortgage credit led many potential purchasers of manufactured housing to opt instead for conventionally built units. The result was a declining market share for manufactured housing from 1998 through 2005.

The collapse of overall US housing demand from 2006 through 2009 further reduced the absolute demand for manufactured housing, but it also contributed to a slight rise in market share. As mortgage credit terms tightened and lenders were less willing to write loans for conventional housing, some households turned to manufactured housing, especially for smaller, single-section units.

Other prefabricated housing types maintained a relatively steady market share over the 2002-2012 period, and as a result, the level of demand was related to overall US housing demand. As housing demand boomed, other prefabricated housing saw gains in unit demand. When housing demand collapsed, unit demand dropped as well.

US shipments to reach $4.6 billion in 2017

Trade in prefabricated housing is minimal, and shipments will generally track domestic demand. Manufactured housing shipments are expected to reach $4.6 billion in 2017, a vast improvement from the 2012 level, but still below that in 2002. Through 2017, shipments of other prefabricated housing types are projected to rise to $3.0 billion. Advances will be fueled by rising unit growth after a period of depressed demand. Price increases will account for a significant portion of this growth, as increased raw materials prices and a shifting product mix raise the average cost of units produced.

Study coverage

This upcoming Freedonia industry study, Prefabricated Housing, presents historical demand data (2002, 2007, 2012) plus forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by prefabricated housing product and US regional market. This study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share, and profiles 27 industry competitors.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • General
  • Macroeconomic Environment
  • Consumer Trends
    • Personal Income & Expenditures
    • Consumer Financing
      • General
      • Manufactured Housing
  • Green Building Trends
  • Demographic Trends
    • Population
    • Households
  • Residential Construction Expenditures
    • Housing Starts
    • Housing Stock
    • Urban/Rural Housing Patterns
  • Pricing Trends
  • Market Trends
  • Real Estate Development
  • Foreign Trade
  • International Environment

III. OVERVIEW

  • General
  • Unit Outlook
  • Value Outlook
  • Cost Advantages Relative to Site-Built Housing

IV. MANUFACTURED HOUSING

  • General
  • Outlook
  • Producers
  • Product Design
    • Single-Section
    • Double-Section
    • Three or More Sections
  • Cost Comparisons
  • Regulatory Issues & Trends
    • HUD Code
    • Delivery
    • Zoning
    • Community Ownership
    • Financing
  • Customer Base
    • Buyer Characteristics
    • Regional Variation in Demand
    • Market Penetration by State

V. OTHER PREFABRICATED HOUSING

  • General
  • Modular Housing
    • Technology
    • Producers
  • Precut Housing
    • Product Types
      • Log Houses
      • Other Precut Houses
    • Producers
  • Panelized Housing
    • Technology
    • Producers
  • Cost Comparisons
  • Regulatory Trends & Issues
    • Building Codes
    • Regulations & Affordability
  • Customer Base

VI. DEMAND BY REGION

  • General
  • Regional Demographic & Economic Trends
    • Population
    • Economic Outlook
    • Housing Trends
  • Regional Outlook for Prefabricated Housing
    • Northeast
      • New England
      • Middle Atlantic
      • Northeast Prefabricated Housing Trends
    • Midwest
      • East North Central
      • West North Central
      • Midwest Prefabricated Housing Trends
    • South
      • South Atlantic
      • East South Central
      • West South Central
      • South Prefabricated Housing Trends
    • West
      • Mountain
      • Pacific
      • West Prefabricated Housing Trends

VII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • General
  • Industry Composition
    • Integration
    • Revenues
    • Market Leaders
    • Other Industry Participants
  • Manufacturing
    • Automated Manufacturing Processes
    • Comparison to Site-Built Techniques
    • Product Development
  • Competitive Strategies
  • Marketing
  • Distribution
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Cooperative Agreements

COMPANY PROFILES

  • All American Group Incorporated
  • American Homestar Corporation
  • Athens Park Homes, see Champion Home Builders
  • Barden & Robeson Corporation
  • Barna (Jim) Log and Timber Homes
  • Beaver Mountain Log & Cedar Homes Incorporated
  • Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated
  • Cavco Industries Incorporated
  • Century Homes, see Fairmont Homes
  • Champion Home Builders Incorporated
  • Clayton Homes, see Berkshire Hathaway
  • Coachmen Industries, see All American Group
  • Commodore Corporation
  • CountryPlace Mortgage, see Cavco Industries
  • Discovery Custom Homes, see Cavco Industries
  • Excel Homes Group LLC
  • Fairmont Homes Incorporated
  • Fleetwood Homes, see Cavco Industries
  • Friendship Homes of Minnesota, see Fairmont Homes
  • Honkarakenne Oyj
  • Horton Industries Incorporated
  • Innovative Design & Building Services, see All American Group and Excel Homes Group
  • Jacobsen Manufacturing Incorporated
  • Liberty Homes Incorporated
  • Live Oak Homes
  • Log Investors, see Jim Barna Log and Timber Homes
  • Majestic 21, see Berkshire Hathaway and Nobility Homes
  • Manufactured Housing Enterprises Incorporated
  • Mod-U-Kraf Homes, see All American Group
  • Muncy Homes Incorporated
  • Nationwide Custom Homes, see Cavco Industries
  • Natural Spaces Domes Incorporated
  • Nobility Homes Incorporated
  • Oak Creek Homes, see American Homestar
  • Original Log Cabin Homes Limited
  • Palm Harbor Homes, see Cavco Industries
  • Platinum Homes, see American Homestar
  • Prestige Home Centers, see Nobility Homes
  • Professional Building Systems Incorporated
  • Ritz-Craft Corporation
  • Signature Building Systems of PA LLC
  • Skyline Corporation
  • Standard Insurance Agency, see Cavco Industries
  • Sterling Premium Building Systems, see Wausau Homes
  • Suwannee River Log Homes, see Original Log Cabin Homes
  • Town & Country Cedar Homes
  • 21st Mortgage, see Berkshire Hathaway
  • Wausau Homes Incorporated

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Macroeconomic Indicators
  • 2 Personal Consumption Expenditures
  • 3 Consumer Financing Environment, 2002-2012
  • 4 Population & Households
  • 5 Residential Building Construction Expenditures
  • 6 Housing Starts
  • 7 Housing Stock by Type
  • 8 Housing Stock by Location & Type
  • 9 Average Retail Housing Prices
  • 10 Prefabricated Housing Market, 2002-2012
  • 11 US Foreign Trade in Prefabricated Housing
  • 12 World Prefabricated Housing Demand

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

  • 1 Prefabricated Housing Supply & Demand
  • 2 Prefabricated Housing Shipments by Value

SECTION IV -- MANUFACTURED HOUSING

  • 1 Manufactured Housing Supply & Demand
  • 2 Manufactured Housing Shipments by Company, 2012
  • 3 Single-Section Manufactured Housing Shipments
  • 4 Double-Section Manufactured Housing Shipments
  • 5 Three or More Section Manufactured Housing Shipments
  • 6 Manufactured Housing Placements by State, 2012
  • 7 Manufactured Housing Placements as a Share of Housing Starts, by State, 2012

SECTION V -- OTHER PREFABRICATED HOUSING

  • 1 Other Prefabricated Housing Supply & Demand
  • 2 Modular Housing Shipments
  • 3 Precut Housing Shipments
  • 4 Panelized Housing Shipments

SECTION VI -- DEMAND BY REGION

  • 1 Population by Region
  • 2 Gross Domestic Product by Region
  • 3 Regional Housing Starts & Sales
  • 4 Prefabricated Housing Demand by Region
  • 5 Northeast Prefabricated Housing Demand by Subregion
  • 6 Northeast Prefabricated Housing Demand by Product
  • 7 Midwest Prefabricated Housing Demand by Subregion
  • 8 Midwest Prefabricated Housing Demand by Product
  • 9 South Prefabricated Housing Demand by Subregion
  • 10 South Prefabricated Housing Demand by Product
  • 11 West Prefabricated Housing Demand by Subregion
  • 12 West Prefabricated Housing Demand by Product

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Prefabricated Housing Sales by Company, 2012
  • 2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
  • 3 Selected Cooperative Agreements

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2012
  • 2 Prefabricated Housing Market, 2003-2012
  • 3 Housing Starts by Type, 2002-2012
  • 4 World Prefabricated Housing Demand, 2012

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

  • 1 Prefabricated Housing Shipments by Product, 2012
  • 2 New Home Pricing, 2002-2022
  • 3 Prefabricated Housing Total Costs, 2012

SECTION IV -- MANUFACTURED HOUSING

  • 1 Manufactured Housing Market Share, 2012
  • 2 Manufactured Housing Placements by State, 2012
  • 3 Manufactured Housing Placements as a Share of Total Housing Starts by State, 2012

SECTION VI -- DEMAND BY REGION

  • 1 Prefabricated Housing Demand by Region, 2002-2022
  • 2 Northeast Prefabricated Housing Demand by Product, 2012
  • 3 Midwest Prefabricated Housing Demand by Product, 2012
  • 4 South Prefabricated Housing Demand by Product, 2012
  • 5 West Prefabricated Housing Demand by Product, 2012

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 Prefabricated Housing Market Share, 2012
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