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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

Pulte Homes, Inc. (PHM)

4/4/2006 Proxy Information

Timothy Moskalik, a son-in-law of William J. Pulte, the Chairman of our Board of Directors, was employed as a Project Manager for Pulte’s Phoenix Market, and received compensation for his services of approximately $80,000, during 2005. Mr. Moskalik’s employment with Pulte ended on May 20, 2005. In addition, one of our directors, Alan E. Schwartz, is a partner with Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, which provides legal services to Pulte and its subsidiaries.

4/1/2005 Proxy Information

Alan E. Schwartz is a Partner in the law firm of Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, Detroit, Michigan, which provides legal services to Pulte Homes, Inc.

Timothy Moskalik, a son-in-law of William J. Pulte, the Chairman of our Board of Directors, was employed as a Project Manager for Pulte’s Phoenix Market in 2004. Mr. Moskalik’s compensation in 2004 was approximately $100,000.

3/29/2004 Proxy Information

Mark J. O’Brien, who was our President and Chief Executive Officer, retired from all of his positions with us as of June 30, 2003. Pursuant to an agreement we entered into with Mr. O’Brien, we will make 18 monthly payments of $70,833.33 to him. We made a one-time payment of $3,200,000 to him on January 9, 2004 for his 2003 performance bonus. On February 4, 2004, we made a lump sum payment of $1,925,000 to him in lieu of awards that would have been payable to him under our Long-Term Incentive Plan which commenced on January 1, 2001. Mr. O’Brien also will be eligible to receive, to the extent awards are payable to our executives under the plans, $1,400,000, which is one-half of the award which would have been payable to him under the Long-Term Incentive Plan which commenced on January 1, 2002, and $566,667, which is one-sixth of the award that would have been payable under the Long-Term Incentive Plan which commenced on January 1, 2003. Mr. O’Brien will also receive continued medical and dental insurance benefits until he reaches age 65; those benefits terminate on certain specified events. Mr. O’Brien also retained his stock options pursuant to the underlying option agreements. As part of this arrangement, Mr. O’Brien agreed to consult with us for 18 months and not to compete with us or solicit our employees until June 30, 2005.

Timothy Moskalik, a son-in-law of William J. Pulte, the Chairman of our Board of Directors, was employed as a Project Manager for Pulte’s Phoenix Market throughout fiscal 2003. Mr. Moskalik was paid a base salary of $75,000 and a bonus of $25,000 for his services during the year. He also received an automobile allowance of $400 per month and $2,100 in additional benefits.

Alan E. Schwartz is a partner in the law firm of Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP which serves as outside general counsel to Pulte and its subsidiaries.

3/27/2003 Proxy Information

Michael A. O’Brien, who was our Senior Vice President — Corporate Development, retired from all of his positions with us as of December 30, 2002. Mr. O’Brien agreed to consult with us for one year and not to compete with us or solicit our employees until January 1, 2006.