|By Marketwired .||
|May 20, 2014 02:30 PM EDT||
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- Professional Builder magazine, the nation's leading business publication for the home building industry, announced the 2014 rankings of the nation's largest builders in its May issue's 2014 Housing Giants Report. An online list of the rankings has just been released on www.ProBuilder.com.
The annual Housing Giants Report is a service Professional Builder has delivered to its 117,000-member audience for more than four decades. The ability to sort the list online is a new feature introduced this year. Online visitors can sort the data by rank, previous rank, company name, revenue and closings. The enhanced online list also provides additional information on each of the 293 ranked companies. Clicking on an individual company launches a profile page with detailed company information, including what and where the company builds.
D. R. Horton Inc., Fort Worth, Texas, posted $6.4 billion in revenue in 2013, making it the top-grossing home builder in both new home revenue and closings, repeating its No. 1 ranking from 2012. PulteGroup Inc., Bloomfield Hills, Mich, again ranked second for its 2013 revenue generation. Lennar Corp., Miami, Fla., ranked third in revenue and second in units closed.
Additional 2014 Housing Giants coverage in print and online includes "Housing Giants Overview and Analysis," "In Pursuit of Capital," "The Long Road to Energy Efficiency," and "The Resurrection of Orleans Homebuilders."
Professional Builder is published by SGC Horizon/Scranton Gillette Communications. For more information on the 2014 Housing Giants Report, visit www.ProBuilder.com.
SGC Horizon serves the construction equipment, residential and commercial construction markets with award-winning publications, websites and industry-leading events. Scranton Gillette Communications is a privately owned company with more than a century of business-to-business media experience in 16 diverse industries.
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