Larry A. Mizel

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By the Numbers: M.D.C. Holdings, Fourth Quarter 2011

Write-downs for asset impairments and charges for paying off debt helped wipe out the builder's chance to end the fourth quarter in the black. Read more

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By the Numbers: M.D.C. Holdings, Third Quarter 2011

The Denver-based builder announced significant business model changes. Read more

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M.D.C. Hopes August Proves to be Market's Bottom

Denver-based builder focuses on growing community numbers for spring selling season. Read more

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M.D.C. Hopes August Was the Bottom

Management at M.D.C Holdings likes to think that August was it, the absolute lowest point for the housing market. "If it's the low point of the cycle, then over the next few years, there will be rewards for those companies that are able to execute in what we hope will be an expanding market," CEO Larry Mizel told analysts Friday during the company's third-quarter earnings call. Read more

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M.D.C.'s Mizel: 'Things Seem to Feel Good'

From M.D.C. Holdings CEO Larry Mizel's perspective, the expiration of the federal home buyer tax credit on April 30 is expected to amount to little more than a minor setback for housing's recovery at large. However, he was careful to note that his outlook reflected the current tone in the economy, which is subject to change. Read more

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Cash-Rich M.D.C. Holdings Buys Land

Builder reports $127.2 million in earnings for 4Q 2009, which reflects a $142.6 million tax refund. Read more

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M.D.C. Holdings Buys Land Again

The move by the famously land conservative parent company of Richmond American Homes may signal a market bottom. Read more

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M.D.C. Holdings Makes Progress on Path to Profitability

Builder posts 18% margins in 2Q, outshining its peers. Read more

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M.D.C. Hints at Change in Strategy

"It's not reasonable to assume we will conduct our business as we have historically," said CEO Larry Mizel during Tuesday's quarterly earnings call, leading analysts to surmise that the company is about to turn from conservative to opportunistic. Read more

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M.D.C. Readies Switch to Offense

"There are billions of dollars of assets for sale, and we expect to increase our exposure when pricing justifies it," said CEO Larry Mizel, which, he added, won't likely occur until mid-2009. Read more

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