Dallas is the hottest housing market in the United States and Texas-based builder, LGI Homes, is capitalizing in the entry-level home buyer market. In addition to the Texas market, CEO Eric Lipar is seeing strong demand in Atlanta, Phoenix and Florida, particularly from entry-level home buyers eager to make the transition from renting to owning. LGIH recently expanded to the Tucson and Albuquerque markets and announced last quarter that it plans to move into the Charlotte, North Carolina and Denver, Colorado markets as well. Jill Malandrino reports from the NASDAQ Market Site.

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