KB Home Declares Second Quarter 2013 Dividend

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The board of directors of KB Home (NYS: KBH) has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $.025 per share on the Company's common stock, payable on May 16, 2013 to stockholders of record on May 2, 2013.

About KB Home


KB Home is one of the largest and most recognized homebuilding companies in the United States. Since its founding in 1957, the company has built more than half a million quality homes. KB Home's signature Built to Order™ approach lets each buyer customize their new home from lot location to floor plan and design features. In addition to meeting strict ENERGY STAR® guidelines, all KB homes are highly energy efficient to help lower monthly utility costs for homeowners, which the company demonstrates with its proprietary KB Home Energy Performance Guide® (EPG®). A leader in utilizing state-of-the-art sustainable building practices, KB Home was named the #1 Green Homebuilder in the most recent study by Calvert Investments and the #1 Homebuilder on FORTUNE magazine's 2011 World's Most Admired Companies list. Los Angeles-based KB Home was the first homebuilder listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and trades under the ticker symbol "KBH." For more information about KB Home's new home communities, call 888-KB-HOMES or visit www.kbhome.com.



KB Home
Katoiya Marshall, 310-893-7446
kmarshall@kbhome.com

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