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Scottsdale-based Meritage Homes surged past analysts’ expectations and posted its 18th consecutive year of record earnings.
Scottsdale-based residential homebuilder Meritage Homes will double the size of its headquarters next year in the first phase of an office complex under construction in the Perimeter Center.
Scottsdale homebuilder Meritage Homes said it will likely increase its per-share earnings by 43 percent after posting record sales, closings and orders in 2004.
Meritage Homes set its 18th consecutive year of record revenue in 2005, hitting $3 billion in revenue for the first time in the company’s history.
The long-term prospects for the housing industry are positive, as homebuilders face strong demand from retiring baby boomers and their children, who are entering the home market for the first time.
Scottsdale-based Meritage Homes said Thursday one of its chief executives resigned to pursue other business interests, a surprising move given the company’s recent financial performance and rosy outlook.
Above, Meritage Homes CEO Steve Hilton shows one of the lighting options in Studio M.
While Scottsdale-based Meritage homes builds houses for others, they’ve finally got a new one of their own. The 225-person headquarters just moved into a three-story glass and stone 90,000-square-foot building off Princess Drive next to Taser’s headquarters.
A U.S. District Court jury has awarded $111 million in damages to Scottsdale-based Meritage Homes Corp. in its lawsuit filed against Greg Hancock, the owner of Hancock Communities.
Homes being built in one particular Hudson Valley, N.Y., cul-de-sac offer prospective buyers wooded lots, pretty views and — oh yes — the promise of thumbing your nose at the power utility.
Valley-based Meritage Homes is pitching "net-zero" construction options to customers, at communities like Lyon's Gate in Gilbert (pictured). [Photo courtesy Meritage Homes]
The developer of the Eastmark master-planned community in east Mesa has named seven homebuilders who will construct about 700 new houses next year in response to growing demand for housing in the Valley. Scottsdale-based DMB Associates anticipates the first homes will be available in mid-2013 as the first residential development takes shape on 3,200 acres it owns at the former General Motors Proving Grounds.
Homebuilders slapped on solar panels and added other eco-friendly enhancements as energy prices soared earlier this year, hoping greener homes would lure reluctant buyers.
More than 50,000 existing homes are currently on the market in the Valley.
For the third consecutive year, Farnsworth Homes in Mesa ranked highest in a 2006 homebuilder satisfaction survey compiled by J.D. Power and Associates.
Mesa’s planning staff is recommending denial of requests for general plan amendments to allow for housing developments near Williams Gateway Airport and in north Mesa.
September 13, 2004
Inside the models at Meritage Homes' Lyon's Gate community in Gilbert, the theme is quickly noticeable.
Growing interest from buyers, reduced inventory and a slight uptick in construction has homebuilders with communities across the south East Valley cautiously optimistic about 2009.
More than 50,000 existing homes are currently on the market in the Valley. But if some of you potential buyers out there feel you still don’t have enough options, there are plenty more on the way.
How much movement has there been in new home construction in the East Valley in recent months?
The first residential phase of the long-awaited 3,200 acre Eastmark community in East Mesa will make its public debut Saturday.
Local hotel industry insiders say Montelucia, the $200 million reincarnation of sprawling Paradise Valley resort La Posada, will debut as an InterContinental when it welcomes guests in late 2007.
For the second straight year, Mesa-based Farnsworth Homes ranked highest among Valley home builders in a recently released customer satisfaction survey by J.D. Power and Associates. Farnsworth was followed by Michigan-based Pulte Homes and Tempe-based T.W. Lewis.