Oversee project management
Melia Homes, a home builder in Southern California, named Tim McSunas as its new executive vice president.
McSunas brings nearly 30 years of experience to the company. He held senior management roles in companies such as John Laing Homes, Pardee Homes, Taylor Woodrow Homes, The Shopoff Group and William Lyon Homes.
In these positions, McSunas developed skills in sourcing and controlling new land opportunities, negotiating purchases and sales agreements, conducting land feasibility, leading underwriting and developing new joint venture partnerships.
In his new role, McSunas will oversee operations, project management, product development, sales and marketing. He will also be involved in land acquisition opportunities.
“I’m excited to join Melia Homes’ executive team and look forward to getting involved in the progressive strategies that have shaped its visionary approach,” McSunas said.
According to data provided by WCI, the company completed 1,118 homes with an average sales price of $444,000 during the 12 months ended June 30, 2016.
WCI is more than just a homebuilding business. The company also operates a real estate brokerage, title and lifestyles amenities businesses, all of which would be included in the Lennar deal.
“Our agreement with Lennar testifies to the legacy and quality of our brand, the attractiveness of our homes and communities, and the talent of our team members,” Keith Bass, president and CEO of WCI, said in September when the deal was announced.
“WCI Communities homebuyers and homeowners can expect a smooth transition and the continuation of the top-tier service they have come to expect from WCI,” Bass continued. “The Lennar offer represents immediate and attractive value for our stockholders.”