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More than just a Consultant ...

Through Visioning, Strategic Thinking, Innovation, Market Positioning and Product Programming, we provide the inspiration and guidance to create great places for people to live while increasing land values, builder profit and sales absorption.

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Martin & Associates

what makes us different and effective:

John Martin’s unique experience for over 50 years


Founder & Principal of Martin & Associates, Market Analyst, Residential Product Programming Specialist and Strategic Planning Consultant to Land Owners, Community Developers and Home Builders. (1996 to present)

Senior Vice President of Residential Real Estate and Strategic Planning for Newhall Land, Owners and Developers of the Valencia Community in North Los Angeles County. (1991-1996)

Corporate Vice President for Marketing at the Irvine Company, Owners and Developers of Multiple Communities and Villages on the Irvine Ranch. (1986-1990)

Land Developer and Homebuilder as Division President and Owner. (1972-1985)

Marketing and Sales Vice President for the Mission Viejo Company, Developer of the 30,000 home Mission Viejo Community. (1968-1972)

Marketing and Sales Vice President for Homebuilders John Lusk, William Lyon, Irvine Pacific and J.M. Peters, with Research, Product Design, Marketing & Sales Responsibilities.

Please visit our ABOUT US section to see John's full portfolio.


Honors and Awards

  • Tipton Award for Marketing Excellence 1970

  • Legend of Residential Marketing, National Association of Home Builders 1997

  • Inducted into the California Building Industry Hall of Fame 2008

  • Featured in Professional Builder Magazine Design Innovation Issue 2012

  • PCBC Keynote Speaker, Design Trends Forum, 50 Years of Gold Nugget Awards, 2013

  • Moderator of ULI Industry Leaders Program 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

  • Distinguished Executive in Residence at the Center for Real Estate in the Paul Merage School of Business and the School of Social Ecology at University of California, Irvine