In 60 markets in 21 states, D.R. Horton’s entry-level juggernaut sets its own pace.
By John McManus | Builder
For D.R. Horton, the once and would-be future No. 1 home builder in America, the business of home building may not be easy, but it’s pretty simple.
Build houses and neighborhoods people say they want, and sell them at prices people in those locations can pay.
Rinse. Repeat. Win.
There’s a lot of talk, including a lot of talk among builders, about costs right now, and how costs’ impacts on house prices could subdue demand and bring this recovery cycle to a grinding halt as the good part—an entry-level surge—has been just getting going.