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#1 Builder

Idaho's #1 Builder

For us, being at the top is never lonely.

32 years ago, CBH started building the dream, one home at a time. We didn’t set out to become the #1 home builder in Idaho or #47 in the nation, but when people like what you do, they generally tell other people and that’s worked out pretty good for us and everybody else too.

We're 26,000 homeowners STRONG and counting. We couldn't be more grateful, humbled and amazed. We thank everyone who helped, hammered, closed and so much more along the way.

With new homes available in Boise and the surrounding areas, come see what the hype is all about and start shopping today.

Awarded a Best Place to Work in Idaho.

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It's official, CBH Homes is an Idaho Best Place to Work. We are beyond excited to make this list and even prouder to be a place where our employees love to come to work every day to serve our customers and homeowners.

CBH is in the Top 10 Best Places to Work in Idaho for 2017

Executive Team

Corey Barton


Raised in Boise, Idaho, Corey got his early start in the new home construction industry as a framer. After many years of working for several Treasure Valley builders, Corey became known for his dedication, hard work, and eye for quality. The builders (and homeowners!) he worked with found that they could always count on him when they needed something done right.

As his reputation grew around the Valley, so did his confidence and, in 1992, with not much more than his pickup truck and a tool belt, Barton began building new homes in Caldwell and Boise, Idaho. A tireless worker and master of efficiency, Corey quickly won the accolades of buyers with his spacious floor plans, quality construction, and a wide range of finish options. His following of happy homeowners grew rapidly, and he became known for giving his buyers more for their money.

Since 1992, Corey has led CBH Homes to become Idaho’s #1 Builder, and his company has built over 26,000 homes in the Treasure Valley.

When Corey isn’t at CBH, you’ll find him with his beautiful family. He enjoys being “Super Dad” and the #1 fan for his family.

Ronda Conger

Vice President, 2021 NAHB Woman of the Year

Recently named the 2021 National Association of Home Builders Woman of the Year, Ronda Conger oversees all areas of the company including day-to-day operations, marketing, new home sales, and community relations. Since 2003, she has been instrumental in guiding us to strengthen our position as Idaho’s #1 new construction home builder and further championing our commitment to community involvement.

Ronda began her career in 1993 with KB Homes in Las Vegas, one of the nation’s top five builders. While there, she held a variety of roles learning all aspects of home building from sales to marketing to warranties. In 1996, Ronda joined O’Neill Enterprises, a ULI Gold Nugget Land Developer in Boise, Idaho.

Ronda is an active member of the Boise business community where she has been awarded a 2023 Most Influential Women Leader to Watch and has been recognized by Women We Admire as a 2022 Top 50 Women Leaders of the Mountain Region.

She’s also a proud wife, mother of two sons, author of 5 books, and a full tank of gas.

Sales & Marketing

Holly Haener

Director of Sales Operations/Leader
REALTOR® CBH Sales & Marketing Inc.

Tara Kristensen

Personal Cheerleader for Ronda Conger/Leader

2022 PNW Admin Leadership Award Winner

Genny Heikka

Director of Marketing & Leadership Development/Leader

CeCe Cheney

Tech Manager/Leader

Arielle Heinonen

Creative Director/Leader

Monica Jackson

CBH Events Leader

Lizzie Oropeza

Assistant to the Director of Sales Operations/Leader

Emelyne Smith

Events Assistant/Leader

Makayla Chappell

Marketing Specialist/Leader

Suzanne Kanz

Marketing Specialist/Leader

Shelby Bond

Graphic Designer/Leader

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