Michael Fast

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As Industry Forces Collide, Some Builders Stay On Their Rails As Industry Forces Collide, Some Builders Stay On Their Rails

In a dreadful economy, a handful of builders is finding ways to keep moving forward, profitably. More

Fast Track 2006
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Fast Track 2006

Half of the companies on this year's Fast Track opened shop after 1993. More than... More

Breakout Success
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Breakout Success

Half of our Fast Track companies burst onto the scene during the last decade.... More

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Killer Application

"What BuildNet did was a huge disservice to the entire home building industry," says Paul Schumacher, of Schumacher Homes in Canton, Ohio, which builds about 300 homes a year in the $175,000 to $300,000 price range. And not discouraged by the results of its previous buy out attempt, Michael Holigan's MH2 paid $2.9 million for Fast and $100,000 for BuildNet's Rim Data, an options tracking software company. More

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