For many builders, 2009 marked a year of hardships, decreased sales and plummeting assets. Construction was frozen and new starts were virtually non-existent. However, for Florida home builder, Highland Holdings (Highland Homes) this was not the case. The local company has managed to prosper over the past year and has moved 11 spots up on Builder Magazine’s Builder 100 list, jumping from 84 in 2008 to 73 in 2009.\n\nAn annual list, the Builder 100 ranks the top-100 builders in the country based on total closings. With 334 total closings, Highland Homes managed to move forward on a list where many builders dropped dramatically. We couldn't be happier, 2009 was a tough year for everyone in the real estate industry and we are proud to still be standing and serving the needs of central Florida home buyers.\n\nThe Builder 100 list is comprised of both private and public builders. The list is compiled annually in May and is published by Builder Magazine. For more information about the Builder 100 please visit Builder Magazine's website.\n\nWith 21 communities and a decade of experience building new homes in Florida, Highland Homes is dedicated to providing its customers with a high quality product at an affordable price. Highland Homes was recognized as the nation’s 73rd largest building company by Builder Magazine’s 2009 Builder 100. Highland Homes builds single-family homes in 10 cities throughout central Florida including Bartow, Davenport, Lakeland, Lake Hamilton, Leesburg, Mulberry, St. Cloud, Wesley Chapel, Wimauma and Winter Haven. For more information about the Florida home builder or any of the communities, visit the Highland Homes website.\n\nThanks to everyone on the Highland Homes team who helped contribute to our successes, we couldn't have done it without you.
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.