The largest US-based homebuilder, D.R. Horton Inc, posted its quarterly revenue better than the estimates, driven by a 38% increase in orders and suggested an uptick throughout the housing demand.

Horton said its sold homes went up by 25% to 8,612 during the quarter that ended on September 30. During the year’s first 8 months, home prices along with interest rates went soaring, but Horton customers have returned after that.

Based on the Commerce Department’s data, the housing industry is showing recovery with a rise of 6.3% in September following the 14.4% drop in August.

On Monday, the Toll Brothers Inc., a luxury homebuilder, said orders from their company increased both in dollars and units, a first-time in 4 quarters.

Meanwhile, Horton’s revenue when it comes to its home sales, excluding land sales increased 33% to 2.4 billion dollars, exceeding the average estimate of analysts amounting to 2.38 billion dollars.

The company net income jumped to 166.3 million dollars or 45-cent per share, compared to the 139.5 million dollars or 40-cent per share the previous year. However, the company earnings overlooked the average estimate of analysts of 48-cent per share because costs increased to almost 35%.

Company shares dropped to less than 1% at 23.25 dollars in the premarket trading. Stock, on the other hand, rose 38% within the year up to Monday’s close.