Our Team


Richard Inman is co-founding Principle and CFO of Foster Inman Homes. He and James Foster have a long history together in construction, ownership and management in the hotel industry. Richard graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in accounting and received a Master of Business from Midwestern State University. He is a licensed C.P.A. in Texas and has over 30 years of experience in higher education accounting and management operations having held positions as Comptroller at Midwestern State University, Director of Finance at Lee College, Assistant Vice President of Business Affairs at University of North Texas Health Science Center and Director of Business Services at Tarrant County College.

Richard’s primary role in Foster Inman Homes is to manage financial operations by continually evaluating the development needs, goals and direction of the company. His ability to make quick observations and suggest business adjustments is important to Foster Inman Homes’ overall stability and growth. Ultimately, Richard supports the company with a commitment to always doing the right thing for both the business and the client.

Growing up, learning was always emphasized by family whether in formal education or personal development. His parents encouraged him to do his best and be honest and honorable as an employee and later as an employer. Richard has been married for 36 years to his wife, Marsha, and they have two grown children. He is active in church life and volunteers with many organizations in his community.

Richard is a member of the Greater Fort Worth Builders Association, Texas Association of Builders, and the National Association of Home Builders.

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