HLS 2016: Operations
LGI Homes CEO Eric Lipar discusses targeting entry-level buyers in video interview.
Revenues Up, Margins Down for LGI
A busy day of builder earnings began with positive news from LGI Homes, as the...
LGI's Closings Grow 75% in August
Despite weather and oil problems in Texas, the entry-level builder's sales grow....
With Record 2Q Closings, LGI Beats Expectations
With an aggressive growth strategy, it's no surprise LGI posted 853 home closings...
LGI Marches into Nashville, Seattle and Adds Lots in Denver
The entry-level builder continues to expand by moving into Nashville and even...
Entry-Level Builder LGI Posts Strong Closing Growth
LGI enjoyed increases across the board in the first quarter, as sales actually...
LGI: fast out of the gate
LGI Homes' third quarter earnings release as a publicly-traded home building...
LGI takes to the road in a play for a share of home building's bigtime prize: capital -- UPDATE
Executive management at LGI Homes has taken off on a multi-continent, multi-city sprint to fill its "book," commitments from institutional investors to buy 9 million shares of the new LGIH, for $13 to $15 apiece. CEO Eric Lipar and his team haven't met a headwind--financial, economic, external, local, or operational--they haven't overcome with a customer knowledge base and sales program that's the envy of many a larger home building organization.
Why LGI? Why IPO? Why now?
BIG BUILDER's John McManus has a take on the whys, wherefores, what to look at,...