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2022 Housing Giants—East North Central Region

Housing Giants

2022 Housing Giants—East North Central Region


May 26, 2022
2022 Housing Giants East North Central region home builders

In the East North Central region, which includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin, PulteGroup, M/I Homes, and Lennar occupy the top three spots for new-home closings in 2021, according to data from the 2022 Pro Builder Housing Giants Report. 

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Click on the company names for additional information and to see previous years' rankings.


RELATED: MORE HOUSING GIANTS DATA

2022 HOUSING GIANTS REPORT ARTICLES


Rank Company Illinois Indiana Michigan Ohio Wisconsin 2021 Total Closings
1 PulteGroup 557 942 817 1,219 3535
2 M/I Homes 630 680 327 1,139 2776
3 Lennar 1,162 1,501 2663
4 D.R. Horton 765 1,110 726 2601
5 Fischer Homes 419 1,321 1740
6 Clayton Properties Group 1,164 1164
7 Allen Edwin Homes 64 812 876
8 Hovnanian Enterprises 231 508 739
9 Edward Rose Building Enterprise 353 296 12 48 709
10 Drees Homes 181 508 689
11 Lombardo Homes 603 603
12 Habitat for Humanity International 75 100 80 123 90 468
13 Eastbrook Homes 441 441
14 Granite Ridge Builders 405 31 436
15 MJC Companies 420 420
16 Century Communities 94 211 26 331
17 Toll Brothers 57 250 307
18 Epcon Communities 10 4 286 300
19 Rockford Homes 239 239
20 Jagoe Homes 235 235
21 Pyatt Builders 213 213
22 Tim O'Brien Homes 202 202
23 David Weekley Homes 167 167
24 Robertson Brothers Homes 157 157
25 William Ryan Homes 39 100 139
26 Mayberry Homes 138 138
27 Kaerek Homes 135 135
28 Infinity Homes & Co. 129 129
29 Oevering Homes 100 100
30 Clearview Homes 99 99
31 Creative Homes 97 97
32 The Challenger Group 53 53
33 AR Homes by Arthur Rutenberg 10 5 15

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