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03 May . 2017

Hollyhock builders rank high on 2017 BUILDER 100 list

As a group, the five leading homebuilders in Hollyhock built nearly 12,000 new homes across the United States last year, with a total value of nearly $5 billion.

With that kind of performance, it’s hardly surprising that all of Hollyhock’s homebuilders rank among the top 20 privately owned builders in the nation, according to the 2017 BUILDER 100 list

Even more impressive, three Hollyhock builders rank among the nation’s top 10 private builders.

Published annually by BUILDER magazine, this influential list ranks builders by the number of closings they had in the previous year.

David Weekley Homes is the nation’s largest private, for-profit builder on the BUILDER 100 list. The company closed 3,895 homes in 2016, with gross revenue of $1.8 billion.

Dallas-based Highland Homes is No. 3 among private, for-profit builders, with 2,715 closings and $1.1 billion in revenue.

Rounding out the privately held top 10 is Perry Homes, in 9th place. The parent company of Hollyhock builder Britton Homes, Perry had 1,826 closings and revenue of $710 million.

The Drees Co. ranks No. 13 among private builders, with 1,615 closings and $721 in revenue.

MHI-McGuyer Homebuilders, the parent company of Coventry Homes, ranks 17th among private builders. MHI had 1,504 closings and $623 in revenue.

All five of the homebuilders in Hollyhock are privately owned companies. Overall, they offer new homes priced from the $400,000s to $600,000s in this Frisco community.

Several Hollyhock builders, including David Weekley, Highland and Drees, moved up in their 2017 BUILDER 100 rankings compared to 2016.

Looking at the entire BUILDER 100 list of both publicly held and privately owned companies, members of Hollyhock’s builder team still hold some strong positions. David Weekley ranks No. 16 and Highland comes in at No. 21 on the overall list, followed by Perry (28), Drees (32) and MHI (36).