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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Pulte Homes, Inc.
Pulte Homes, Inc is a Bloomfield Hills, MI based company founded by Bill Pulte. Announced April 8, 2009, Pulte Homes has agreed to acquire Centex - creating the nation's largest homebuilding company in a stock transaction worth $3.1 billion, including $1.8 billion of debt. The companies said that, after the merger, Pulte shareholders will own 68% of the combined company, and Centex shareholders will own 32%. The two companies said they each have about $1.7 billion in cash, so that the newly combined company will have more than $3.4 billion in liquidity. Pulte completed the acquisition of Centex February 23, 2010. - Source: Wikipedia
Many are warning that the United States could become the next Greece. There is no need to look across the ocean to see a poorly governed area that is deep in debt and crumbling. Just look to Detroit.
Pulte Homes is building 340 single-family homes on half-acre sites at the Hamlets at Red Cedar in Leesburg, a community with 900 acres of open space, miles of walking trails, parks, a butterfly garden and a community center with a swimming pool, fitness center and meeting room. Nearby are wineries, historic Leesburg, shopping centers and parks.
Pulte Homes is building 45 town homes on quarter-acre sites at Quince Trace in North Potomac, a community near the Quince Orchard Swim and Tennis Club and Kentlands, which has shops and restaurants.
Pulte Homes is building 150 Grand Villa town homes on 6,500-square-foot sites at Trent Grove at Brambleton in Ashburn, a planned community with pools, parks, walking trails, play areas, multipurpose courts and a town center with a movie theater, shops and restaurants.
Pulte Homes is building 133 single-family homes on sites of one-third acre to 10 acres at the Reserve at Fair Hill in Olney, close to historic downtown Olney and the Olney Theatre. The Olney Manor Recreation Park, several golf courses and shopping centers also are nearby.
Pulte Homes is building 241 town houses and 57 single-family homes on sites of 6,500 to 7,500 square feet at East Gate in Chantilly, Va., located next to the East Gate Marketplace, which has shops, restaurants, banks and other services. Other shopping centers, golf courses and commuter routes are nearby.
Pulte Homes is building 241 town homes and 57 single-family homes on 6,500- to 7,500-square-foot sites at East Gate in Chantilly, next to the East Gate Marketplace, which has shops and restaurants. East Gate also is near golf courses and commuter routes. Plans call for a swimming pool, clubhouse, playgrounds and a fitness center in the community.
Traci Oliver is a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Fairfax, Va.
Plenty of families have both golfers and beach-lovers, so finding that perfect vacation home to accommodate each family member's idea of fun can be a challenge. At GlenRiddle in Berlin, Md., homebuyers will find the ultimate vacation-home setting with amenities for swimmers, golfers, tennis players, boaters and beachcombers.
Pulte Homes is building 77 single-family homes on 6,000-square-foot sites at Emerald Ridge at Brambleton in Ashburn, a planned community with swimming pools, parks, playing fields, tennis courts, walking trails, open space and shops and restaurants at Brambleton Town Center.