Morrison Homes

Four finalists in the running for coastal California's Marblehead
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Four finalists in the running for coastal California's Marblehead

We've learned who the four finalists may be in the running for the 196-acre... Read more

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Another Startup Builder Rises From Atlanta’s Ashes Another Startup Builder Rises From Atlanta’s Ashes

Acadia Homes & Neighborhoods hit the ground running and is looking to triple its closings this year. Read more

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Mattamy Homes Plans for Growth

The Canada-based builder is adding 13 new communities in the first half of 2011. Read more

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Taylor Wimpey Sees Substantial Jump in Orders

U.K. orders are up 73%, while North American numbers lag; company is cautiously optimistic. Read more

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Questions and Answers With Sheryl Palmer, CEO of Taylor Morrison Questions and Answers With Sheryl Palmer, CEO of Taylor Morrison

"Understanding local divisions’ supply and demand is key." Read more

Taylor Morrison CEO Hits Ground Running
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Taylor Morrison CEO Hits Ground Running

When Sheryl Palmer accepted the job of chief executive officer of the home... Read more

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Taylor Woodrow Poised For Growth

While it's newsworthy that Taylor Woodrow and Morrison Homes combined under the Taylor Woodrow banner, which would move Taylor Woodrow up 17 spots to No. 15 on the 2006 BUILDER 100, what's really interesting is that it brings to light an important strategy for home builders. Doug Schwartz, executive vice president for Taylor Woodrow's Eastern U.S. Division, says the merger broadens Taylor Woodrow's geographic reach and its product mix. Read more

Sophomore Sage
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Sophomore Sage

Steve Parker is in his second year as president and CEO of Morrison Homes, a top-... Read more

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Leaving Hotlanta

ATLANTA-BASED MORRISON Homes is no longer building in its home market—one of the nation's hottest—and as of early March was in active discussions with several builders to sell off its Atlanta division. Read more

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Outside the Box

By Cheryl Weber. "We're having to design a larger variety of elevations to get projects approved," says John Rymer, vice president of sales and marketing at Morrison Homes, in Atlanta. At Morrison Homes, porches are a popular upgrade for first-time buyers, even if they're too small to set a chair on. Read more

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