About Hanover Family Builders
While founded in 2007, the principals of Hanover Capital Partners have a long legacy of active residential and commercial development in Central Florida. William (“Bill”) Orosz moved to Central Florida in 1981 to run Catalina Homes, a small local home builder. Bill and his partner grew the business and sold the company to American Pioneer Savings Bank in 1985. Bill continued to manage the company until he started Cambridge Homes in 1991 which grew to be one of the largest private home builders in Central Florida with satellite operations in Charlotte, North Carolina. The company was sold to K. Hovnanian Enterprises (A NYSE Company & 6th largest builder in the U.S.) in 2005. In 2010, the Orosz family guided by sons Stephen and Matthew, successfully launched Royal Oak Homes which was sold in 2014 to AV Homes, Inc. (A NYSE Company). All in, the company has built more than 25,000 homes and developed more than 10,000 residential lots.
Throughout the Orosz family history, its homes, developments and management teams have received numerous awards and accolades for design excellence, quality construction, fast-track growth, philanthropic initiatives and for operating as one of the top 100 builders in the United States (both by unit count and dollar volume).