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2022 Housing Giants—Pacific Region

Housing Giants

2022 Housing Giants—Pacific Region


May 20, 2022
2022 Housing Giants Pacific region home builders

In the Pacific region, which includes Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington, Lennar, D.R. Horton, and KB Home 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


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Rank Company Alaska California Hawaii Oregon Washington 2021 Total Closings
1 Lennar 8,581 734 879 10,194
2 D.R. Horton 3,814 371 538 1,853 6,576
3 KB Home 3,834 174 4,008
4 Tri Pointe Homes 2,608 296 2,904
5 M.D.C. Holdings 2,244 184 240 2,668
6 PulteGroup 1,551 317 1,868
7 Century Communities 1,294 308 1,602
8 Toll Brothers 1,189 69 308 1,566
9 Hovnanian Enterprises 1,320 1,320
10 Shea Homes 1,119 165 1,284
11 Meritage Homes 1,242 1,242
12 Woodside Homes 1,236 1,236
13 Brookfield Residential Properties 993 3 996
14 LGI Homes 472 211 305 988
15 Holt Homes 444 283 727
16 The New Home Company 500 500
17 San Joaquin Valley Homes 449 449
18 Wathen Castanos Homes 444 444
19 John Mourier Construction 441 441
20 Trumark Companies 417 417
21 New Tradition Homes 346 346
22 Williams Homes 343 343
23 Elliott Homes 246 246
23 Baldwin & Sons 246 246
25 SummerHill Homes 240 240
26 Pacific Communities Builder 232 232
27 Habitat for Humanity International 1 82 10 42 66 201
28 The Olson Company 200 200
29 Tim Lewis Communities 170 170
30 McCaffrey Homes 168 168
31 David Weekley Homes 160 160
32 Gentry Homes 148 148
33 Woodbridge Pacific Group 126 126
34 Edward Rose Building Enterprise 96 96
35 Legacy Homes 85 85
36 The Warmington Group 62 62
37 Ryder Homes 24 24

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