Thanks to our government relationships and strong ties in the real estate industry, we have played an integral role in helping communities rebuild and recover from wildfires.
After the California wildfires in Santa Rosa and San Diego, The Dorsee Company mobilized our professional resources to assist Stonefield Development. We helped them identify the residential communities affected, who could be assist in helping rebuild their home for a competitive price and efficient timeline, secure positive media coverage, and work behind the scenes with community leaders and government officials to ensure a smooth and rapid rebuild. In addition, The Dorsee Company helped New Pointe Communities rebuild homes and purchase “fire lots” in the Rancho Bernardo community of San Diego.
Contractor taps lessons from wildfire rebuilds to complete 98 Santa Rosa homes; coronavirus lockdown kick-starts Fountaingrove reconstruction
JEFF QUACKENBUSH | NORTH BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL | June 10, 2020
Brad and Brandy Sherwood were like many owners of the 5,600 homes destroyed in the 2017 Tubbs Fire — underinsured and inexperienced with the homebuilding process.
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Rebuilding Sonoma County: New apartments, houses underway in greater Mark West
HANNAH BEAUSANG | THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | November 23, 2018
Orange County-based Stonefield Development, which has set up an office in Larkfield Center and is undertaking group rebuilds, has poured more than 70 foundations for the 78 homes it’s rebuilding in Mark West Estates, spokeswoman Debbie Dorsee said. Framing is underway on almost 50 of those, with the estimated move in dates set for early 2019, she said. In Larkfield Estates, 16 homes are being built and could be ready for occupancy this spring, she said.
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Working together with civic leaders, The Dorsee Company has helped forge a blueprint for rebuilding homes after a natural disaster.