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Home Industry Giants to Expand Smart Water Technology to More Homes

Moen and Lennar are joining forces to put the Flo by Moen Smart Water Shutoff in Lennar homes nationwide

Housing Giants

2020 Housing Giants List

Each annual Housing Giants list is a snapshot in time of builders’ perceived opportunities and challenges. This year is no exception, but the challenges that have emerged are unprecedented

Housing Giants

2019 Housing Giants Rankings List

The top U.S. home builders ranked by revenue

Housing Giants

2018 Housing Giants Rankings of Home Building Companies

Professional Builder's 2018 Housing Giants Report lists the top U.S. home builders ranked by revenue

Business Management

2018 Housing Giants: Strategic Cost Cutting

Housing Giants seek economies of scale, operational efficiencies, and downsized designs in an effort to make homes more affordable

Housing Giants

2018 Housing Giants: How Big Builders Are Staying Nimble

Housing Giants face a multitude of conditions to monitor, juggle, and act on across numerous markets. Here's insight and advice on managing size and agility

Business Management

What’s Your Core Competitive Strategy?

There’s no one-size-fits-all-markets game plan for builders that want to grow, but guiding principles can offer direction

Housing Giants

KB Home, PulteGroup top Pro Builder's ranking of largest builders in California

See the 30 largest home builders in California on Pro Builder's national Housing Giants list

Economics

1996-2006: The Big Boom

The last 10 years were all good years for the American housing industry. The unprecedented national housing market expansion that began in 1993 ended abruptly in the fall of 2005, but that 12-year housing boom made many builders wealthy. It also made a lot of home building companies large, especially at the top of PB's Giant 400.

National Builders

Professional Builder Giant 400: Publics' Profits at Peak

The public home builders' filings with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission show these companies made their best margins ever in 2005, even though they don't separate land profits from those made by building and selling houses. It will be a tough act to follow this year

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