Rey Homes in the Media

At Rey Homes, we live in the communities we build in, giving us a vested interest far past just building and selling homes. Because of this, we like to always make sure that we help develop the beauty of Central Florida not only physically with the buildings we construct, but through the community as well. Scroll through our Facebook news feed and get to know us personally, then take some time to go through our articles – you’ll quickly see how long we have been in Central Florida and more importantly how much we care.

Hispanics Prosper

Hispanics Prosper | By Walter Pacheco | January 12, 2002 "I see how Orlando has taken shape in the last few years and the Hispanic community is definitely responsible for much of that growth.' -Tony Rey, Orlando businessman Tony Rey came to Orlando from Cuba in 1970,...

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Home Builders Cater to Cultural Differences

Professional Builders | March 01, 2007 | By Jennifer D. Duell, Contributing Editor One size does not fit all when it comes to home buyers and their preferences. Data from the Joint Center for Housing Studies and the U.S. Census Bureau combined with home builder...

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7 Area Firms Are Among Top 500 In The Nation

Orlando Sentinel | July 9, 2000 | Read Original Article Seven Central Florida businesses were listed among the top 500 Hispanic-owned companies in the country by Hispanic Business magazine. In its June 2000 issue, the California-based magazine ranked the businesses...

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Cuban Immigrant Builds American Success Story

Orlando Sentinel | July 16, 2001 | By Jack Snyder, Sentinel Staff Writer Tony Rey's First Job Was As A Dishwasher. Now He And His Family Run A Successful Home-building Firm. When Jose "Tony" Rey came to Orlando from Cuba in 1970, he washed dishes in a restaurant for...

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