Topped by Lennar, LGI Homes, and Meritage Homes in the first three spots, these 35 builders lead the nation in starter-home construction in Pro Builder’s 2022 Housing Giants ranking of the nation’s largest home building companies.
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|Rank||Company||2021 Starter Home Closings|
|8||Clayton Properties Group||5,374|
|11||Habitat for Humanity International||3,276|
|16||Stanley Martin Homes||1,654|
|18||Mattamy Homes US Group||1,367|
|20||Smith Douglas Homes||1,294|
|22||The Challenger Group||1,066|
|25||Great Southern Homes||853|
|27||David Weekley Homes||787|
|29||Brookfield Residential Properties||712|
|31||Ole South Properties||689|
|32||Park Square Homes||656|
|33||Edward Rose Building Enterprise||592|
|34||Allen Edwin Homes||561|
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