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2020 Housing Giants—Pacific Region

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2020 Housing Giants—Pacific Region


May 26, 2020
Rows of multicolored homes from small to large

 

In the Pacific region, which includes Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington, Lennar, D.R Horton, and KB Home occupy the top three spots for new-home closings in 2019, according to data from the 2020 Pro Builder Housing Giants Report. 

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RANK COMPANY Alaska Calif. Hawaii Ore. Wash. 2019
TOTAL
CLOSINGS
1 Lennar   7,323   660 659 8,642
2 D.R. Horton   2,977 415 540 1,806 5,738
3 KB Home   3,198     16 3,214
4 TRI Pointe Group   2,051     257 2,308
5 PulteGroup   1,256     320 1,576
6 Toll Brothers   1,180   3 251 1,434
7 Shea Homes   1,326     107 1,433
8 M.D.C. Holdings   1,019   21 371 1,411
9 Hovnanian Enterprises   1,089       1,089
10 Century Communities   794     235 1,029
11 Brookfield Residential
Properties
  915 79     994
12 Woodside Homes   975       975
13 The New
Home Company
  969       969
14 LGI Homes   253   83 423 759
15 Meritage Homes   749       749
16 John Mourier
Construction
  399       399
17 Holt Homes       141 181 322
18 Elliott Homes   298       298
19 Habitat for Humanity
International
12 109 31 60 80 292
20 Williams Homes   284       284
21 Legacy Homes   280       280
22 Wathen Castanos
Homes
  228       228
23 SummerHill
Housing Group
  70     153 223
24 The Olson Co.   215       215
25 New Tradition
Homes
        185 185
26 Gentry Homes     184     184
27 Tim Lewis
Communities
  178       178
28 Pacific Communities
Builder
  158       158
29 Baldwin & Sons   147       147
30 Edward Rose
Building Enterprise
        144 144
31 McCaffrey Homes   124       124
32 G. J. Gardner
Homes
  109       109
33 American Classic
Homes
        80 80
34 The Warmington
Group
  78       78
35 David Weekley
Homes
      34   34
36 Ryder Homes   29       29

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