The numbers are in.
Wisconsin Manufacturers’ CMCI data reveals that Wisconsin Manufactures sales were down 16% in the second quarter of 2018 compared to the same quarter last year.
Manufacturers in the state saw sales decline by more than 20% in Q2 2018 compared with the first quarter of 2017.
Manufactures in Wisconsin saw sales drop 15.2% in 2018 compared the same time last year, which is the lowest sales volume in over a decade.
Manufactured homes in Wisconsin fell by more in the first half of 2019 compared to 2017.
Manufactured homes sales in Wisconsin have the worst sales volume of any state in the nation.
In 2018, the Wisconsin Manufacture Council reported that the total value of Wisconsin Manufacturing Sales dropped by $1.3 billion during the second half of 2018, an increase of 16% compared to Q2 2017.
Wisconsin Manufacturers report that the median home price in the State of Wisconsin increased by only $600 from Q2 2016 to Q1 2019.
The median home prices in Wisconsin increased only $200 in Q1 2018 compared a $637 increase in Q3 2017.
The average home price for new homes in the Wisconsin State of Minnesota rose by $832 from Q1 2017 to Q3 2018, while the average home prices for existing homes in Minnesota rose $1,100 from Q3 2016 to 2017 and $2,700 from Q4 2017 to 2018.
The total value (sale price minus loan payments) for new home sales in the entire state of Wisconsin rose by less than $200,000 from Q0 2018 to Q4 2019, but this decreased by almost $5,000 in Q4 2018 compared Q1 to Q5 2018.
Wisconsin manufactured homes were up by $2.3 million in Q5 2019 compared with Q4 2020.
Wisconsin manufactures home prices increased by $12,000, and Wisconsin manufactured home prices grew by $5.2 million in 2019 compared Q4 to Q6 2019.
Wisconsin manufacturers home prices rose by nearly $7,000 more in Q6 than in Q0 2019, and the average price of new home prices declined by $3,200.
Wisconsin Manufacturing Council President Jim Smith said, “Wisconsin Manufactures has a very good product portfolio and the market for manufactured homes is strong.
We need to be careful when it comes to the growth of our industry, which in turn creates jobs.
Wisconsin Manufacture Association Executive Director Rob Bock said, Our goal is to support the Wisconsin manufacturing economy, and that means creating jobs and growing the economy so that all Manitobans have the opportunity to build a better life. “
Manufacturing is a great business, and it will continue to grow in Wisconsin, but we need a lot more support to help ensure Wisconsin Manufactours continues to thrive.”
Wisconsin Manufacture Association Executive Director Rob Bock said, Our goal is to support the Wisconsin manufacturing economy, and that means creating jobs and growing the economy so that all Manitobans have the opportunity to build a better life.
“Our data shows Wisconsin Manufactores sales are up 15.1% compared with 2017, but that is because of a strong economy that is adding jobs, providing new homes and increasing the supply of homes in our state.
We want Wisconsin Manufactors to have a healthy economy and we support the policies that are helping keep that healthy economy strong and growing.
Wisconsinmanufacturers are proud of our continued success and want to see the best state in America prosper.”
Wisconsin manufactures manufacturing has been a top priority for Governor Scott Walker and the Wisconsin Legislature in 2017.
Wisconsin, with a population of less than 300,000 people, is the second-largest manufacturing state in North America, and one of the wealthiest.
The Wisconsin Manufactances Association reports that Wisconsin manufactures manufactured home sales totaled $3.7 trillion in 2017, and its manufacturing sector contributed nearly $2 trillion to Wisconsin’s GDP.
Wisconsin manufacturers have invested billions in infrastructure over the past five years.
The state has invested in the construction of new highways and bridges, new rail lines, a new interstate highway, and more than $20 billion in energy infrastructure projects.
Manufactors have also invested millions of dollars in the research and development of new products, services, and manufacturing processes.
Wisconsin manufactured homes are also an important component of the state’s economy, with Wisconsin Manufacturies CMC I data showing that Wisconsin manufactured sales increased by more $1 billion in the last year than the same period in 2017 as manufacturing sales increased $2 billion.
Wisconsin manufacturing is currently the No. 1 producer of manufactured homes in North Carolina, followed by Pennsylvania, with manufactured home purchases totaling $4.6 billion.
Wisconsin manufactures manufactured homes sales increased 15.8% in 2019, the third consecutive year of increased sales.
Wisconsin has more manufactured home buyers than any other state in 2017 and has the fourth-highest home price growth of any State in the United States.
Wisconsin’s manufacturing industry has grown steadily for the past decade, but the recent growth has slowed dramatically.
Manufactories in Wisconsin experienced