KB Home (NYSE:KBH) on Monday named two new presidents in its Texas divisions.
Brett Dietz has been named Houston division president, and Rob Wasyliw has been named president of the San Antonio division.
Dietz is returning to the Houston market with more than twenty years of service at KB Home, including as the senior vice president of finance for its Houston division and most recently as president of its San Antonio division. He holds a BBA in Accounting from Texas A&M University.
"Brett brings to our Houston division an exceptional depth and breadth of experience executing on KB Home’s distinctive customer-centric business model,” said Larry Oglesby, KB Home’s Central region president. “We are excited to have him extend his outstanding career at KB Home leading the strategic growth of our Houston operations.”
KB Home has been building in the Houston region since 1998 and has 24 communities currently open for new home sales. With a number of recent land acquisitions, KB Home is continuing to expand its presence across the Houston market. Several single-family new home communities are planned to debut in late 2018 and early 2019, including Hillsdale Creek, Bryan Crossing and Sunset Grove.
“A combination of favorable economic factors and low housing inventory has made Houston a strong market for us, and these future communities will provide new homeownership opportunities for Houston-area buyers,” said Oglesby.
Wasyliw assumes his new position at KB Home with more than 15 years in the home building industry, most recently as the senior vp of finance for the San Antonio division. He holds a Masters of Science in Accounting from Western Michigan University.
"Rob brings considerable experience in continually elevating every aspect of our relationships with customers and effectively leveraging the incredible efficiencies and unique strengths of our business model to drive growth,” said Oglesby.. “We are excited to have him leading the strategic direction of our San Antonio operations.”
KB Home is currently open for sale in 24 communities located in San Antonio, Boerne, Cibolo, New Braunfels and Universal City.