When home builders are asked which information they deem most critical to the improvement of their businesses, info about new products is always near the top of the list. And for good reason.
Visiting with a few Housing Giants who increased their revenues most year-over-year
Professional Builder’s annual Housing Giants list, ranked by revenue, includes 293 of the country’s largest builders.
Notching their best year since 2008, the nation’s biggest builders took advantage of an improving economy and a better housing market to find revenue in new places.
Pennsylvania-based Orleans Homes navigated through Chapter 11 bankruptcy to rebuild a family company.
IPO, bond, and private equity money flocked to the Housing Giants. Is there a finance gap for everyone else?
A few of this year's Housing Giants share their quest to reach the pinnacle of high-performing homes and increased revenues.
In looking ahead to 2013, we asked builders who placed in the middle of the pack in our survey about the lessons they learned from the downturn, and how they are applying that information to future opportunities.
After years in the wilderness, big builders are once again hot properties among investors. The overall numbers from this year’s Housing Giants help explain why.
Our list of the top U.S. home builders sorted by 2012 residential construction revenue.
NVR, Inc., the nation's fourth-largest home builder, according to Professional Builder's 2012 Housing Giants rankings, has completed the acquisition of substantially all the assets of Heartland Homes, Inc., the second-largest builder in Pittsburgh and the 50th largest builder in the U.S.