543 new homes in Lake Forest: The builder’s story

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By Jonathan Lanser

To John Ho’s thinking, more builders could be a solution to the housing shortage.

Meet the chief of Landsea Homes, making its first mark in local homebuilding in the rugged foothills of Lake Forest. The 543-home IronRidge community — Landsea’s first in Southern California — will offer everything from townhomes priced in the $500,000s to traditional, large single-family homes with mountain or scrub brush views costing upwards of $1.4 million.

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