DALLAS-FORT WORTH - The just announced merger of two big national home builders will mean more consolidation for the North Texas housing market.
Standard Pacific and The Ryland Group — both based in California — are merging in a deal to create a company worth more than $5 billion.
“Combined, they will be the seventh most active builder in DFW” said Ted Wilson, principal with Dallas-based housing analyst Residential Strategies Inc.
Both companies are major builders in North Texas.
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