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Steve Sasso

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Background Information

Employment History

Division President Phoenix
Mattamy Homes Limited

President of Arizona
Wilson Parker Homes

Division President
Atreus Homes & Communities

Position, Construction Management Intern Program
The Ryland Group Inc


Business Administration
Azusa University

Master's degree
Construction Management
Cal Polytech University

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Steve Sasso - Phoenix Division President

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Steve Sasso - Phoenix Division President

About the Builder

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Steve Sasso

Southwest Region President
Steve was born and raised in Phx, AZ.He graduated from Azusa University in CA with a B.S. in Business Administration.He obtained his Master's degree in Construction Management from Cal Polytech University in sunny southern California.
Steve brings over 21 years of experience in the homebuilding industry to HomeLife Communities.He began his career in the Construction Management intern program with Ryland Homes and worked his way up to a Division President, a title he has held for 8 years , 4 of which in his current position at HomeLife Communities.Steve has been married to Susie Sasso for 20 years this June and has 3 wonderful children: son Stephen (16) , daughter Shayna (13), son Sammy (11). Steve has been married to Susie Sasso for 20 years this June and has 3 wonderful children: son Stephen (16) , daughter Shayna (13), son Sammy (11).

"The Eastmark opening was a great ...

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"The Eastmark opening was a great success for Mattamy," says Steve Sasso , President of Mattamy's Arizona Division.

"Mattamy's approach at Eastmark has been to offer prices that are in keeping with the market, recognizing that while underlying economic conditions are getting better in the Phoenix Metro area, consumers are still cautious and are considering their new home purchases carefully," says Sasso.

For Mattamy Homes, Mesa’s ...

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For Mattamy Homes, Mesa’s Eastmark seemed like a natural fit, said Steve Sasso, the division president for Mattamy in Arizona.

There, Mattamy will offer 56 “exclusive†lots, ranging in size from 9,000 square feet to 12,000 square feet, said Sasso, who joined the company three months ago, but has built his career in home construction in Arizona.
Mattamy started in Canada in 1978 and entered the U.S. market â€" building homes first in Minneapolis, Minn. â€" in 2003. Since its beginning, Mattamy has built more than 60,000 homes.
The company came to Arizona in late 2007 and now has developments in Peoria, Surprise and Goodyear, as well as Mesa. Since then, it has constructed and closed on between 300 and 350 homes, Sasso said.
With the market upsurge, Mattamy expects to build 300 homes in its next fiscal year alone, which began June 1.
Rather than reusing floor plans from development to development, Sasso said the company tries to target the neighborhood’s market.
Sasso said Mattamy picked Eastmark â€" and made a more than $10 million investment in the first phase of the project â€" because of the strong employment base in Mesa, the growth and transportation nearby, and the potential for the south East Valley.
“We believe that corridor is going to continue to grow and it’s a desirable area with the freeways close by, the 202 and the 60,†Sasso said. “We believe the long term is going to be good.â€
Mattamy’s mark on the East Valley will extend beyond Mesa in the near future, Sasso said.
“We are looking at projects in Chandler and Gilbert as we speak and have several projects tied up. We are very, very much committed to being in Gilbert and Chandler,†he said.
Eastmark has been a successful venture for Mattamy so far, Sasso said.
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