The firm said that strong rises in demand had continued through the summer to deliver the expected uptick in sales during the autumn selling season.
It has achieved targeted completions for 2013 and was now 30% forward sold for next year’s target.
The current total order book represents 7,557 homes, up 13% on the same time last year, equating to £1.5 bn, up a third in revenue terms.
Pete Redfern, chief executive, said: “The healthy level of demand experienced during the spring selling season continued through the summer and we have seen the normal up-tick in autumn demand.
“Help to Buy continues to prove popular and we are seeing our customers from Edinburgh to Exeter using the scheme to get onto or move up the housing ladder.
“In this improved environment, we remain focused on the longer term; increasing our investment in the training of the next generation of home builders and delivering on our commitments to local communities.”
In the last six months, Taylor Wimpey said it had seen some selling price increases in line with general inflation and some early but ‘manageable’ build cost increases.