flexiblefullpage - default
Currently Reading

2022 Housing Giants—South Atlantic Region

Housing Giants

2022 Housing Giants—South Atlantic Region


May 20, 2022
2022 Housing Giants South Atlantic region home builders

In the South Atlantic region, which includes Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C., D.R. Horton, Lennar, and PulteGroup 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 Delaware Florida Georgia Maryland North Carolina South Carolina Virginia Washington, D.C. West Virginia 2021 Total Closings
1 D.R. Horton 541 18,119 4,056 639 3,999 4,319 471 43 32,187
3 PulteGroup 6,640 1,136 493 1,677 1,658 500 12,104
4 Clayton Properties Group 1,675 1,037 893 1,950 70 5,625
5 Meritage Homes 1,663 647 1,390 377 4,077
7 Century Communities 381 1,753 1,081 496 3,711
8 The Villages of Lake Sumter 3,651 3,651
9 Stanley Martin Homes 92 212 643 577 941 1,050 3,515
10 Mattamy Homes US Group 2,400 911 51 3,362
11 LGI Homes 1,337 411 24 1,238 136 75 63 3,284
12 Ashton Woods 1,231 993 279 414 2,917
13 M/I Homes 1,777 911 138 2,826
14 Toll Brothers 4 705 393 135 323 333 530 2,423
15 KB Home 2,070 190 2,260
16 Harkins Builders 1,546 449 251 2,246
17 True Homes 1,604 450 2,054
18 Hovnanian Enterprises 401 628 24 339 206 259 10 1,867
19 David Weekley Homes 1,092 172 437 111 1,812
20 GL Homes 1,769 1,769
21 Great Southern Homes 1,706 1,706
22 M.D.C. Holdings 1,003 531 1,534
23 Eastwood Homes 87 708 423 249 1,467
24 Minto Communities USA 1,108 309 1,417
26 Habitat for Humanity International 34 510 99 26 257 80 94 7 11 1,118
27 Neal Communities of Southwest Florida 1,088 1,088
28 Homes by WestBay / Casa Fresca Homes 932 932
29 Park Square Homes 772 772
30 HHHunt 177 539 716
31 ICI Homes 691 691
32 Tri Pointe Homes 323 85 29 220 657
33 Schell Brothers 591 58 649
34 LeCesse Development 641 641
35 Caviness and Cates Communities 614 614
36 Crescent Homes 595 595
37 Brookfield Residential Properties 29 194 317 540
38 Epcon Communities 50 375 15 71 511
39 Empire Communities 302 205 507
40 Green Brick Partners 501 501
41 Bill Clark Homes 450 450
42 Bill Beazley Homes 255 146 401
43 Viera Builders 387 387
44 Southern Homes of Polk County 378 378
45 Windsor Homes 365 365
46 Drees Homes 170 190 360
47 Keystone Group dba Keystone Homes 359 359
48 Main Street Homes 355 355
48 McKee Homes 355 355
50 Van Metre Companies 346 346
51 Piedmont Residential 315 315
52 Kerley Family Homes 314 314
53 Shea Homes 108 90 99 297
55 The Community Builders 235 45 280
56 SeaGate Homes 279 279
57 Fischer Homes 276 276
58 AR Homes by Arthur Rutenberg 164 17 56 23 3 263
59 Silverstone Communities 260 260
60 Stock Development 257 257
61 Ivey Homes 241 15 256
62 Napolitano Homes 41 213 254
63 Green Brick Partners 251 251
64 StyleCraft Homes 245 245
65 Homes by Dickerson 207 30 237
65 M.D.C. Holdings 237 237
67 Evergreene Homes 63 11 9 149 232
68 Traton Homes 228 228
70 Hunter Quinn Homes 201 201
71 Ward Communities 194 194
73 Providence Homes 185 185
74 William Ryan Homes 178 178
75 Keystone Custom Homes 169 169
76 Drees Homes 32 135 167
77 EYA 99 36 135
78 American Southern Homes 129 129
79 Craftmark Homes 82 41 3 126
80 Saussy Burbank 35 77 112
81 JW Collection 111 111
83 Peachtree Residential 45 49 94
84 Edward Rose Building Enterprise 90 90
85 The Challenger Group 21 10 58 89
86 Kent Homes 76 76
87 Robuck Homes 74 74
89 McKinney Builders 60 60
91 Stone Martin Builders 4 4
92 Marrano Homes / Marc-Equity 1 1

Related Stories

Housing Giants

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

Housing Giants

What Now for Residential Construction? The Housing Industry Post-Pandemic

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 Giants

Marketing Industrialized Construction 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

Advertisement
boombox1 -
Advertisement
native1 - default

More in Category




Advertisement
native2 - default
Advertisement
halfpage1 -

Create an account

By creating an account, you agree to Pro Builder's terms of service and privacy policy.


Daily Feed Newsletter

Get Pro Builder in your inbox

Each day, Pro Builder's editors assemble the latest breaking industry news, hottest trends, and most relevant research, delivered to your inbox.

Save the stories you care about

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet lorem ipsum dolor sit amet lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.

The bookmark icon allows you to save any story to your account to read it later
Tap it once to save, and tap it again to unsave

It looks like you’re using an ad-blocker!

Pro Builder is an advertisting supported site and we noticed you have ad-blocking enabled in your browser. There are two ways you can keep reading:

Disable your ad-blocker
Disable now
Subscribe to Pro Builder
Subscribe
Already a member? Sign in
Become a Member

Subscribe to Pro Builder for unlimited access

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.