Analysts on average give NVR, Inc. (NYSE:NVR) a “Moderate Buy” rating.

Shares of NVR, Inc. (NYSE: NVR) have an average “Moderate Buy” rating from the six research firms that now cover the company, according to Bloomberg. Two analysts rated the stock as a reserve, while four gave the company a buy rating. The 1-year average target price given by brokers covered the stock the previous year was $4,582. There have been many NVR analyst reviews. In a July 27 research report, Wells Fargo & Firm raised its price target for the NVR to $4,580.00 and gave the company an “outperform” rating in a research report. While UBS Group raised its target price for NVR from $4,100.00 to $4,300.00 in a research report filed July 27, began covering NVR on Wednesday, October 12. They said investors should “buy” the shares. Last but not least, on Tuesday Bank of America began covering NVR in a report. In a research note released on September 19, they lowered their price target on NVR shares from $5,100.00 to $4,800.00. They recommended “buying” the stock, with a price target of $4,900.00. On Tuesday, shares of NVR began trading at $4,034.74. The company’s quick ratio stands at 2.26, its current ratio at 5 and its debt ratio at 0.31. NVR has a 12-month low of $3,576.01 and a 12-month high of $5,982.44, respectively. The company is worth $13.23 billion and has a market value of that same amount. Its PE ratio is 9.70 and its beta is 0.96. The stock’s fifty-day simple moving average is $4,171.81; its 200-day simple moving average is $4,248.46. NVR (NYSE: NVR) released its latest quarterly earnings report on Tuesday, July 26. The construction company’s quarterly earnings per share (EPS), which were $123.65 from $137.54, were $13.89 lower than expected. The company’s quarterly sales of $2.61 billion were above analysts’ forecast of $2.56 billion. NVR’s net margin was 16.18% and its return on equity was 52.01%. During the same period last year, the company’s EPS was $82.45 per share. The company’s sales increased by 17.3% compared to the last quarter of last year. Research gurus predict that NVR will produce 494.43 earnings per share this year. Other NVR news is CFO Daniel David Malzahn’s July 28 sale of 1,793 NVR shares. An average price of $4,435.03 was paid for each share, for a total transaction value of $7,952,008.79. Following the sale, the CFO now owns 2,470 shares of the company worth approximately $10,954,524.10. You can access a filing submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission describing the sale by clicking on this link. Sallie B. Bailey, a director, also purchased 25 shares of NVR on Wednesday, August 10. For a total cost of $109,136.25, the average price paid for the shares during the acquisition process was $4,365.45. Following the transaction, the administrator owns 100 shares of the company, valued at $436,545. You can access an SEC-filed document containing transaction details by clicking this link. Daniel David Malzahn, the company’s chief financial officer, also sold 1,793 shares of the company on Thursday, July 28. An average price of $4,435.03 was paid for each share, for a total transaction value of $7,952,008.79. The CFO now owns 2,470 shares of the company valued at $10,954,524.10, or $2.470 per share, as a result of the transaction. The disclosure of this sale is available here. Insiders sold 3,387 shares of the company in the past 90 days for a total of $15,024,330. Company insiders currently own 10.60% of the company’s stock. Hedge funds and institutional investors have recently been buying and selling shares of the company. Norges Bank increased its holdings of NVR shares in the fourth quarter; those shares are now worth approximately $182,300,000. BOKF NA increased its stake in NVR during the fourth quarter by approximately $1,920,000. IMS Capital Management increased its stake in NVR by 2.3% during the first quarter. IMS Capital Management now owns 218 shares of the construction company worth $970,000 after buying five more shares last quarter. Salvus Wealth Management LLC increased its stake in NVR by 3.4% during the first quarter. Salvus Wealth Management LLC now owns 586 construction company shares after acquiring 19 additional shares last quarter for a total transaction of $2,618,000. Finally, Cim LLC increased its stake in NVR by 2.3% during the first quarter. Cim LLC now directly owns 221 shares of the construction company, valued at $954,000; this ownership has increased due to the company’s recent purchase of 5 additional shares. The institutions hold 82.47% of the company’s shares. NVR, Inc., is an American home builder. The company is divided into two divisions: residential construction and mortgage banking. It builds single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums and sells them under the trade names Ryan Homes, NVHomes and Heartland Homes. The company’s Ryan Homes products are aimed at first-time buyers and first-time upsell buyers. On the other hand, its NVHomes and Heartland Homes products are designed for luxury and luxury buyers.

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