Concordia shutters sales offices

Smith, Hubble
October 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);10/27/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 43, p13
The article reports on the closure of the sales offices of Henderson-based Concordia Homes. The home builder also announced that it will refund deposits on homes that have yet to be built. The company said it has not gone out of business and has not filed for bankruptcy but will stop selling new homes. Concordia Homes was established in 1977 and has five active subdivisions with homes priced from $195,000 at Aviano to $300,000 at Sommerset. It has also built homes in Las Vegas, Henderson and Pahrump as well as in Bullhead City and Avondale in Arizona.


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