Tue, Aug. 25, 8:37 AM
- Toll Brothers (NYSE:TOL) is 2.4% lower premarket after posting a miss on its FQ3 revenues and profits.
- Net income slipped nearly 32%, to $66.7M. While revenues fell 3%, net signed contracts were up 30% in dollar terms, to $1.23B, and up 12% in terms of units, to 1,479.
- Backlog of $3.69B (up 19%) and 4,447 units (up 6%), the highest backlog for any quarter's end in eight years. Average price of homes in backlog was $829K, over $800K for the first time.
- Gross margin of 19.8% was down from a year-ago 22.7%.
- The company guided to fiscal Q4 deliveries of 1,645-1,945 at average price of $780K-$800K, which narrows its guidance on full-year deliveries to 5,350-5,650 homes at average price of $745K-$760K.
- The company will discuss the results and its full-year outlook on a conference call to come at 11 a.m. ET.
- Press Release
Tue, Aug. 25, 5:13 AM
Mon, Aug. 24, 5:30 PM
Wed, May 27, 7:21 AM
- FQ2 net income of $67.9M or $0.37 per share vs. $65.2M and $0.35 one year ago.
- Home building deliveries of 1,195 units and $852.6M down 2% in units and 1% in dollars Y/Y. ASP of $713K vs. $706K.
- Net signed contracts of 1,931 units and $1.6B up 10% in units, 25% in dollars. ASP of $826K vs. $729K.
- Backlog of 4,387 units and $3.48B up 1% in units, 9% in dollars. ASP of $794K vs. $742K.
- Gross margin of 25.3% up 170 basis points from a year ago.
- Looking into FQ3, company says net contracts in the first four weeks were flat Y/Y thanks to a slow first week followed by robust improvements over the subsequent three weeks.
- Fiscal 2015 guidance is narrowed to deliveries of 5.3K-5.9K homes with ASP of $730K-$760K. Gross margin should be about 26%, with improvement coming in 2016.
- Earnings call at 11 ET
- Previously: Toll Brothers beats by $0.02, misses on revenue (May 27)
- TOL +0.4% premarket
Wed, May 27, 5:56 AM
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Tue, Feb. 24, 7:06 AM
- FQ1 (ending Jan. 31) net income of $81.3M or $0.44 per share vs. $45.6M and $0.25 one year earlier.
- Revenue of $853.5M up 33% Y/Y, and deliveries of 1,091 units up 18%. ASP of $782.3K vs $693.6K.
- Net signed contracts of $873.2M and 1,063 units up 24% in dollars, up 16% in units Y/Y. ASP of $821.5K vs. $766.1K.
- Backlo of $2.74B and 3,651 units, up 2% in dollars and flat in units Y/Y.
- Gross margin of 27.3% up 290 basis points Y/Y.
- Fiscal 2015 guidance is lifted: 5.2K-6K home deliveries vs. 5K-6K previously estimated. ASP is bumped to $725K-$760K from $710K-$760K. For fiscal 2014, there were 5,397 deliveries at an ASP of $725K.
- Conference call at 11 ET
- Previously: Toll Brothers beats by $0.14, beats on revenue (Feb. 24)
- TOL +4.3% premarket
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- The company earlier reported bottom-line results which beat estimates, but the top line slightly missed.
- FQ4 (ending Nov. 30) deliveries of 6,950 homes gained 23% from a year ago. New orders of 5,492 homes up 22%, up 24% in dollar terms. ASP of $329K vs. $307K a year ago. Incentives of 23.1K per home, or 6.6% of home sales revenue vs. $20.6K and 6.3% a year ago.
- Backlogs of 5,832 homes up 21%, up 22% in dollar terms.
- Gross margins of 25.6% fell 120 basis points from a year ago. Operating margin of 16% down 90 bps.
- Like KB Home earlier this week, Lennar (LEN -4%) warns of lower gross margins for fiscal 2015.
- ITB -2.9%, XHB -2.2%
- Toll Brothers (TOL -2.7%), Hovnanian (HOV -5.3%), D.R. Horton (DHI -4.9%), Ryland (RYL -4.7%), KB Home (KBH -5.5%), Pulte (PHM -4.3%) M.D.C. Holdings (MDC -5.9%), NVR (NVR -2.5%), Standard Pacific (SPF -3.2%)
- Previously: Lennar beats by $0.11, misses on revenue (Jan. 15)
Dec. 10, 2014, 8:33 AM
- FQ4 net income takes a hit from $10.8M of inventory impairments, and a $32M warranty and litigation charge over projected stucco-related repairs at older homes in certain PA and DE communities.
- FQ4 home building deliveries (1,807 units) up 29% in dollars and 22% in units from a year ago. ASP of $747K vs. $703K.
- Net signed contracts of $970.8M and 1,282 units up 16% and 10% Y/Y, respectively. ASP of $757K vs. $721K.
- Backlog of $2.72B and 3,679 units up 3% in dollars and flat in units from a year ago.
- Gross margin, excluding interest and inventory write-downs of 25.5% vs. 25.4% one year ago.
- Conference call at 2 ET
- Previously: Toll Brothers misses by $0.02, beats on revenue
- TOL -0.8% premarket
Dec. 10, 2014, 6:00 AM
Dec. 9, 2014, 5:30 PM
Sep. 3, 2014, 7:11 AM
- Net income jumped 110% to $97.7M, or $0.53 per share, from $46.6M, or $0.26 per share, a year earlier.
- The company sold 1,444 homes in the third quarter ended July 31, up from 1,059 in the same period a year ago. Average selling price rose 12% to $732,000.
- Backlog of $3.1B and 4,204 units vs. FY 2014's third-quarter-end backlog of $2.8B and 4,001 units.
- FQ3 results
- TOL +2.3% premarket
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