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RSI Homes Announces Accredited Real Estate Agent Program

Real Estate Veterans Tapped for Orange and Los Angeles Counties

NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- RSI Homes(sm), a company that has redefined homebuilding through its Precision-Built(sm) construction process, announced the launch of its Accredited Real Estate Agent (AREA) Program and the selection of its first two agents. These qualified residential real estate agents have been engaged by RSI Homes to locate properties in key geographic markets where the company is interested in buying older and/or dilapidated homes and replacing it with a new RSI home.

"RSI Homes spent a considerable amount of time searching for real estate agents who are mavericks in the industry and leaders in the markets they serve," said Peter Boutros, president and COO of RSI Homes. "Entrusting these agents with this opportunity is pivotal at this time as we continue to actively build throughout Orange County and now the San Fernando Valley. Their efforts will allow RSI Homes to further demonstrate its innovative construction process which allows for a brand new home to be built in 45 calendar days or less from the start of vertical construction."

Through RSI's Program, AREA representatives will identify older, dilapidated properties throughout Orange and Los Angeles counties suitable for RSI Homes to purchase and replace with a brand new, high-quality energy efficient home. In addition, these agents will promote proprietary programs which will transform the home-buying and selling process.

Accredited real estate agents accepted into the program will complete a certification program by RSI Homes, demonstrating their understanding of the company's Precision-Built construction process and knowledge about RSI's proprietary programs. Real estate agents will represent RSI Homes in key geographic markets where the company actively builds including: Orange and Los Angeles counties. The company envisions that these agents will become an integrated part of RSI's model for expansion throughout Southern California and nationwide.

"While we continue our search for agents that embody the vision and passion for representing RSI Homes in regions where we actively build, we are pleased to announce the appointment of our first two agents," Boutros said. "Both are highly dynamic real estate professionals with an impressive track-record of success and understanding of the markets they serve."

Valerie Torelli, a 30-year real estate industry veteran and president and CEO of Torelli Realty, is the appointed representative for RSI Homes in the Costa Mesa-Newport Beach market.

As a full-service provider, Torelli Realty offers a variety of means to help buyers, sellers and landlords. The Costa Mesa Real Estate office is situated in the heart of Costa Mesa, in the Mesa Verde neighborhood. The company has sold more 2,000 homes sold in Costa Mesa and generated more $150 million in recent sales. For more information, visit

Anita Rich Selected for San Fernando Valley Market
Anita Rich is also a 30-year real estate industry veteran and president of CEO of The Rich Group. Rich is the appointed representative for RSI Homes in key markets in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley including: Sherman Oaks and Encino.

Rich is the founder of the Rich Group, a dedicated professional team of agents. Her team is specialized in numerous real estate fields including: financing and property management. Rich is a licensed broker, a designated short sale expert, CRS, REO Specialist, graduate of The Luxury Home Institute, commercial director and former team leader of KW Sherman Oaks Office. Additional information can be viewed at:

RSI Homes is America's most trusted homebuilding partner dedicated to delivering exceptional value, quality and comfort to the nation's middle-class segment at all life stages. The company brings a unique approach to the construction of new homes. By leveraging RSI's Precision-Built(sm) construction process, the company is able to deliver new, high-quality, energy-efficient homes on time, on budget and for far less than traditional new construction. Homes are built in 45 calendar days or less from the start of vertical construction.

RSI Homes offers a library of seven floor plans ranging from 1,232 square feet to 2,548 square feet. A two-car attached side garage comes standard with every home. Additional plans available include detached two- or three-car garages, as well as a convenient carriage unit featuring 799 square feet of living space. All plans include exceptional energy-efficient features and offer a number of fine appointments such as frameless style cabinetry and granite counter tops, ENERGY STAR® appliances, and designer flooring and tile work.

Based in Newport Beach, Calif., RSI Homes has proven its success by building and selling hundreds of homes and award-winning communities throughout Southern California. Each home is backed by RSI's commitment to building superior, high-quality homes. For more information, visit or call 1-877-418-2023.

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