Which of North Texas’ largest counties had the most homes built in 2018?
Homebuilders in North Texas reported increased local revenue in 2018 with a number of new home developments that began construction last year.
The Dallas Business Journal surveyed home builders with a presence in the North Texas area beginning Feb. 6.
On average, local divisions of the homebuilders on The List reported revenue of more than $456.5 million in 2018. That’s up from last year’s average of $419.9 million.
Large subdivisions, like Walsh, contributed to revenue numbers of some respondents. The Walsh community is expected to have more than 15,000 homes built in total by companies, such as David Weekley Homes and Highland Homes, over the coming years.
Areas of rapid growth are continued to see more housing developments starting construction last year as well.
PulteGroup began work on homes in the Del Webb at Union Park 55+ community in Little Elm late last year, while Darling Homes broke ground on houses in Allen’s Montgomery Farm development.
Visit www.DallasNews.com for the full article and breakdown for Collin, Dallas, and Tarrant Counties.