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2022 Housing Giants—East South Central Region

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2022 Housing Giants—East South Central Region


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

In the East South Central region, which includes Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee, D.R. Horton, Clayton Properties Group, and Fischer Homes occupy the top three spots for new-home closings in 2021, according to data from the 2022 Pro Builder Housing Giants Report. 

Scroll down to see the list.

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 Alabama Kentucky Mississippi Tennessee 2021 Total Closings
1 D.R. Horton 2,992 18 512 2,030 5,552
2 Clayton Properties Group 506 189 802 1,497
3 Fischer Homes 997 997
4 Stone Martin Builders 903 903
5 Ball Homes 625 225 850
6 Ole South Properties 820 820
7 PulteGroup 260 485 745
8 Signature Homes 393 168 561
10 Meritage Homes 504 504
11 Drees Homes 330 163 493
12 Smith Douglas Homes 240 231 471
13 Regent Homes 31 384 415
14 Smithbilt Homes 392 392
15 The Jones Co. / Consort Homes 372 372
16 Valor Communities 356 356
17 Regency Homebuilders 119 231 350
18 LGI Homes 175 157 332
19 NexMetro Communities 324 324
20 Embrey 322 322
21 Jagoe Homes 312 312
22 Lincoln Property Co. 296 296
23 Century Communities 273 273
24 American Southern Homes 250 250
25 Habitat for Humanity International 50 53 24 111 238
26 Lowder New Homes 231 231
27 Newcastle Construction 220 220
28 Pratt Home Builders 143 143
29 Crescent Homes 138 138
30 The Builders Group 113 113
31 Woodland Homes of Huntsville 112 112
33 Magnolia Homes 79 79
34 Turnberry Homes 62 62
35 David Weekley Homes 56 56
36 Epcon Communities 18 30 48
37 AR Homes by Arthur Rutenberg 8 14 22
38 Eastbrook Homes 20 20
39 Toll Brothers 19 19

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