Beazer Homes

Fort Myers Builder Could Face Lawsuits Over Defective Stucco
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Fort Myers Builder Could Face Lawsuits Over Defective Stucco

TV station reports that Beazer Homes disclosed defects to stockholders but not... More

Beazer 'Moving in the Right Direction'
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Beazer 'Moving in the Right Direction'

The builder misses some estimates in 1Q, but shows progress. More

Weather Issues Could Plague Texas Builders for Rest of the Year
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Weather Issues Could Plague Texas Builders for Rest of the Year

Energy was supposed to be the issue for Texas builders in 2015, but weather... More

Beazer’s Loss Narrows, Beats Expectations
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Beazer’s Loss Narrows, Beats Expectations

Beazer's turnaround story continues with a quarter that beats expectations. More

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Indoor Air Quality Sells Indoor Air Quality Sells

Beazer Homes is meeting buyer demand for healthy homes. More

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Private Equity Steps Up as Role Player in Public Builder Land Deals Private Equity Steps Up as Role Player in Public Builder Land Deals

Triangle Business Journal staffer Amanda Jones Hoyle reports that a land banking firm affiliated with The Blackstone Group has bought 73 acres of land in Holly Springs on behalf of Beazer Homes. Hoyle notes that it's the second such land acquisition in which a public home builder taps a private equity partner to better time its land investment resources. More

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Meritage Homes Buys into Nashville Market

Company purchases Phillips Homes, No. 9 builder in area, for an undisclosed price. More

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Homeowners Balk at Beazer Homes' Lot Proposal

Builder says it needed to rethink its real estate assets at one Myrtle Beach. S.C., community, but residents object to smaller-lot construction, saying it will negatively impact home values. More

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Mattamy Homes Steps Up Land Purchases for New Communities

The Florida-based builder copies its Canadian parent’s business model. More

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Rebooted Development Blends Housing, Farming in D.C. Suburb

Willowsford will eventually include 1,950 homes, trails, and a working organic farm on 4,000 acres in Virginia’s Loudoun County. More

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