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Builder Rankings by Revenue: 2022 Housing Giants List

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Builder Rankings by Revenue: 2022 Housing Giants List

Pro Builder's annual Housing Giants rankings list provides a snapshot in time of builders’ perceived opportunities and challenges. These are the top 239 home builders in the nation, ranked by revenue


By Pro Builder Staff June 7, 2022
Biggest builders in United States, the 2022 Housing Giants rankings list
This article first appeared in the May/June 2022 issue of Pro Builder.

Each Pro Builder Housing Giants Report is a unique snapshot that reflects the perspective of a particular time. In the case of 2022, the last two years have seen some remarkable changes in our work and home lives due to the pandemic and its far-reaching impact. Some of those changes will have staying power, while others inevitably won't. And so it will be for the way home builders do business. 

Unlike the upheaval caused by the Great Recession, the COVID-19 pandemic was a global catastrophe that actually boosted housing’s standing as an economic engine as consumers looked for more suitable places to work and learn, be safe, and invest their stimulus checks.

But any builder with enough experience and awareness knows the current view isn’t entirely rosy. Various challenges—record-setting sales prices for new homes, overall inflation across a wide swath of consumer and trade goods, and rising interest rates—are already combining to soften the demand for housing, while new-home production remains hampered by a fickle supply chain and a chronic dearth of skilled labor that dates back to well before the pandemic.

So, what now? Put on rose-colored glasses and ignore the signs of a slowdown or get a pair of binoculars to look out a bit farther to a new era of doing business?

One might argue that the builders on our Housing Giants list, ranked by home building revenue (see the list of the nation's biggest builders, below), will lead the charge to change. Not only did they continue to increase market share of all new-home closings in 2021, but they’re also more profitable.

The Biggest Builders in the U.S. by Revenue: 2022 Housing Giants

Scroll down to see the ranked list of 2022's Housing Giants. For an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities facing home builders, and what's currently fueling the housing sector, take a look at the articles in Pro Builder's 2022 Housing Giants Report:


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HOUSING GIANTS LIST LEGEND

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2022 HOUSING GIANTS RANKINGS LIST

  • Click the attachment below to access a PDF of the Housing Giants rankings list from Pro Builder's May/June 2022 issue:
Rank Previous Rank Company Sort descending 2021 Housing Revenue 2021 Total Closings/Units
91 88 Allen Edwin Homes $267,608,030 876
174 206 American Classic Homes $90,375,000 713
51 52 American Legend Homes $501,239,220 893
89 119 American Southern Homes $275,220,000 693
123 126 Anglia Homes $160,046,693 544
156 141 Antares Homes $111,295,000 322
73 58 AR Homes by Arthur Rutenberg $320,000,000 300
17 18 Ashton Woods $2,573,792,011 7,223
186 214 Baessler Homes $81,959,812 260
76 95 Baldwin & Sons $310,745,278 543
82 72 Ball Homes $296,091,715 850
20 17 Beazer Homes $2,140,000,000 5,287
111 127 Beechwood Homes $189,340,000 252
141 148 Berks Homes $134,503,135 390
106 177 Bill Beazley Homes $206,758,228 401
108 114 Bill Clark Homes $200,262,535 450
114 124 Blandford Homes $180,143,000 234
34 43 Bloomfield Homes $819,881,000 2,135
116 NR Boise Hunter Homes $175,000,000 183
164 229 Bridgewater Homes $104,620,634 170
31 29 Brookfield Residential Properties $1,255,991,000 2,159
117 134 Capstone Homes $173,079,252 366
46 46 CastleRock Communities $525,016,714 1,543
67 77 Caviness and Cates Communities $356,050,000 1,240
36 36 CBH Homes $681,355,857 1,678
10 12 Century Communities $4,032,968,825 10,805
165 159 Charter Homes & Neighborhoods $104,171,000 240
35 40 Chesmar Homes $770,000,000 2,082
225 NR Classic American Homes $49,000,000 233
12 7 Clayton Properties Group $3,790,052,373 10,967
230 238 Clearview Homes $39,500,000 99
128 132 Colina Homes $155,085,231 613
217 220 Covington Homes $61,000,000 138
163 138 Craftmark Homes $106,397,740 126
145 155 Creative Homes $131,886,860 250
80 100 Crescent Homes $300,492,146 733
1 1 D.R. Horton $27,852,800,000 83,291
16 15 David Weekley Homes $2,793,949,435 5,619
167 174 Devon Street Homes $102,096,210 348
180 195 Don Julian Builders / New Mark Homes $86,600,000 127
25 33 DRB Group $1,522,000,000 4,064
18 27 Dream Finders Homes $2,523,437,829 6,125
26 28 Drees Homes $1,411,300,000 2,355
113 121 Eastbrook Homes $180,180,000 461
45 47 Eastwood Homes $549,560,000 1,467
38 55 Edge Construction $650,794,296 1,524
211 196 Edward Rose Building Enterprise $65,750,000 1,315
202 212 Edwards Homes of El Paso $71,058,750 329
62 65 Elite Properties of America $382,786,616 709
75 78 Elliott Homes $311,521,000 604

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