published on September 1, 2016 - 8:56 AM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

For the fourth consecutive year, McCaffrey Homes has been named a Housing Giant by Professional Builder magazine.


Every year, the leading industry publication ranks the nation’s largest homebuilders by housing revenue and the number of homes closed in the prior year. For four decades, the Housing Giants list has been the preeminent listing of America’s largest homebuilders.

Over the last two years, McCaffrey Homes has climbed in the rankings — rising 27 spots from 2015 and 51 places higher from 2014.

“It’s an honor to again be recognized by Professional Builder as one of the top builders in the nation,” said Robert McCaffrey, CEO of McCaffrey Homes. “This is an honor for our entire team, which works so hard to make McCaffrey Homes special.”

“We value the trust and loyalty we’ve earned from our homebuyers,” McCaffrey said. “Meeting and exceeding the needs of buyers is the reason our firm continues to grow, and what’s most rewarding is that so many of our homeowners are repeat buyers or referrals.”

Firms that wish to be considered for the Housing Giants list must complete a questionnaire that includes the types of homes they build, average square footage, revenue and closings. In addition, Professional Builder retains researchers who contact large building firms to create the most complete and authoritative list of America’s largest building firms.

The 2016 Housing Giants report also includes a state-by-state map of where builders are building, as well as in-depth features on the state of entry-level housing and the future of master-planned communities, offering a comprehensive view of the challenges and opportunities homebuilders face in the next few years, along with how what they are building may be changing.

Firms ranked by the publication will be the focal point of Professional Builder’s Housing Giants Leadership Conference in La Jolla on October 19-21.


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