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2020 Housing Giants Report—Top 35 Starter-Home Builders

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2020 Housing Giants Report—Top 35 Starter-Home Builders

These 35 home builder companies lead the nation in starter-home construction in Pro Builder’s 2020 Housing Giants

May 26, 2020
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Topped by Lennar, D.R. Horton, and LGI Homes in the first three spots, these 35 builders lead the nation in starter-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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1 Lennar 21,111
2 D.R. Horton 19,868
3 LGI Homes 7,562
4 Century Communities 6,800
5 PulteGroup 6,737
6 KB Home 6,529
7 Meritage Homes 4,726
8 M.D.C. Holdings 4,394
9 Habitat for Humanity International 3,841
10 Taylor Morrison 2,790
11 M/I Homes 2,518
12 Ashton Woods 2,477
13 Clayton Properties Group 2,211
14 Hovnanian Enterprises 2,171
15 Tri Pointe Homes 1,476
16 Gehan Homes 1,452
17 View Homes 1,333
18 Mattamy Homes US Group 1,268
19 Smith Douglas Homes 1,182
20 David Weekley Homes 1,153
21 Fischer Homes 888
22 DRB Group 831
23 HistoryMaker Homes 815
24 Park Square Homes 727
25 Highland Homes 652
26 True Homes 646
27 Brookfield Residential Properties 637
28 Shea Homes 626
29 Stylecraft Builders 610
30 Bloomfield Homes 583
31 CBH Homes 570
32 Chesmar Homes 532
33 Stanley Martin Homes 523
34 Edge Homes 513
35 CastleRock Communities 509

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