I rmember when TOLL shares were going through the roof. Now, all I am left with are the memories.

BOSTON (MarketWatch) -- Toll Brothers Inc. doesn't see any end in sight to the U.S. housing market's woes as the luxury home builder said Wednesday that first quarter home-construction revenue fell 22% compared to the same period last year. "The housing market remains very weak in most areas. Based on current traffic and deposits, we are not yet seeing much light at the end of the tunnel," said Robert Toll, chairman and CEO also said its backlog fell to $2.4 billion, down 42% from the first quarter of fiscal 2007, as the number of signed contracts on homes fell 46% from last year. In addition, the average price of a house sold by Toll fell, while the average price of canceled houses rose. Joel Rassman, Toll's chief financial officer, said in a press release: "With conditions still weak in most markets, we expect to continue to face challenging times ahead. We are still in the midst of finalizing our first-quarter impairment analysis."