Topped by Toll Brothers, David Weekley Homes, and Clayton Properties Group in the first three spots, these 20 builders lead the nation in second move-up 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 Second Move-Up Home Closings|
|2||David Weekley Homes||3,315|
|3||Clayton Properties Group||2,303|
|10||First Texas Homes||829|
|13||Brookfield Residential Properties||712|
|15||Mattamy Homes US Group||641|
|16||Stone Martin Builders||634|
|17||John Houston Homes||630|
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