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2020 Housing Giants Report—Top 30 Second Move-Up Home Builders

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2020 Housing Giants Report—Top 30 Second Move-Up Home Builders

The 30 builders that lead the nation in second move-up home construction in Pro Builder’s 2020 Housing Giants

May 26, 2020
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Topped by Clayton Properties Group, Toll Brothers, and Lennar in the first three spots, these 30 builders lead the nation in second move-up home construction in Pro Builder’s 2020 Housing Giants ranking of the nation’s largest home building companies. 

Clicking on an individual company name will take you to a page with more information about the company, including what and where they build.



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Rank Company 2019 Second Move-Up Home Closings
1 Clayton Properties Group 10,394
2 Toll Brothers 5,675
3 Lennar 2,575
4 David Weekley Homes 2,162
5 Taylor Morrison 1,295
6 Woodside Homes 1,270
7 M/I Homes 1,259
8 KB Home 1,187
9 D.R. Horton 1,169
10 Hovnanian Enterprises 1,028
11 First Texas Homes 818
12 McGuyer Homebuilders (MHI) 787
13 Tri Pointe Homes 787
14 Meritage Homes 741
15 LeCesse Development 661
16 Brookfield Residential Properties 637
17 Highland Homes 587
18 Ashton Woods 572
19 Dream Finders Homes 568
20 Westin Homes 552
21 Mattamy Homes US Group 544
22 Green Brick Partners 499
23 Edge Homes 499
24 DRB Group 489
25 Fischer Homes 464
26 Perry Homes 457
27 Stanley Martin Homes 415
28 Chesmar Homes 399
29 Signature Homes 386
30 Drees Homes 336

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