Toll Brothers Reports FY 2014 2nd Qtr and 6 Month Results

Toll Brothers Reports FY 2014 2nd Qtr and 6 Month Results

HORSHAM, Pa., May 28, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Toll Brothers, Inc. (NYSE:TOL)
(www.tollbrothers.com), the nation's leading builder of luxury homes, today
announced results for its second quarter and six months ended April 30, 2014.

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Second Quarter Financial Highlights:

  *FY 2014's second quarter net income was $65.2 million, or $0.35 per share
    diluted, compared to net income of $24.7 million, or $0.14 per share
    diluted, in FY 2013's second quarter.
  *Pre-tax income was $93.5 million, compared to pre-tax income of $41.0
    million in FY 2013's second quarter.
  *Revenues of $860.4 million and homebuilding deliveries of 1,218 units rose
    67% in dollars and 36% in units, compared to FY 2013's second quarter
    totals of $516.0 million and 894 units. The average price of homes
    delivered was $706,000, compared to $577,000 in FY 2013's second quarter.
  *Net signed contracts of $1.27 billion and 1,749 units rose 7% in dollars
    and were flat in units, compared to FY 2013's second quarter totals of
    $1.19 billion and 1,753 units. The average price of net signed contracts
    was $729,000, compared to $678,000 in FY 2013's second quarter. On a
    per-community basis, FY 2014's second-quarter net signed contracts were
    7.14 units compared to 7.79 units in FY 2013's second quarter. In
    conjunction with the closing of the $1.6 billion Shapell Homes acquisition
    on February 4, 2014, the Company purchased 126 units under existing
    contracts. These units were not included in the net signed contract total
    for FY 2014's second quarter.
  *Backlog of $3.21 billion and 4,324 units rose 27% in dollars and 18% in
    units, compared to FY 2013's second-quarter-end backlog totals of $2.53
    billion and 3,655 units. At second-quarter end, the average price of homes
    in backlog was $742,000, compared to $693,000 at FY 2013's second-quarter
    end.
  *Gross margin, excluding interest and write-downs, was 23.6%, compared to
    23.3% in FY 2013's second quarter. This increase in margin was achieved
    despite the negative impact of purchase accounting from 119 second quarter
    FY 2014 Shapell Homes deliveries.
  *SG&A as a percentage of revenue, excluding $5.1 million of Shapell
    acquisition costs, improved to 11.5%, compared to 15.4% in FY 2013's
    second quarter.
  *Operating margin improved to 7.9% from 3.2% in FY 2013's second quarter.
  *The Company ended its second quarter with 252 selling communities,
    compared to 238 at FY 2014's first-quarter end, and 225 at FY 2013's
    second-quarter end.
  *The Company ended FY 2014's second quarter with a net debt-to-capital
    ratio^(1) of 45.1%, compared to approximately 47.0% immediately after the
    closing of the acquisition of Shapell Homes on February 4, 2014, and 34.1%
    at FY 2014's first-quarter end.
  *In addition to approximately $364.8 million of cash and marketable
    securities, the Company ended the quarter with $1.35 billion available
    under its various credit facilities.

Douglas C. Yearley, Jr., Toll Brothers' chief executive officer, stated: "Two
weeks ago, Toll Brothers was honored by BUILDER Magazine with the national
Builder of the Year award. We are proud to receive this award not only for our
quality homes and luxury brand, but also for the strategic initiatives we
implemented during the past year. This honor is the second significant
industry-wide award we have won in the past two years.

"As the nation's leading builder of luxury homes, we are pursuing a program of
prudent expansion supported by our strong liquidity. In the affluent
Boston-to-Washington D.C. corridor we are expanding our suburban footprint and
continuing the successful growth of our City Living brand, which develops
for-sale condominium projects in New York City, the Northern New Jersey Gold
Coast, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia.

"Our significant expansion over the past year in key California and Texas
markets will be a major source of future growth. These are among the strongest
housing markets in the U.S.The Shapell Homes acquisition, which gives us a
portfolio of spectacularly located, well-established communities in affluent
Coastal California, is already proving better than we originally expected
based on our early operating results. We have been systematically raising
prices across the board in both our Shapell and other Coastal California
communities.In Texas, we now control three major master planned communities
in Houston, we are about to open our first new master planned community in
Austin, and we continue to grow our presence in Dallas. 

"Our Apartment Living brand is also growing. In the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
regions, we currently have four projects – two in suburban markets and two in
urban locations – totaling approximately 1,500 rental units under construction
with joint venture partners. We own or control sites for another 3,800 rental
units in the same corridor and have additional expansion plans on the horizon.

"Demand over the past year has been solid, although relatively flat, compared
to the strong growth we initially experienced beginning in 2011, coming off
the bottom of this housing cycle.We note that last cycle's recovery, in the
early 1990's, began with a period of rapid acceleration, followed by leveling,
before further upward momentum. We believe that we are in a similar leveling
period in the early stages of the housing recovery with significant pent-up
demand building."

Martin P. Connor, Toll Brothers' chief financial officer, stated: "As
expected, we saw significant positive leverage in our operating margin, which
grew to nearly 8%, as our SG&A as a percentage of revenues improved to 11.5%,
excluding Shapell acquisition costs, compared to 15.4% one year ago. We note
that the average price of new signed contracts in the current quarter declined
from last quarter as a result of some changes in geographic and product mix,
but not from additional incentives.

"At closing in February, we acquired 126 homes in backlog from our Shapell
communities.We delivered 119 Shapell homes in FY 2014's second quarter,
generating $102 million of revenues. Due to purchase accounting these
deliveries negatively impacted our gross margin (after interest) by
approximately 150 basis points.

"Our joint venture income reflected a gain in FY 2014's second quarter of
$12.0 million associated with the refinancing of one of our mature stabilized
apartment communities.This refinancing, combined with approximately $90
million in land sales and cash flow from various other initiatives, has
resulted in the production of more than approximately $150 million in cash
toward our previously stated goal of reducing leverage following the Shapell
acquisition.

"This quarter we saw a large increase in contracts and backlog from
unconsolidated entities in which we had an interest.These contracts in FY
2014's second quarter rose to $160 million from $16 million one year ago and
backlog rose to $190.7 million from $29.5 million one year ago.These
increases were primarily driven by strong demand at two communities: Pierhouse
at Brooklyn Bridge Park and Jupiter Country Club in Florida.

"Subject to the caveats in our Statement on Forward-Looking Information
included in this release, we offer the following limited guidance. We
reaffirm our previous guidance that we will deliver between 5,100 and 5,850
homes in FY 2014, that we expect to end FY 2014 with between 250 and 290
selling communities and that full year gross margin (after interest) will
improve 175 to 200 basis points compared to FY 2013. We now believe the
average price of deliveries for the full FY 2014 will be between $690,000 and
$720,000 per home, an increase from $675,000 at the bottom end of the range in
our previous guidance. Unit backlog conversion for the third quarter is
estimated at 31%."

Robert I. Toll, executive chairman, stated: "According to the April 2014 U.S.
Census Bureau's New Home Sales Report, new home inventory stands at just 5.3
months' supply, based on current sales paces.If demand and pace increase, the
5.3 months' supply could quickly be drawn down. Current demographics seem to
suggest that new home sales should pick up.If the tight supply bumps into
increasing demand, prices could rapidly rise.

"Our Builder of the Year award is a tribute to the tremendous hard work,
dedication to quality, and devotion to our customers by the entire Toll
Brothers team. The thoughtful expansion in growth markets and the broadening
of our urban and rental footprints, our active-adult product lines and our
large scale master plans, will continue to spread our brand across the upscale
housing market."

The financial highlights for the second quarter and six months ended April 30,
2014 (unaudited):

  *FY 2014's second-quarter net income was $65.2 million, or $0.35 per share
    diluted, compared to FY 2013's second-quarter net income of $24.7 million,
    or $0.14 per share diluted.
    
  *FY 2014's second-quarter pre-tax income was $93.5 million, compared to FY
    2013's second-quarter pre-tax income of $41.0 million. FY 2014's second
    quarter included $12.0 million in other income from the refinancing of an
    established stabilized rental apartment community owned in joint venture,
    offset, in part, by $5.1 million of costs associated with the Company's
    acquisition of Shapell Homes.FY 2013's second quarter included $13.2
    million in other income related to the settlement of litigation.
    
  *FY 2014's six-month net income was $110.8 million, or $0.60 per share
    diluted, compared to FY 2013's six-month net income of $29.1 million, or
    $0.17 per share diluted.
    
  *FY 2014's six-month pre-tax income was $164.7 million, compared to FY
    2013's six-month pre-tax income of $49.3 million.
    
  *FY 2014's six-month pre-tax income included $12.0 million in other income
    from the refinancing of an established stabilized rental apartment
    community owned in joint venture and $23.8 million related to the sale of
    two shopping centers owned in joint ventures, offset, in part, by $5.9
    million of costs associated with the Company's acquisition of Shapell
    Homes.FY 2013's six-month net income included $13.2 million in other
    income related to the settlement of litigation.
    
  *FY 2014's second-quarter total revenues of $860.4 million and 1,218 units
    increased 67% in dollars and 36% in units from FY 2013's second-quarter
    total revenues of $516.0 million and 894 units. The average price of
    homes delivered was $706,000, compared to $694,000 in FY 2014's first
    quarter and $577,000 in FY 2013's second quarter.
    
  *FY 2014's six-month total revenues of $1.50 billion and 2,146 units rose
    60% in dollars and 31% in units, compared to FY 2013's same period totals
    of $940.6 million and 1,640 units.
    
  *The Company's FY 2014 second-quarter net contracts of $1.27 billion and
    1,749 units rose by 7% in dollars while remaining flat in units, compared
    to FY 2013's second-quarter net contracts of $1.19 billion and 1,753
    units. In conjunction with the closing of the Shapell Homes purchase on
    February 4, 2014, the Company acquired 126 units under existing
    contracts.These units were not included in the net signed contracts
    total.
    
  *On a per-community basis, FY 2014's second-quarter net signed contracts
    were 7.14 units, compared to second quarter totals of 7.79 units in FY
    2013, 5.61 in FY 2012 and 4.35 in FY 2011.
    
  *The average price per unit of net contracts signed in FY 2014's second
    quarter was $729,000, compared to $766,000 in FY 2014's first quarter and
    $678,000 in FY 2013's second quarter.
    
  *The Company's FY 2014 six-month net contracts of $1.98 billion and 2,665
    units increased 10% in dollars despite being down 2% in units, compared to
    net contracts of $1.80 billion and 2,726 units in FY 2013's six-month
    period.
    
  *FY 2014's second-quarter cancellation rate (current-quarter cancellations
    divided by current-quarter signed contracts) was 3.7%, compared to 3.4% in
    FY 2013's second quarter. As a percentage of beginning-quarter backlog,
    FY 2014's second-quarter cancellation rate was 1.9%, compared to 2.2% in
    FY 2013's second quarter.
    
  *In FY 2014, second-quarter-end backlog of $3.21 billion and 4,324 units
    increased 27% in dollars and 18% in units from FY 2013's
    second-quarter-end backlog of $2.53 billion and 3,655 units.
    
  *FY 2014's gross margin, excluding interest and write-downs, was 23.6%,
    compared to 23.3% in FY 2013's second quarter. FY 2014's second-quarter
    gross margin, including interest and write-downs, improved to 20.0% from
    18.6% in FY 2013's second quarter. This increase in margin was achieved
    despite the approximately 150 basis point negative impact of purchase
    accounting from the 119 second quarter FY 2014 Shapell Home deliveries.
    
  *Interest included in cost of sales decreased to 3.4% of revenues in FY
    2014's second quarter from 4.5% of revenues in FY 2013's second quarter.
    
  *SG&A as a percentage of revenue, excluding $5.1 million of Shapell
    acquisition costs, improved to 11.5%, compared to 15.4% in FY 2013's
    second quarter.
    
  *In FY 2014's second quarter, unconsolidated entities in which the Company
    had an interest delivered $11.6 million of homes, compared to $11.0
    million in the second quarter of FY 2013. In FY 2014's first six months,
    unconsolidated entities in which the Company had an interest delivered
    $23.2 million of homes, compared to $19.9 million in the same six-month
    period of FY 2013.The Company recorded its share of the results from
    these entities' operations in "Income from Unconsolidated Entities" on the
    Company's Statement of Operations.
    
  *In FY 2014's second quarter, unconsolidated entities in which the Company
    had an interest signed agreements for $160.0 million of homes, compared to
    $16.0 million in the second quarter of FY 2013. In FY 2014's first six
    months, unconsolidated entities in which the Company had an interest
    signed agreements for $167.7 million of homes, compared to $22.2 million
    in the same six-month period of FY 2013.The increase in signed agreements
    in FY 2014's second quarter and first six months was due in large part to
    contributions from two communities where the Company is a 50% joint
    venture partner: Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park and Jupiter Country
    Club in Florida.
    
  *At April 30, 2014, unconsolidated entities in which the Company had an
    interest had a backlog of $190.7 million, compared to $29.5 million at
    April 30, 2013.
    
  *In FY 2014's second quarter and first six months, the Company's Gibraltar
    Capital and Asset Management subsidiary reported pre-tax income of $2.6
    million and $5.9 million respectively, compared to FY 2013's second
    quarter and first six-month results of $2.1 million and $4.2 million.
    
  *The Company ended its FY 2014 second quarter with $364.8 million in cash
    and marketable securities, compared to $1.20 billion at 2014's
    first-quarter end and $936.0 million at FY 2013's second-quarter end.At
    FY 2014's second-quarter end, it had $849.2 million available under its
    $1.035 billion 15-bank credit facility, which matures in August 2018 and
    $500 million under its 364-day credit facility which matures in February
    2015.The Company retired the remaining $268 million of its 4.95% 10-year
    debt at maturity on March 17, 2014.
    
  *The Company's Stockholders' Equity at FY 2014's second-quarter end was
    $3.70 billion, compared to $3.33 billion at FYE 2013.
    
  *On February 4, 2014, the Company completed the acquisition of Shapell
    Homes for $1.6 billion.Toll Brothers financed the acquisition with a new
    $485 million 5-year senior unsecured floating rate bank term loan closed
    on February 3, 2014, as well as $600 million of 5-year and 10-year senior
    unsecured debt issued on November 12, 2013 and $230 million of common
    stock issued on November 7, 2013. The balance of the funds consisted of a
    $370 million draw from its existing $1.035 billion 5-year bank revolving
    credit facility, $275 million of which had been repaid as of April 30,
    2014. In addition, the Company closed on a $500 million 364-day unsecured
    bank revolving credit facility on February 4, 2014, which it intends to
    keep undrawn, as its purpose is to provide the Company with additional
    liquidity should unforeseen circumstances or opportunities arise.
    
  *The Company ended FY 2014's second quarter with a net debt-to-capital
    ratio^(1) of 45.1%, compared to approximately 47.0% immediately after the
    Shapell acquisition, 34.1% at FY 2014's first-quarter end, and 31.9% at FY
    2013's second-quarter end.
    
  *The Company ended FY 2014's second quarter with approximately 50,400 lots
    owned and optioned, compared to 51,200 one quarter earlier, 45,200 one
    year earlier and 91,200 at its peak at FY 2006's second-quarter end. At
    2014's second-quarter end, approximately 37,700 of these lots were owned,
    of which approximately 13,800 lots, including those in backlog, were
    substantially improved. In the second quarter of FY 2014, the Company
    spent approximately $42.6 million on land to purchase 572 lots, other than
    those acquired in the Shapell acquisition.
    
  *In the second quarter of FY 2014, the Company generated approximately $120
    million from the sale of 404 lots, refinancing of an established
    stabilized apartment community, and releasing letters of credit secured by
    cash.Through the first six months of FY 2014, the Company generated
    approximately $150 million through various initiatives aimed at providing
    cash to pay down Shapell acquisition-related debt.
    
  *The Company ended FY 2014's second quarter with 252 selling communities,
    compared to 238 at FY 2014's first-quarter end and 225 at FY 2013's
    second-quarter end. The Company still expects to end FY 2014 with between
    250 and 290 selling communities.
    
  *Based on FY 2014's second-quarter-end backlog and the pace of activity at
    its communities, the Company reaffirmed its expectation to deliver between
    5,100 and 5,850 homes in FY 2014. It reiterated guidance for full year
    gross margin (after interest) improvement, of 175 to 200 basis points. It
    now believes the average delivered price for FY 2014's full year will be
    between $690,000 and $720,000 per home, an increase from $675,000 at the
    bottom of the range in previous guidance. Unit backlog conversion for the
    third quarter is estimated at 31%. 

(1)Net debt-to-capital is calculated as total debt minus mortgage warehouse
loans minus cash and marketable securities, divided by total debt minus
mortgage warehouse loans minus cash and marketable securities plus
stockholders' equity.

Toll Brothers will be broadcasting live via the Investor Relations section of
its website, www.tollbrothers.com, a conference call hosted by CEO Douglas C.
Yearley, Jr. at 2:00 p.m. (EDT) today, May 28 2014, to discuss these results
and its outlook for the remainder of FY 2014. To access the call, enter the
Toll Brothers website, click on the Investor Relations page, and select
"Conference Calls". Participants are encouraged to log on at least fifteen
minutes prior to the start of the presentation to register and download any
necessary software.

The call can be heard live with an online replay which will follow. Podcast
(iTunes required) and MP3 format replays will be available after the
conference call via the "Conference Calls" section of the Investor Relations
portion of the Toll Brothers website.

Toll Brothers, Inc., A FORTUNE 1000 Company, is the nation's leading builder
of luxury homes. The Company began business in 1967 and became a public
company in 1986. Its common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange
under the symbol "TOL." The Company serves move-up, empty-nester,
active-adult, and second-home buyers and operates in 19 states: Arizona,
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North
Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.The Company also
operates in the District of Columbia.

Toll Brothers builds an array of luxury residential single-family detached,
attached home, master planned resort-style golf, and urban low-, mid- and
high-rise communities, principally on land it develops and improves. The
Company operates its own architectural, engineering, mortgage, title, land
development and land sale, golf course development and management, home
security, and landscape subsidiaries. The Company also operates its own
lumber distribution, house component assembly, and manufacturing operations.
The Company purchases distressed loan and real estate asset portfolios
through its wholly owned subsidiary, Gibraltar Capital and Asset Management. 

The Company acquires and develops commercial and apartment properties through
Toll Commercial and Toll Apartment Living, and the affiliated Toll Brothers
Realty Trust, and develops urban low-, mid- and high-rise for-sale
condominiums through Toll Brothers City Living.

Toll Brothers is honored to have won the three most coveted awards in the
homebuilding industry: America's Best Builder from the National Association of
Home Builders, the National Housing Quality Award, and Builder of the Year.
Toll Brothers was awarded Builder of the Year in 2012 as well as in 1988, and
is the first two-time recipient. Toll Brothers was named in 2014 as Builder
of the Year by BUILDER Magazine.Toll Brothers proudly supports the
communities in which it builds; among other philanthropic pursuits, the
Company sponsors the Toll Brothers Metropolitan Opera International Radio
Network, bringing opera to neighborhoods throughout the world. For more
information, visit www.tollbrothers.com. 

Information presented herein for the second quarter ended April 30, 2014 is
subject to finalization of the Company's regulatory filings, related financial
and accounting reporting procedures and external auditor procedures.

Certain information included in this release is forward-looking within the
meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including,
but not limited to, information related to: anticipated operating results;
anticipated financial performance, resources and condition; selling
communities; home deliveries; average home prices; consumer demand and
confidence; contract pricing; business and investment opportunities; market
and industry trends; the anticipated benefits to be realized from the
consummation of the Shapell acquisition; and post-closing asset sales.

Such forward-looking information involves important risks and uncertainties
that could significantly affect actual results and cause them to differ
materially from expectations expressed herein and in other Company reports,
SEC filings, statements and presentations. These risks and uncertainties
include, among others: local, regional, national and international economic
conditions; fluctuating consumer demand and confidence; interest and
unemployment rates; changes in sales conditions, including home prices, in the
markets where we build homes; conditions in our newly entered markets and
newly acquired operations; the competitive environment in which we operate;
the availability and cost of land for future growth; conditions that could
result in inventory write-downs or write-downs associated with investments in
unconsolidated entities; the ability to recover our deferred tax assets; the
availability of capital; uncertainties in the capital and securities markets;
liquidity in the credit markets; changes in tax laws and their interpretation;
effects of governmental legislation and regulation; the outcome of various
legal proceedings; the availability of adequate insurance at reasonable cost;
the impact of construction defect, product liability and home warranty claims,
including the adequacy of self-insurance accruals, and the applicability and
sufficiency of our insurance coverage; the ability of customers to obtain
financing for the purchase of homes; the ability of home buyers to sell their
existing homes; the ability of the participants in various joint ventures to
honor their commitments; the availability and cost of labor and building and
construction materials; the cost of raw materials; construction delays;
domestic and international political events; weather conditions; the
anticipated benefits to be realized from the consummation of the Shapell
acquisition; and post-closing asset sales. For a more detailed discussion of
these factors, see the information under the captions "Risk Factors" and
"Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of
Operations" in our most recent annual report on Form 10-K and our subsequent
quarterly reports on Form 10-Q filed with the Securities and Exchange
Commission.

Any or all of the forward-looking statements included in this release are not
guarantees of future performance and may turn out to be inaccurate.
Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date they are made. The
Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking
statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or
otherwise.

TOLL BROTHERS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS
(Amounts in thousands)
                                                                 
                                                      April 30,   October 31,
                                                       2014       2013
                                                      (Unaudited) 
ASSETS                                                            
Cash and cash equivalents                              $ 351,821  $ 772,972
Marketable securities                                  13,000      52,508
Restricted cash                                        22,542      32,036
Inventory                                              6,548,024   4,650,412
Property, construction and office equipment, net       131,222     131,320
Receivables, prepaid expenses and other assets         249,934     229,295
Mortgage loans held for sale                           68,642      113,517
Customer deposits held in escrow                       54,417      46,888
Investments in and advances to unconsolidated entities 441,842     403,133
Investment in distressed loans                         18,799      36,374
Investment in foreclosed real estate                   76,652      72,972
Deferred tax assets, net of valuation allowances       268,171     286,032
                                                      $ 8,245,066 $ 6,827,459
                                                                 
LIABILITIES AND EQUITY                                            
Liabilities:                                                      
Loans payable                                          $ 747,088   $ 107,222
Senior notes                                           2,654,438   2,321,442
Mortgage company warehouse loan                        56,842      75,000
Customer deposits                                      254,621     212,669
Accounts payable                                       204,728     167,787
Accrued expenses                                       539,673     522,987
Income taxes payable                                   84,619      81,188
Total liabilities                                      4,542,009   3,488,295
                                                                 
Equity:                                                           
Stockholders' Equity                                              
Common stock                                           1,778       1,694
Additional paid-in capital                             694,335     441,677
Retained earnings                                      3,002,805   2,892,003
Treasury stock, at cost                                (79)        —
Accumulated other comprehensive loss                   (2,030)     (2,387)
Total stockholders' equity                             3,696,809   3,332,987
Noncontrolling interest                                6,248       6,177
Total equity                                           3,703,057   3,339,164
                                                      $ 8,245,066 $ 6,827,459


TOLL BROTHERS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS
(Amounts in thousands, except per share data)
(Unaudited)

                                                                 
                                    Six Months Ended      Three Months Ended
                                     April 30,             April 30,
                                    2014        2013      2014      2013
Revenues                             $ 1,504,055 $ 940,605 $ 860,374 $ 516,004
                                                                 
Cost of revenues                     1,202,030   765,950   687,998   420,013
Selling, general and administrative  202,190     157,597   104,320   79,550
expenses
                                    1,404,220   923,547   792,318   499,563
                                                                 
Income from operations               99,835      17,058    68,056    16,441
Other:                                                            
Income from unconsolidated entities  37,242      8,076     14,327    4,993
Other income - net                   27,642      24,160    11,101    19,534
Income before income taxes           164,719     49,294    93,484    40,968
Income tax provision                 53,917      20,188    28,262    16,294
Net income                           $ 110,802   $ 29,106  $ 65,222  $ 24,674
Income per share:                                                 
Basic                                $ 0.63      $ 0.17    $ 0.37    $ 0.15
Diluted                              $ 0.60      $ 0.17    $ 0.35    $ 0.14
Weighted-average number of shares:                                
Basic                                177,278     169,222   178,082   169,380
Diluted                              185,665     177,949   186,442   178,136


TOLL BROTHERS, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
SUPPLEMENTAL DATA
(Amounts in thousands)
(unaudited)
                                                                  
                                         Six Months Ended  Three Months Ended
                                          April 30,         April 30,
                                         2014     2013     2014      2013
Impairment charges recognized:                                     
Cost of sales - land controlled for       $ 1,006  $ 698    $ 324     $ 689
future communities
Cost of sales - operating communities     2,900    1,040    1,600     340
                                         $ 3,906  $ 1,738  $ 1,924   $ 1,029
                                                                  
Depreciation and amortization             $ 11,095 $ 12,593 $ 5,807   $ 6,068
Interest incurred                         $ 82,628 $ 64,051 $ 42,684  $ 32,303
Interest expense:                                                  
Charged to cost of sales                  $ 54,585 $ 42,990 $ 29,145  $ 23,016
Charged to other income - net             1,039    1,221    722       1,133
                                         $ 55,624 $ 44,211 $ 29,867  $ 24,149
                                                                  
Home sites controlled:                                             
Owned                                     37,701   33,117            
Optioned                                  12,657   12,060            
                                         50,358   45,177            
                                                                  

Toll Brothers operates in two segments: Traditional Home Building and Urban
Infill ("City Living").Within Traditional Home Building, Toll operates in
four geographic segments:

North:        Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New
              Jersey and New York
Mid-Atlantic: Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia
South:        Florida, North Carolina and Texas
West:         Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, and Washington

                                           
                         Three Months Ended Three Months Ended
                          April 30,          April 30,
                         Units              $ (Millions)
                         2014      2013     2014      2013
HOME BUILDING REVENUES                              
North                     239       170      $ 137.3   $ 92.2
Mid-Atlantic              273       259      180.5     140.5
South                     285       224      186.1     135.6
West                      377       207      321.6     128.6
Traditional Home Building 1,174     860      825.5     496.9
City Living               44        34       34.9      19.1
Total consolidated        1,218     894      $ 860.4   $ 516.0
                                                   
CONTRACTS                                           
North                     303       323      $ 199.6   $ 179.3
Mid-Atlantic              367       478      226.6     281.7
South                     374       377      256.3     253.0
West                      637       419      519.4     339.8
Traditional Home Building 1,681     1,597    1,201.9   1,053.8
City Living               68        156      73.0      134.1
Total consolidated        1,749     1,753    $ 1,274.9 $ 1,187.9
                                                   
BACKLOG                                             
North                     984       862      $ 615.5   $ 485.2
Mid-Atlantic              986       879      613.9     532.9
South                     1,042     962      761.4     651.3
West                      1,056     760      897.9     627.5
Traditional Home Building 4,068     3,463    2,888.7   2,296.9
City Living               256       192      318.7     234.7
Total consolidated        4,324     3,655    $ 3,207.4 $ 2,531.6

                                         
                         Six Months Ended Six Months Ended
                          April 30,        April 30,
                         Units            $ (Millions)
                         2014     2013    2014      2013
HOME BUILDING REVENUES                            
North                     448      321     $ 264.9   $ 174.6
Mid-Atlantic              546      495     349.6     270.1
South                     510      367     336.7     222.7
West                      581      407     507.8     241.2
Traditional Home Building 2,085    1,590   1,459.0   908.6
City Living               61       50      45.1      32.0
Total consolidated        2,146    1,640   $ 1,504.1 $ 940.6
                                                 
CONTRACTS                                         
North                     484      558     $ 317.8   $ 309.8
Mid-Atlantic              630      740     390.5     428.6
South                     596      580     424.6     390.5
West                      836      660     707.2     517.7
Traditional Home Building 2,546    2,538   1,840.1   1,646.6
City Living               119      188     136.5     155.8
Total consolidated        2,665    2,726   $ 1,976.6 $ 1,802.4
                                                 

Unconsolidated entities:

Information related to revenues and contracts of entities in which we have an
interest for the three-month and six-month periods ended April30, 2014 and
2013, and for backlog at April30, 2014 and 2013 is as follows:

                            2014  2013  2014    2013
                            Units Units $(Mill) $(Mill)
Three months ended April 30,                  
Revenues                     13    15    $ 11.6  $ 11.0
Contracts                    76    22    $ 160.0 $ 16.0
                                             
Six months ended April 30,                    
Revenues                     28    25    $ 23.2  $ 19.9
Contracts                    87    32    $ 167.7 $ 22.2
                                             
Backlog at April 30,         121   43    $ 190.7 $ 29.5

CONTACT: Frederick N. Cooper (215) 938-8312
         fcooper@tollbrothersinc.com

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