Once again, Highland Homes has been recognized as one of the top home builders in the nation with rankings on both the Next 100 and the 2014 Housing Giants lists.
Compiled by BUILDER Magazine, the Builder 100 and Next 100 lists were ranked based on closings in 2013. In a highly-competitive year strengthened by an improving housing market, we ranked No. 113, which is up from No. 120 in the previous year. To attain our improved ranking, we closed an impressive 313 homes in 2013. This was up 36 percent from our closings in 2012.
Ranked according to revenue in 2013, Highland Homes was listed as No. 187 on the 2014 Housing Giants list released by Professional Builder Magazine. Our total revenue for 2013 was more than $52 million, also a significant improvement over the prior year and a number we plan to improve upon again in 2014.
Over the years, we have consistently made both lists to be ranked among the most successful homebuilders in the nation and, as a builder with locations in just seven Florida counties, it is an honor to be recognized against companies who build throughout the United States. For this year’s complete Builder 100 and Next 100 list, click here. To view Professional Builder’s 2014 Housing Giants list, click here.
As the Florida real estate market has improved, we have sought to offer even more opportunities for buyers to purchase their dream home at an affordable price. Currently we are building new homes in more than 25 communities throughout Tampa Bay, Bradenton area, Orlando, Winter Haven, Lakeland and Ocala.
For more information on all of our Florida communities, as well as our beautiful home plans, visit the Highland Homes website today.
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.