Suitable Residences adds to name, administration

Best Homes and Neighborhoods, primarily based in Norman, has named Zack Roach, vice president of progress, to its senior administration workforce.

“Ideal’s improvement office performs a particularly important purpose in our strategies for organization growth over the future couple of several years,” said Steve Shoemaker, president of Perfect Residences, which also extra “Neighborhoods” to the firm name. “Finding, contracting, executing owing diligence and producing land is a crucial aspect of our growth strategy. With his vision and strategic attitude, Zack will be a excellent addition to the leadership of Excellent Houses and Neighborhoods. We are thrilled for what he will deliver to our management crew and our foreseeable future growth.”

Roach joined Ideal as a progress specialist in 2005, and in 2007 was promoted to director of growth. He has been vice president of growth considering that 2012. He is a board member of the Builders Association of South Central Oklahoma (BASCO), the BASCO Government Affairs and Builders Council, and the Norman Chamber of Commerce. He retains a Bachelor of Small business Administration from the University of Oklahoma and a master’s diploma from Oklahoma Christian University.

Suitable also extra Erin Yarbrough as director of advertising. She earlier was in advertising and communications for OU for 13 a long time.

About the addition to the enterprise identify, Shoemaker said:

“Ideal Households and Neighborhoods has lengthy been centered on creating not just gorgeous, significant-top quality properties, but also communities that link our owners in a lot more than 21 neighborhoods in the Oklahoma City and Stillwater areas. We perspective our neighborhoods as an extension of our properties, and we felt it was essential to replicate that in our title. We are at the commencing levels of applying new branding to spotlight our dedication to modern day and productive homes, as well as incorporating neighborhoods in our branding initiatives.”