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    Based on recorded housing starts in the Valley, the company took the No. 1 spot for a fourth consecutive year in the Phoenix Business Journal’s annual homebuilders list, which began in 2011.

    Pulte, which is currently developing several new communities, boasted 845 housing starts in 2014, according to data collected by the Phoenix Business Journal.

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    Phoenix, one of a number of cities hit hard by the market meltdown several years ago, is now seeing an increase in return buyers.

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