Centex

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This article is about the construction company. For the region, see Central Texas.
Centex
Subsidiary
Industry Residential construction
Founded 1950
Headquarters Dallas, TX, United States
Key people
Tim Eller, Chairman, CEO, & President
Revenue Increase$8.276 billion USD (2008)
Decrease-$2.875 billion USD (2008)
Decrease-$2.657 billion USD (2008)
Number of employees
6,530 (2008)
Parent Pulte Homes
Website http://www.centex.com

Centex Corporation was a home builder founded and headquartered in Dallas, Texas.[1] The company was acquired by rival Pulte Homes in 2009 for 1.6 billion dollars.[2]

The builder was bought put by Pulte in 2009 and is now part of a larger company called the Pulte Group. The larger company consists of Pulte Homes, Centex Homes, Del Webb Homes, and DiVosta Luxury Communities.

Divisions[edit]

  • Centex Destination Properties
  • Centex Homes
  • Centex Insurance
  • Centex Title
  • CTX Mortgage
  • Fox & Jacobs Homes

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