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Mar. 19, 2023 5:02 AM ETNVR, Inc. (NVR)3 Comments
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Douglas McKenny


  • NVR has earned shareholders an 87% total shareholder return over the last five years, against 46% for the S&P 500.
  • Management is rewarded for allocating capital in ways that benefit shareholders.
  • The business model is asset-light, robust and very profitable.
  • NVR is the best capital allocator in the industry and investors should bet on it to once again become a market beater.

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NVR, Inc. (NYSE:NVR) has been an elite performer, delivering exceptional returns to its shareholders. While the company’s total returns to shareholders have declined in recent times, this ignores how well the company has allocated capital, largely thanks to

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Comments (3)

Gary Kime profile picture
You nailed it, but no one follows this stock. It’s a work horse and I’ve held this as a standard holding in my portfolio for quite some time. They don’t buy large tracts of land, they are the most vertically integrated builder, and understand shareholder return. Nobody cares, so just invest and don’t share the word. It’s a winner!
Way too expensive up here for no divvy!!! Remember when then stock was $3500!
P Adams profile picture
NVR doesn’t pay a dividend. Never has and doesn’t plan to. Excess cash is returned to shareholders solely via share repurchases, which aren’t accretive to shareholder value when price exceeds intrinsic value. I would prefer the board to supplement share repurchases with dividends—paying more of the latter when shares are trading at a premium.
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