Steven J. Hilton

Meritage Launches LiVE.NOW
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Meritage Launches LiVE.NOW

After teasing the line at HIVE, the company makes it official. More

Solving the Entry-Level Riddle
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Solving the Entry-Level Riddle

Steven J. Hilton, Bert Selva, and Ivy Zellman look for starter-home solutions at... More

Meritage Announces New Entry Level Line
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Meritage Announces New Entry Level Line

Spec-home line will allow first-time buyers to move right in. More

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BUILDER Names Steven Hilton CEO of the Year

In addition to his pioneering work on affordable sustainability at Meritage, Hilton has become a national leader in the discussion on energy and housing. More

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Publicly held home builders struggled in 2011 to make money in a lethal environment. Publicly held home builders struggled in 2011 to make money in a lethal environment.

Big Builder grades the performance of the 13 largest publicly held builders in the country. More

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Meritage Posts Loss but Orders Climb

The builder saw 73% annual growth in Colorado. More

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Meritage CEO Warns on Profits

Meritage Homes announced its fourth consecutive profitable quarter Wednesday, posting earnings of $0.04 a share, surprising analysts who had predicted a loss of $0.07 a share, but it wasn't easy and it's going to be tough to do in the traditionally slow last quarter of the year, CEO Steven J. Hilton told analysts during a conference call Wednesday. Deliveries in the fourth quarter are likely to be worse since orders were down by 36%. to706. Management said the company will need to close about 800 homes in its fourth quarter to break even. More

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Meritage Reports $79 Million 4th-QTR Loss

Loss largely due to pre-tax real estate-related and joint venture impairments. More

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Meritage Reports $57 Million 2Q Loss

Meritage Homes Corp. is reporting a net loss of $57 million after real estate and goodwill-related impairments reduced net earnings by $70 million after tax for the second quarter ending June 30. The Scottsdale, Arizona-based home builder joins a number of other public builders who have reported losses this week. "Weakened demand and increased price incentives have resulted in lower margins on homes sold and more write-offs on remaining inventories," said Steven J. Hilton, chairman and CEO of Meritage Homes More

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At Press Time: Landon's Last Day

The era of co-leadership at Meritage Homes has ended. On May 18, John R. Landon, co-chairman and co-CEO, resigned, permanently destroying the Janus-like face of the nation's 13th largest home builder. Partner Steven J. Hilton will remain in the top seat. More

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