Dominion Homes

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NVR re-enters Columbus market with a bang

NVR acquires 139 finished lots from Beazer for a song. More

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Dominion Homes Goes Private

Dominion Homes announced that it intends to take the company private in a 65 cents per share deal that was announced last Friday after the market closed. More

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Dominion Homes Makes Some Changes at the Top

Dominion Homes announced late last week that the company's board of directors appointed Douglas G. Borror as president and William G. Cornely to COO effective Dec. 31. Jeffrey Croft, the currently president and COO, is leaving the Dublin, Ohio-based builder to "pursue other interests." More

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Centex Leaving Columbus Market

Centex Homes recently announced that it is leaving the Columbus, Ohio market. According to this year's "Local Leaders" data from BUILDER Magazine, the national home builder was ranked third in total market share of the Ohio capital in 2006. Centex spokesperson Eric Bruner says the move matches up with what other builders are doing. "Generally, the company is redeploying capital and assets to focus on other markets," Bruner told BUILDER Online in a telephone interview. "We are going to be slowly reducing our staffing levels in those Columbus operations but at the same time, we will maintain the appropriate levels of support for those existing customers in the Columbus area." More

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Dominion's Downward Spiral

The year is barely half over, but already it's clear that Dominion Homes won't... More

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Mortgage Machinations

In the face of controversy that its mortgage origination practices that have led to a high rate of foreclosures, Dublin, Ohio-based builder Dominion Homes announced it will form a mortgage unit with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. More

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