Bill Orosz graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1971, and the Harvard Business School in 1973. He began his career in Naples, Florida and later joined Savill & Company in Indianapolis where he created one of the state’s largest property management companies. In 1980, Bill moved to Orlando as president and CEO of Catalina Homes growing the company from 69 units per year to 1,200 per year. In May 1991, Bill formed Cambridge Homes, a residential building company operating in Florida and North Carolina which grew in size to be one of the largest private building companies in Florida. After building more than 14,000 homes over his career, Bill sold Cambridge Homes in 2005 to K. Hovnanian Enterprises, Inc., then the nation’s 5th largest homebuilder. In 2007, Bill formed Hanover Capital Partners as a private real estate investment and development company and in 2011, with his sons, grew the company to include Royal Oak Homes where he serves as Chief Executive Officer.
In addition to his business endeavors, Bill takes most pride in his ability to give back to the community. Most recently, he has served as Chairman of the Catholic Foundation of Central Florida whose philanthropy reaches throughout the greater nine county Central Florida area.
Bill is married to his wife of over 35 years, Jody and enjoys spending time with their Golden Retriever, Riley.