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2022 Housing Giants Report and Rankings

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2022 Housing Giants Report and Rankings

Pro Builder's Housing Giants report ranks the top U.S. home builders by revenue, closings, and type and location of homes built and takes a deeper dive into two driving forces in housing today: built-for-rent and off-site construction


June 14, 2022
Home building at cliff precipice
After the upheaval caused by the pandemic, what's next for the housing industry? | Illustration: Michael Glenwood

 

In Pro Builder's annual Housing Giants report, we rank the nation’s home building companies by revenue, number of closings, type, and location of homes built. Data for our Housing Giants charts is based on information supplied by the respective home building companies, which are asked to verify the accuracy of their data. This year, 239 U.S.-based home building firms participated in the Housing Giants report. Scroll down to see the master list and other rankings by region and housing type.

 


U.S. Home Builder Rankings by 2021 Revenue and Closings


Housing Giants Rankings by Types of Homes Built


Housing Giants Rankings by Region

 

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READ THE ARTICLES IN THE 2022 HOUSING GIANTS REPORT

Housing Giants 2022: What Now?

The COVID-19 pandemic is essentially over, but the disruption to the housing industry that lies in its wake will be felt for years to come

Housing, Industrialized: Marketing to Consumers

If you build it off-site, will they come? Here’s how (and why) to target consumers with clear messaging about factory-built housing

Built-to-Rent: What Happens When the Dust Settles?

The B2R segment is white-hot right now, but what does a mature market for single-family rental communities look like?


 

 

 


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