kb home (KBH) Details
KB Home operates as a homebuilding and financial services company in the United States. The company constructs and sells various homes, including attached and detached single-family residential homes, townhomes, and condominiums primarily for first-time, move-up, and active adult homebuyers. It also provides title and insurance services to homebuyers. As of November 30, 2012, the company delivered 6,282 homes. It has operations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. The company was formerly known as Kaufman and Broad Home Corporation and changed its name to KB Home in 2001. KB Home was founded in 1957 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.
Last Reported Date: 01/18/13
Founded in 1957
kb home (KBH) Top Compensated Officers
Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.0M
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $550.0K
Executive Vice President, General Counsel and...
Total Annual Compensation: $525.0K
Chief Accounting Officer and Senior Vice Pres...
Total Annual Compensation: $365.0K
Executive Vice President of Real Estate and B...
Total Annual Compensation: $500.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
KB Home Acquires Land in Jefferson County for New Foothills Community
May 22 13
KB Home announced that it has acquired 68 lots for a new community to be called Lyons Ridge in the foothills of Jefferson County alongside the Red Rocks Country Club. Land development will begin this summer, with KB Home planning to open its model homes this fall.
KB Home Features Ford Motor Co.'s MyEnergi Lifestyle
Apr 19 13
Ford Motor Co. and KB Home announce that products from the Ford-led initiative MyEnergi Lifestyle(R) will be featured in the homebuilder's ZeroHouse 2.0 model home in San Marcos, Calif., and potentially in additional KB Home markets. The relationship between these two innovative leaders is intended to raise awareness of MyEnergi Lifestyle benefits and provide a showcase for electric-powered vehicles, solar power systems and smart appliances. The initiative will demonstrate how the typical American family can potentially save money while reducing their impact on the environment by combining a highly efficient home design with the latest in smart home technology and an affordable plug-in hybrid vehicle. MyEnergi Lifestyle works by leveraging technology so key energy-consuming devices in a home use less energy, while also shifting energy usage to less expensive periods. At night, for example, when energy costs are lower, a smart refrigerator can perform high-energy tasks like ice making or defrosting -- just as Ford's plug-in vehicles do with recharging. At an event in San Marcos, Ford's all-new C-MAX Energi was on display and plugged into ZeroHouse 2.0's built-in electric vehicle charge station, which is engineered to charge the vehicle during off-peak hours for maximum cost efficiency. C-MAX Energi boasts an impressive 100 MPGe combined, according to the EPA, plus unlike others in the segment returns 'real car' performance with up to 195 horsepower, engaging driving dynamics and a quiet interior. With a starting price of $29,995, C-MAX Energi is America's most affordable plug-in hybrid. ZeroHouse 2.0 continues a national rollout of the net-zero energy home options KB Home began in fall 2011. The ZeroHouse 2.0 in San Marcos pushes the envelope even more, as it's the first WaterSense-labeled home built in San Diego County, and includes both a comprehensive Schneider Electric Wiser(TM) Home Management System and all-new Whirlpool smart appliances that incorporate Whirlpool(R) 6th Sense Live(TM) technology. The Wiser Home Management System allows homeowners to monitor energy consumption, and provides automation control via a Web-based portal or mobile application. This marks the first time these innovative products have been used by a production homebuilder. Whirlpool's smart products allow homeowners to monitor and program their appliances through wireless networks, providing greater convenience and control over energy consumption. With Whirlpool 6th Sense Live, homeowners can set their appliances so their highest energy consumption activities happen at times when electricity rates are lowest. They can also receive alerts about the status of their smart appliances all from their smartphones or computers. The higher efficiency of ZeroHouse 2.0 is the result of a whole-home approach from the inside out that includes additional insulation; upgraded HVAC systems; dual-pane, low-emitting windows; and roof-mounted solar panels by SunPower. Additionally, a WaterSense-labeled home is designed to use 20% less water than a typical new home. For a family of four, that's a difference of about 50,000 gallons of water a year compared to a typical home, or enough for nearly 2,000 loads of laundry and as much as $600 in annual utility bills.