As a Florida home builder, Highland Homes offers beautiful new homes in more than 25 communities throughout Central Florida making it one of the largest home builders in the state and for that matter the country. BUILDER Magazine recently released their BUILDER 100 and NEXT 100 lists and Highland Homes was ranked No. 120 based on their 2012 closings.
Our being ranked so high is a testament to not only the dedication of the Highland Homes team, but is also proof that the Florida housing market is rebounding.
BUILDER Magazine compiled data for the rankings via direct surveying of the nation’s homebuilders. Rankings were then determined by annual closings and gross revenue, as well as information about where and what they build.
As a local home builder, Highland Homes builds in just six counties in Central Florida, so it is a huge honor to be ranked against national companies who build homes throughout the United States. For a complete list of the top 200 builders in the nation, visit www.builderonline.com or pick up the May 2013 issue of BUILDER Magazine.
Highland Homes currently builds spacious new homes in Tampa, Orlando, Lakeland and Winter Haven. Buyers have the opportunity to choose from more than 40 floor plans with homes available from the low-$100,000s. To make purchasing a new home even more affordable, qualified buyers can purchase their home for just $99 down.
Stop by one of our single-family home or townhome communities today and see why Highland Homes is one of the top home builders in the nation. For more information on our Florida communities, visit the Highland Homes website.
Update May 26, 2016: Highland Homes is pleased to announce they have climbed to No. 81 largest home builder in the nation on the 2015 BUILDER 100 list - Click here for information on the most recent builder rankings.
Location, home designs, features and prices are subject to change without notice. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. policy for the achievment of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.