Ben Koshkin & Brad Dill Backgrounds

Ben Koshkin – Age 70 – BBA Marketing & Economics – Lamar University 1967. MBA Finance & Industrial Relations – University of Michigan 1969. Mr. Koshkin has held a Texas Real Estate Broker’s license for forty-five (45) years and has brokered over one billion dollars ($1,000,000,000) in raw land sales. He has been involved as a principal with a home building operation building two hundred (200) new homes a year, helped acquire, own & manage over five hundred (500) rent houses, helped acquire over two million (2,000,000) square feet of retail, owned and operated one of the largest home repair operations in Houston during the late 1980s and started his first land development thirty- seven (37) years ago. Currently Mr. Koshkin does fee land development for large homebuilders in the Houston area. Mr. Koshkin has substantial experience in dealing with the Corp of Engineers, environmental engineers, various flood control agencies and civil engineers solving potential development issues. In addition to Houston Mr. Koshkin has dealt with numerous cities in the area including Baytown, League City, Humble, Katy, Tomball and Galveston. He has dealt with all the counties in the Houston area including Waller, Ft. Bend, Harris, Montgomery, Liberty, Chambers, Brazoria and Galveston.

Mr. Koshkin has been actively involved with numerous service and charitable organizations over the years including various committees with the Houston Association of Realtors, City of Houston Mayor’s Committee on Americans With Disabilities Act, Director of Lifeway International, the second oldest Twelve (12) Step substance abuse program for young adults in the U.S., the Houston Urban Bunch building parks within the City of Houston, director of various Municipal Utility Districts and Homeowner’s Associations, president of the Houston Executives Breakfast Club, Waller County Centennial Committee, various committees for the Stafford ISD, Hurricane Rita Aid, Habitat for Humanity and has previously taught Real Estate Courses at Houston Community College.

Brad Dill – Age 57 – BS Degree in Industrial Administration – Real Estate Finance with a minor in Architecture, Iowa State University 1981. Mr. Dill has more than thirty-nine (39) years’ experience in all aspects of real estate development including vacant land, residential lots and homes, golf course/country club,

multi-family, industrial, retail, office, agricultural and manufactured/modular home properties. This experience has been in Texas (all major metropolitan areas), Colorado, Arizona, Florida, Iowa, South Carolina, North Carolina, California, New Mexico and Georgia. Mr. Dill has marketed, contracted and closed or acquired more than four hundred (400) real estate transactions totaling in excess of two hundred million ($200,000,000) dollars; developed, or currently developing, more than thirty five hundred (3,500) residential lots in numerous subdivisions; having provided consulting and due diligence services to multiple projects involving land, lots, notes, Municipal Utility District (MUD) reimbursables, business and private utility companies; successfully negotiated the reimbursement of millions of dollars from numerous MUD’s and homeowners associations; contracted, sold and administered lot option contracts with most major home builders in the greater Houston area; interfaced with most MUD consultants in the Houston market; interfaced with numerous governmental officials at the City of Houston, Harris County, Harris County Flood Control, various local municipalities and other smaller governmental entities in the greater Houston area; and, has been an owner’s representative for more than twenty five (25) projects involving MUD’s and has served as an officer or Architectural Control Committee member on more than twenty five (25) Homeowners Associations.

Mr. Dill has been very active helping various non-profits and has been particularly active as a founding member and former director of the Holy Trinity Episcopal School. He has donated time to a foundation at Klein United Methodist Church, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Crop Walks, PSI (Private Sector Initiative – repairing homes for elderly homeowners), Operation Compassion after Hurricane Katrina and Habitat for Humanity.

Single-family residential subdivisions that Brad Dill and Ben Koshkin have been active in including the nearest town are:

  •   Aldine Village, Houston, TX
  •   Amarillo Coulter, Amarillo, TX
  •   Atascocita, Houston, TX
  •   Bar X, Angleton, TX

 Beaver Dam, Gulfport/Biloxi, MS

  •   Belmont Park, Amarillo, TX
  •   Brenwood, Houston, TX
  •   Brookside Court, Houston, TX
  •   Cedar Creek, San Antonio, TX
  •   Champion Lake, The Woodlands, TX
  •   Clayton Oaks, Houston, TX
  •   College Park, San Antonio, TX
  •   Country Colony, Porter, TX
  •   Coventry, Houston, TX
  •   Cypress Terrace, Houston, TX
  •   Estate of Teal Run, Houston, TX
  •   Forestwood, Houston, TX
  •   Great Hills, Austin, TX
  •   Greenfield Forest, Houston, TX
  •   Greenwood Village, Tyler, TX
  •   Hills & Dales, San Antonio, TX
  •   Hunters Ridge, Baytown, TX
  •   Kennedy Heights, Houston, TX
  •   Lake Forest Village, Trophy Club, TX
  •   Leisure Lakes, League City, TX
  •   Mallard Crossing, Hockley, TX
  •   Meadow Lake, Baytown, TX
  •   Millers Landing, Channelview, TX
  •   Mill Creek, Houston, TX
  •   Mustang Crossing, Alvin, TX
  •   Northshore, Rockwall, TX
  •   Oak Ridge Estates, Portland, TX
  •   Oak Ridge North, The Woodlands, TX
  •   Queensbourgh, Shreveport, LA
  •   Parkhollow, Houston, TX
  •   Pinecrest, Trinity, TX
  •   Plantation Hills, Midland, TX
  •   Roman Forest, New Caney, TX
  •   Sea Isle, Galveston, TX

 South Ridge Crossing, Houston, TX

  •   Spencer Landing, La Porte, TX
  •   Spring Creek Forest, Houston, TX
  •   Spring Creek Oaks, Houston, TX
  •   Sugar Mill, Sugarland, TX
  •   The Meadows, Castle Rock, CO
  •   The Park, Amarillo, TX
  •   The Shores, Amarillo, TX
  •   Three Lakes, Tomball, TX
  •   Tiki Isle, Tiki Island, TX
  •   Timberwood, Humble, TX
  •   Traditions, Houston, TX
  •   Trophy Club, Trophy Club, TX
  •   Walden on Lake Houston, Houston, TX
  •   Walraven, Huffman, TX
  •   Westchester Lakes, Hockley, TX
  •   Westhollow Village, Houston, TX
  •   Western Hills, San Antonio, TX
  •   Wheatstone Estates, Houston, TX
  •   White’s Lake Estates, Highlands, TX
  •   Willow Lake, Fort Worth, TX
  •   Yorkshire Forest, Magnolia, TX

The following are some of the Houston area builders Mr. Dill and Mr. Koshkin have previously worked with:

  •   American Designer Homes
  •   Aspen Building Group
  •   Bill Cox Homes
  •   Brighton Homes
  •   Calais Homes
  •   Carlisle Homes
  •   Casa Linda Homes
  •   Castlerock Homes
  •   Centex Homes

 Chesmar Homes

  •   Choice Homes
  •   David Weekly Homes
  •   Dover Homes
  •   DR Horton Homes
  •   Espree Homes
  •   Gateway Homes
  •   Gehan Homes
  •   General Homes
  •   GreenEco Builders
  •   Hampton Homes
  •   Huntington Custom Homes
  •   Huntwick Custom Homes
  •   JMC Homes
  •   KB Homes
  •   K. Hovnanian Homes
  •   Kimball Hill Homes
  •   Lennar Homes
  •   Maplewood Homes
  •   Meritage Homes
  •   Perry Homes
  •   Pioneer Homes
  •   Plantation Homes
  •   Power Saver Homes
  •   Pulte Homes
  •   Royce Homes
  •   Ryland Homes
  •   Sam Plummer Homes
  •   Taylor Morrison Homes
  •   U.S. Homes