Do You Convert
Kevin Oakley has over 14 of experience running marketing and sales operations for home builders of all shapes, sizes, and areas of expertise. Kevin has worked for two different multi-billion dollar revenue builders (NVR & Maronda Homes) as well as for a private family owned builder (Heartland Homes).
While at Heartland Homes, Kevin’s management helped to grow sales by 15-20% each year during the largest industry downturn of this generation (2008 – 2012) while simultaneously shrinking the marketing budget by one million dollars. During his time with NVR, a top 5 home builder, Kevin had full operational responsibility for land, construction, and sales for two home building divisions in the Pittsburgh MSA with 85 employees and $140 million in revenue.
Kevin’s extensive background and time spent in the trenches allows him to uniquely connect with the challenges you face in today’s market. From launching new communities, increasing online lead volume or conversion, improving your customer’s experience, lowering marketing costs, web design, and so much more – he has a strategy for success. Kevin speaks regularly at the International Builder’s Show as well as select local home building associations and home building companies looking to gain an edge over the competition.
Kevin is also the author of Presale Without Fail: The Secret to Launching New Communities and Phases with Maximum Results. The most downloaded resource on the topic in our industry.
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