Have you heard about PulteGroup’s newest division?
The Jacksonville market has become its own division: Northeast Florida. Having already grown to delivering more than 500 homes annually, the new structure will allow the operations team to further expand its business and focus on opportunities to serve new homebuyers in the market.
Tony Nason has been named division president and will have full operational and financial responsibility for Northeast Florida’s homebuilding activities. Prior to being named division president, he served as vice president of operations overseeing Jacksonville and as vice president of finance for the company’s North Florida Division, which previously managed the market.
“Thanks to Tony’s leadership, our Jacksonville team has achieved tremendous growth and customer satisfaction, and controls a land pipeline exceeding 4,000 lots,” said Richard McCormick, PulteGroup Florida area president. “His operational experience, financial background and team-forward approach makes him the ideal leader to further our success in this thriving market.”
Congrats to Tony and our new Northeast Florida team!
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