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In an industry where "greenwashing" is often misrepresented as green building, Capsa has been proactively changing the way Austin is built. With a commitment to build responsibly and sustainably, each new project builds on the prior ones, raising the bar on green development. From solar panels to rainwater collection systems and comprehensive use of recycled and recyclable materials, every Capsa community has been more sustainable than the last. 

As Capsa expanded into building homes, Capsa Homes was born. The Capsa Homes team relies on the forethought and planning derived from "eco-engineering and design" to ensure every project challenges the industry status quo. 



Rance Clouse


A longtime veteran of Austin real estate, Rance began his real estate career in 1986. After graduating from Principia College, he worked with Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate Services Inc. in booming Ontario, California. For 8 years, Rance engaged in commercial real estate transactions, specializing in industrial and commercial brokerage services for property owners, developers, financial institutions, and Fortune 500 companies. Rance owns several entities and created Capsa Homes in 2018 as his other businesses grew. Some past notable developments include: 


  • Florence Gardens, Florence, Arizona. A 3,500 lot subdivision. Activities included marketing and sales of 350 improved lots. Construction and sales of 38 homes. Entitlement and bulk sale of 156 lots.

  • Tierra Del Sol, Florence, Arizona. A 120 lot subdivision. Activities included planning, zoning, financing, construction management, marketing, and sales.

  • Casita Hermosa Condominiums, Florence, Arizona. A 79 unit condominium development. Activities included construction management, marketing, and sales.

  • Bel Air Lofts, Austin, Texas. An 83 unit urban condominium development. Activities included financing, operations, marketing, and sales.

  • Pease Place, Austin, Texas. A 25 unit condominium development with built-in solar.

  • 904 West, Austin Texas. A 28 unit condominium development with built-in solar, including live/work units and two retail condos.

  • Towns on Cumberland. A 13 unit townhouse development with many green amenities including tankless water heaters, 100% LED lighting, and more. 

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