ATLANTA, GA — Habitat for Humanity Intl, a non-profit homebuilder based in Atlanta, GA, appeared for the third consecutive year on the BUILDER 100 list, a ranking of the nation’s largest homebuilders, compiled by BUILDER magazine.
Retaining its sixth place rank for the second year in a row, up two spots from its first showing in 2009 in eighth place, Habitat for Humanity saw a revenue increase of 13 percent for 2011 with a total of 4,970 closings.
Home Builders Blitz
In the aftermath of the Great Recession, the services offered by Habitat for Humanity are more in demand and more essential than ever. One popular program offered by the non-profit is the Home Builders blitz, a partnership between Habitat for Humanity and professional home builders to build, renovate and repair homes around the U.S.
This initiative, which started nationally in 2006, will take place June 4-8 with a goal to build 200 homes in five days. Sponsors include Masco Corp. Foundation, presenting and Lowe's and Royal Building Products, national.
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