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Homebuilders / Land Developers

KB Home to Cut C.E.O.’s Bonus After His Rant Against Kathy Griffin

Jeffrey Mezger, chief executive of the homebuilder KB Home, will take a 25 percent cut to his year-end bonus as a result of his sexist and homophobic outburst against his neighbor, the comedian Kathy Griffin, the company said Thursday.

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Woodside Homes Welcomes Chris Chambers as President of the Southern California Division

Woodside Homes, a top 30 homebuilder in the US, announced Chris Chambers as the new President of the Southern California Division.

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Intracorp Cos. Adds SoCal President

Los Angeles—Intracorp Cos. has appointed Brad Perozzi as president in South California. In his new role, Perozzi will drive business strategy and have executive leadership for the entire organization, including

Homebuilders / Land Developers

Warmington Residential Names New Presidents in Two Homebuilding Divisions

Warmington Residential has announced new Presidents in its two California divisions. As of January 1, 2017, Tom Hildebrandt is President of the Costa Mesa-based Southern California division and Ryan Gerding

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Brandywine Homes Hires Two Vice Presidents for Development

Brandywine Homes, a pioneer of infill development in Southern California, announced today it has hired two industry veterans to serve as vice presidents of development. Brian M. Geis, former senior

Housing Market

Housing Industry Poised For More Growth In 2017

IRVINE, CA—A number of factors pull in this sector’s direction, such as jobs, household formations and a lack of supply supported by the demographics of Millennials and Baby Boomers, TRI

Homebuilders / Land Developers

Most Influential 2016: Emile Haddad is an Esteemed Builder Who Escaped Civil War

As the bombs fell, Emile Haddad would zone out, imagining he was on a far-off beach instead of in the middle of Lebanon’s civil war. That was in the 1970s,

Homebuilders / Land Developers

Frontier Communities is Back to Home Building After Shifting Strategy During Downturn

Jimmy Previti is not quite 50, but he’s enjoyed a whirlwind career that’s included starting his own company, leaving the home building business after the housing crash, and, in 2013,