Home Building

There is a growing gap between the public builders’ desire for large-scale subdivisions versus the many smaller-scale home building opportunities left fallow in the wake of the recession. The contraction in the real estate and credit markets has produced many viable smaller-scale opportunities, however, there are fewer buyers who have the capital backing to acquire the land and complete the build-out of the lots. While the land is attractively priced, the larger public builders are just not interested. WCHP’s home building operation is currently focused on communities comprised of 50 lots or less. These small to moderate-sized subdivisions allow them to take advantage of attractive land positions in smaller unit communities.

Prior to forming WCHP in 2007, the principals of the company acquired over 60 residential sites and constructed over 3,500 single family homes in the following California counties:

  • Kern
  • Los Angeles
  • Riverside
  • Sacramento
  • San Bernardino
  • San Diego
  • San Joaquin
  • San Luis Obispo
  • Stanislaus
  • Ventura

Below is a sample of projects developed by the principals of WCHP since 1997:

Location Number of Lots
Atascadero 94
Camarillo 10
Chula Vista 105
Chula Vista 120
Chula Vista 70
Chula Vista 117
Chula Vista 77
Corona 98
Corona 80
Corona Valley 85
Corona Valley 114
Corona Valley 109
East Lancaster 139
East Palmdale 73
Fontana 99
Granada Hills 83
Highland 107
Imperial 293
Lancaster 98
Loma Linda 36
Long Beach 82
Menifee 64
Monterey Park 48
Northridge 28
Palmdale 64
Palmdale 119
Rancho Cucamonga 44
Rancho Cucamonga 119
Redlands 23
Riverside County 92
Riverside County 96
San Diego 39
San Marcos 106
Santa Clarita 111
Simi Valley 138
Temecula 116
Temecula 104
Temecula 87
Thousand Oaks 98
Thousand Oaks 48
Valley Center 115
Valley Center 57
West Hills 53
West Lancaster 82
West Lancaster 43
West Lancaster 165
Yucaipa 110

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