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2020 Housing Giants Report—Top 35 First Move-Up Home Builders

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2020 Housing Giants Report—Top 35 First Move-Up Home Builders

These 35 builders lead the nation in first move-up home construction in Pro Builder’s 2020 Housing Giants


May 26, 2020
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Topped by D.R. Horton, Lennar, and Clayton Properties Group in the first three spots, these 35 builders lead the nation in first 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 1st Move-Up Home Closings
1 D.R. Horton 35,645
2 Lennar 24,716
3 Clayton Properties Group 20,788
4 PulteGroup 10,454
5 Taylor Morrison 4,484
6 Meritage Homes 3,614
7 KB Home 2,612
8 Tri Pointe Homes 2,510
9 M.D.C. Holdings 2,441
10 Perry Homes 2,132
11 Highland Homes 2,022
12 M/I Homes 1,889
13 Ashton Woods 1,715
14 Hovnanian Enterprises 1,600
15 Mattamy Homes US Group 1,450
16 David Weekley Homes 1,153
17 Shea Homes 1,043
18 Century Communities 1,040
19 DRB Group 1,002
20 Gehan Homes 968
21 Green Brick Partners 963
22 Stanley Martin Homes 866
23 Drees Homes 839
24 Dream Finders Homes 833
25 Toll Brothers 811
26 CBH Homes 735
27 McBride & Son Cos. 681
28 Fischer Homes 666
29 Woodside Homes 656
30 Brookfield Residential Properties 637
31 Van Metre Companies 595
32 Great Southern Homes 595
33 Bloomfield Homes 583
34 McGuyer Homebuilders (MHI) 572
35 The New Home Company 571

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