Eric Lipar

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Entry-Level Builder LGI Posts Strong Closing Growth

LGI enjoyed increases across the board in the first quarter, as sales actually... More

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LGI: fast out of the gate

LGI Homes' third quarter earnings release as a publicly-traded home building... More

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LGI takes to the road in a play for a share of home building's bigtime prize: capital -- UPDATE

Executive management at LGI Homes has taken off on a multi-continent, multi-city sprint to fill its "book," commitments from institutional investors to buy 9 million shares of the new LGIH, for $13 to $15 apiece. CEO Eric Lipar and his team haven't met a headwind--financial, economic, external, local, or operational--they haven't overcome with a customer knowledge base and sales program that's the envy of many a larger home building organization. More

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Why LGI? Why IPO? Why now?

BIG BUILDER's John McManus has a take on the whys, wherefores, what to look at,... More

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Public Builders Vs. Private Builders

The plumbing line for capital is wide for publics, narrow for privates. More

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Private Equity, a Bridge Too Far for Many Cash-Strapped Builders

Institutions' expectations about profit and timeframes often don't match builders' needs. More

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Builders Adapt After J.D. Power Cancels This Year’s Customer Satisfaction Survey

The award’s cachet has depended on how aggressively builders market it. More

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LGI Sets Another Sales Record in August

The Texas-based builder’s eight communities closed 84 houses that month. More

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Industry Execs Discuss Builders’ Survival Strategies at Housing Leadership Summit

Capital and where to find it remain the primary imperative. More

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Investors Step in for Banks to Meet Builders' Financial Needs

Is non-bank financing the “new normal”? More builders rely on private capital to stay alive and grow. More

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