M/I Homes

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M/I Homes
Public
Traded as NYSEMHO
S&P 600 Component
Industry Home Construction
Founded 1976
Founder Melvin and Irving Schottenstein
Headquarters Columbus, Ohio, United States
Key people
Robert H. Schottenstein (CEO)
Phillip G. Creek
J. Thomas Mason
Revenue $1.38 billion
$100.8 million
Number of employees
785
Website mihomes.com

M/I Homes, Inc. is a United States homebuilding company based in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1976 by Melvin and Irving Schottenstein as M/I Schottenstein Homes, the company now operates as M/I Homes. As of 2013, M/I Homes is the 14th largest builder [1] of single-family homes in the nation. M/I Homes' headquarters is located near Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. In 1992, M/I Homes launched its advertising campaign "Home is a Two Letter Word...M/I". The current slogan for M/I Homes is "Move Up".

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The Company has homebuilding operations in:

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  1. ^ BUILDER Online: The 2013 Builder 100