Selbourne Homes - the company behind a number of Black Country urbanliving developments - has notched up a 43 per cent rise in turnover.
The house-builder said it had also maintained profit margins equivalent to last year.
Established in 2001 Hagley-based Selbourne Homes saw 2005 turnover of £16.9 million - up from just under £12 million in 2004.
The company said that projected forward sales were running at £5.4 million, and it had a land-bank of over 200 plots worth £5.1 million.
Additionally, Selbourne said it had options on brownfield sites in Cradley Heath, Wombourne, Dudley and Kidderminster.
Managing director Gavin Warr, who founded Selbourne after leaving quoted housebuilder Allen Homes, has long been convinced of the Black Country's development potential. He said: "Every one of our schemes has been on brownfield land, as our future ones will be.
"I like to think we saw the opportunities for residential-led regeneration well before it was widely realised."
The company is now developing another rundown industrial site at Wordsley.