Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers posted third-quarter net income of $66.7 million, down compared to net income of $97.7 million last year. However, Robert Toll, executive chairman, noted that the company is encouraged by recent positive reports.
How wise is it to invest in residential construction right now? The answer: it depends
December 1, 2014
The HW 30 represents the top public companies that make up the core of the nation’s housing economy. Among them are some of the country’s biggest builders, the largest among them D.R. Horton, though Toll Brothers is perhaps the one to watch now. Is it time to invest in home construction? Here’s our take.
Not every builder is on board with federal regulators’ move this week to open the credit box and ease mortgage-qualification standards. While other builders like PulteGroup and Ryland Group welcome the new rules, Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers finds the rule dumb.
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