Professional Builder names Stylecraft Builders a 2011 Housing Giant

For the 41st year in a row, Professional Builder magazine has issued its annual list of homebuilder leaders. We’re excited that Stylecraft Builders made the publication’s Annual Report of America’s Housing Giants. The list is the result of extensive research into the industry and identified the top 400 builders across the United States.

Inclusion on the list of Housing Giants is based on the total number of closings in the previous year. That list is then sorted according to annual revenue to determine a homebuilder’s actual rank. Stylecraft Builders earned number 156, with 250 closings and $36 million in sales in 2010. With national companies that close on thousands of homes each year—the top five companies totaled 64,409 closings last year—we’re in good company on this list. We’re thankful for our homebuilding success in the Bryan-College Station market here in Texas, and for the recognition that America’s Housing Giants gives to our efforts.

Our feeling is that being biggest doesn’t mean the best. So, Stylecraft Builders focuses on meticulous attention to detail, providing our buyers with optimum value, and building homes that exceed expectations. Our most rewarding list is the growing one of satisfied customers who are living in one of our new homes!

And kudos to Habitat for Humanity International! This non-profit organization builds affordable homes for needy and deserving people. Last year, they accomplished that goal 6,032 times, which earned it the 25th spot on the list of Housing Giants.

If you’re considering moving to the Bryan-College Station area, please come and talk to us. We’re proven specialists in our community and welcome the opportunity to guide you toward the home you’ve been dreaming of!


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