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2021 Housing Giants List—Builder Rankings by Revenue

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2021 Housing Giants List—Builder Rankings by Revenue

Pro Builder's annual Housing Giants list provides a snapshot in time of builders’ perceived opportunities and challenges. This year proved exceptional, with unprecedented challenges stemming from the pandemic


By Pro Builder staff July 13, 2021
2021 Pro Builder Housing Giants list
This article first appeared in the May/June 2021 issue of Pro Builder.

The start of 2020 for new-home building looked optimistic, with permits at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.55 million in January—the highest since 2006—and home sales and construction spending up. It seemed home building had finally recovered from the Great Recession. But it wasn't long before everything was turned on its head. By Feb. 25, the Centers for Disease Control had warned that the U.S. was heading toward pandemic status with COVID-19. By March 13, President Trump has declared COVID-19 a national emergency. And the rest, as they say, is history.

It's history, but the pandemic forced rapid changes that will linger from the present well into the future, creating a new normal from which no industry is completely exempt. And housing is certainly no exception.

While housing fared somewhat better than many other industries, largely because many states and municipalities deemed construction activity to be “essential," with COVID safety measures put in place so some measure of work could continue, there is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic severely disrupted construction, made it difficult for many households to pay for shelter, and seriously hurt the housing sector overall.

Home builders large and small had to adapt to survive, finding new ways of working and innovating to continue doing business. 

Each Housing Giants Report is a unique snapshot that reflects the perspective of that particular time, and so it is for 2021.


Scroll down to see the ranked list of 2021's Housing Giants and take a deeper dive into the unique challenges of the past year and how home builders tackled them—and continue to grapple with them—in Pro Builder's 2021 Housing Giants Report :

New and old challenges confronted the housing industry in 2020, and it may never be the same.

You still need a checkbook, but for home builders finding and acquiring land also requires planning, perseverance, and thinking outside the box.

Never before have home builders had to navigate a market where houses are pre-selling fast while the cost of so many resources is rising and so many supplies are constrained at the same time.

 


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Rank Sort descending Previous Rank Company 2020 Housing Revenue $ 2020 Closings/Units
201 186 Kaerek Homes $68,000,000 147
202 NR Giddens Homes $67,570,000 102
203 178 Mandalay Communities $67,500,000 160
204 176 SeaGate Homes $66,562,153 255
205 141 Turnberry Homes $66,244,043 71
206 184 American Classic Homes $65,620,000 506
207 NR JW Collection $65,021,341 81
208 183 Tropicana Homes $65,000,000 347
209 206 McCaffrey Homes $64,311,622 135
210 227 Esperanza Homes $64,095,596 296
211 215 W.B. Homes $63,801,198 121
212 208 Edwards Homes of El Paso $63,640,956 316
213 NR Greenscape Property & Building $62,200,000 179
214 204 Baessler Homes $61,774,863 190
215 219 Lowder New Homes $61,726,245 200
216 209 McKelvey Homes $61,688,699 99
217 230 Manuel Builders $61,197,204 263
218 216 Realstar Homes $60,822,286 224
219 207 Woodland Homes of Huntsville $58,866,225 118
220 225 Covington Homes $57,288,461 125
221 180 Robertson Brothers Homes $57,000,266 140
222 224 Robuck Homes $54,933,787 117
223 182 MJC Companies $54,387,252 168
224 161 Ritz-Craft $52,000,000 1,000
225 223 Ivey Homes $51,800,000 204
226 220 Buffington Homes $51,526,856 149
227 226 Pyatt Builders $51,269,630 189
228 233 Hunter Quinn Homes $51,172,334 201
229 NR Bridgewater Homes $49,856,587 83
230 191 McArthur Homes $49,665,963 151
231 205 Sun River St. George Development $47,698,494 117
232 213 G.J. Gardner Homes $47,280,797 152
233 201 Harmony Homes $43,500,000 178
234 NR Peachtree Residential $43,322,000 65
235 231 Riverwood Homes $42,000,000 175
236 236 Kendall Homes $40,090,000 145
237 107 The Community Builders $40,020,521 142
238 228 Clearview Homes $39,875,000 97
239 NR McGuinn Hybrid Homes $39,783,917 221
240 229 Key Land Homes $39,745,269 85
241 235 Infinity Homes & Co. $39,200,000 162
242 232 Simpson Housing $38,514,319 344
243 234 Premier Homes $37,745,816 136
244 238 Twilight Homes $37,239,740 122
245 237 Weaver Homes $37,181,213 102
246 246 Conaway Homes $37,107,588 196
247 241 French Brothers $35,000,000 105
248 NR Kent Homes $33,682,500 75
249 242 Lambie Custom Homes $32,000,000 28
250 NR Long Built Homes $31,770,000 56

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