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2020 Housing Giants—West North Central Region

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Housing Giants

2020 Housing Giants—West North Central Region

May 26, 2020
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In the West North Central region, which includes Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, and North and South Dakota, Lennar, D.R. Horton, and Allen Edwin Homes 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 Iowa Kan. Minn. Mo. Neb. N.D. S.D.


1 Lennar     1,517         1,517
2 D.R. Horton 232   655         887
3 Allen Edwin Homes     836         836
4 McBride & Son Cos.       753       753
5 M/I Homes     499         499
6 PulteGroup     493         493
7 Habitat for Humanity
56 29 94 56 94 3 21 353
8 Payne Family Homes       302       302
9 Prieb Homes   279           279
10 Clayton Properties
  45   212       257
11 Legacy Homes of
        252     252
12 Capstone Homes     242         242
13 Edward Rose Building
72 90     66     228
14 Robert Thomas Homes     220         220
15 Lombardo Homes       190       190
16 Hanson Builders     137         137
17 Epcon Communities 48 65   16       129
18 Creative Homes     112         112
19 James Engle Custom
  99   3       102
20 The Jones Co.
of TN / Consort Homes
      98       98
21 Key Land Homes     91         91
22 McKelvey Homes       83       83
23 Don Julian Builders   34   47       81
24 David Weekley Homes     78         78
25 Rodrock Homes   78           78
26 Lambie Custom Homes   75           75
27 LGI Homes     54         54
28 Century Communities 18             18
29 Brookfield Residential
      15       15
30 Toll Brothers     5         5



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