For almost two decades, Brandywine Homes has consistently delivered livable, infill neighborhoods with its buyers’ needs and wants in mind and a genuine concern for its quality of product.
By Lauren Felechner
There aren’t too many ‘small’ builders that can pack a big punch these days. When Brandywine Homes is mentioned, it is synonymous with achievement and determination, as the company has managed to leave a trail of successful communities in its wake. For the past 18 years since Brandywine was established in 1994, the family-owned, Southern California-based company has managed to brand itself as a little-big builder and developer by creating some of SoCal’s most aesthetically pleasing, infill neighborhoods. “We are a small, family-owned company, and the thing we are most proud of is that during the last recession we continued to build and sell homes when many others could not,” David Barisic, vice president, Brandywine Homes explained.
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IRVINE, Calif. – June 13, 2012 – Brett Whitehead, president of Brandywine Homes, will participate in a panel discussion on “Nimble Money – Dollars for Smaller Deals” during the PCBC Show’s Capital Forum at 11:15 a.m., Wednesday, June 27, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Whitehead and fellow panelists Loren Borstein, vice president, residential development Borstein Enterprises; Mark Frazier, president, Silveroak Development Corporation; Michael Ghielmetti, president, Signature Development Group, Inc.; and Matthew Schwab, co-founder and managing director, Karlin Real Estate, will explore the topic of why the small deals are the toughest to finance.
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