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October 21, 2004 | From Reuters
Ryland Group Inc., one of the nation's biggest home builders, reported a 31% increase in third-quarter profit Wednesday. The Calabasas company also announced a 2-for-1 stock split and raised its quarterly dividend 20%. Ryland said it earned $83 million, or $3.32 a share, in the three months ended Sept. 30, up from $63.3 million, or $2.40, a year earlier. Analysts, on average, were expecting profit of $3.29 a share. Revenue rose to $1.03 billion, up 19% from a year earlier.
March 4, 2005 | From Associated Press
Colorado insurance regulators said several large home builders, including Los Angeles-based KB Home and Newport Beach-based William Lyon Homes, guaranteed business to Santa Ana-based First American Title Insurance Co. in exchange for kickbacks. The builders' names were disclosed to the state by First American Title as part of a state investigation, Erin Toll, Colorado deputy insurance commissioner, told the Denver Post in a story published Thursday.
February 26, 1989
Of the top 100 home builders in the United States in 1988, 32 are based in California, more than any other state, according to Professional Builder magazine. Texas, with 14 on the list, ranked second, while Florida was third, with 10. No other state is home to more than five of the most active builders, according to James Carper, the magazine's managing editor. Privately held Trammell Crow Residential Cos., Dallas, was the most active builder last year, with 12,932 starts. Ryland Group Inc.
April 13, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
Home builder Ryland Group Inc. said Thursday that two top executives were leaving the company, including one whose promotion was announced last fall. The company gave no reason for the departures of Chief Operating Officer Kip Scott and Mark Beisswanger, president of the company's West region. Scott was promoted in October to the newly created post of chief operating officer.
June 20, 2013 | By Andrew Khouri
Housing-related stocks took a tumble in Thursday trading, one day after the Federal Reserve signaled it may pull back this year on its massive stimulus program designed to drive down interest rates. The PHLX Housing Sector Index fell 5.24% as home builders took a beating on Wall Street. Some leading housing stocks declined more. The Ryland Group was down 10.12% to $38.65 a share, while PulteGroup Inc. fell 9.1% to $18.87 a share. Low mortgage rates -- coupled with extremely low inventory and an improving economy -- have helped the housing market recover, sending home prices upward and causing home builders to ramp up construction.
February 26, 2009 | Tiffany Hsu
Calabasas-based home builder Ryland Group Inc. said its chief executive would retire in May and be replaced by the company's current president. R. Chad Dreier, 61, has served as CEO for more than 15 years and will continue as chairman after he steps down May 29. President Larry Nicholson, 51, will take on the CEO title -- and all the problems of the most miserable housing market in decades.
August 16, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG
Brock Homes said Thursday it bought 11.5 acres from the Mission Viejo Co. in its big planned community of Aliso Viejo for an undisclosed price. The company says it will build about 41 relatively inexpensive duplexes inside the gated neighborhood. The site is on a hilltop off Moulton Parkway at the northwest corner of Laguna Hills Drive and Cedarbrook. The deal is unusual in that relatively few land purchases have been made in the county in the last few years.
January 22, 2004 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Ryland Group Inc. on Wednesday reported a 28% increase in fourth-quarter profit, to $86.1 million, and a 24% increase in the company's order backlog. The fourth-quarter earnings amounted to $3.29 a share, beating analysts' estimates by 40 cents. Revenue rose 15% to more than $1 billion. Calabasas-based Ryland reported a year-end backlog of home orders totaling $1.5 billion, representing contracts to build 5,841 homes. In the year-earlier period, the company earned $67.5 million, or $2.
April 30, 2009 | Peter Y. Hong
The stagnant new-home market strained Calabasas-based home builder Ryland Group Inc., which on Wednesday reported a first-quarter loss of $75.3 million as revenue dropped 36% compared with the same period a year ago. Home sales were $259 million during the first three months of 2009, down from $399.6 million a year earlier. The loss of $1.76 a share exceeded the average forecast loss of $1.21 expected by analysts surveyed by Bloomberg.
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