Community development requires collaboration between many stakeholders. Workforce Homebuilders understands the importance of creating affordable, quality homes for our seniors and workforce. We strive to bring together the resources and people to create lasting positive impacts on lives and neighborhoods. This includes residents, elected officials, city and county staffs, community organizations and service providers and other leaders in the communities where we provide housing. The team at Workforce Homebuilders has extensive experience in community development and environmental design. They also understand the intricate process of building support for neighborhood investment.


Tony Mize

Founder and President

Tony Mize has committed his professional career, spanning more than four decades, to the residential, commercial and industrial real estate industry. His expertise includes special emphasis on the development of affordable workforce multifamily and single-family housing, as well as affordable senior housing. He is licensed as both a California Real Estate Broker and B General Contractor, with direct experience covering all aspects of development, including finance, entitlement, construction and asset management.

Mr. Mize serves as President of Workforce Homebuilders LLC. He also founded Native Building Corporation in 1985, a B general contractor, CA lic. #777814, and Inland Empire Management, Inc. in 1992, a CA Real Estate Broker, lic. #01154718. During his career he has successfully collaborated with cities, counties, redevelopment agencies, non-profit organizations, Native American tribes and state, federal and non-profit funding agencies to develop and assist in the development of thousands of units of affordable housing in California and beyond.

Mr. Mize has also dedicated substantial time and resources over the years to many regional and community based nonprofit and charitable organizations, including the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County as board member and treasurer; Inland Empire Economic Partnership as board member, Exec Committee member, treasurer and vice-chairman; Inland Empire Small Business Development Center as Advisory Board chairman; Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity as board member and treasurer.
Tony and his wife, Annabel, who is also active in the businesses, have been married since 1981. Their son, Alex was born in 1984. Tony and Alex are also members of the Quapaw and Osage tribes of Oklahoma.


Alex Mize

Assistant Project Manager

Alex Mize graduated in 2007 with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from San Diego State University. Currently, Alex serves as an assistant project manager for Workforce Homebuilders LLC. He works in the areas of early project planning, environmental predevelopment and entitlement activities, project management and construction management. He is also pursuing his post-graduate business education.