In the West North Central region, which includes Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, and North and South Dakota, Lennar, D.R. Horton, and McBride & Son Co. 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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|Rank||Company||Iowa||Kansas||Minnesota||Missouri||Nebraska||North Dakota||South Dakota||2021 Total Closings|
|3||McBride & Son Cos.||911||911|
|6||Clayton Properties Group||55||422||477|
|7||Edward Rose Building Enterprise||132||120||168||420|
|10||Habitat for Humanity International||56||30||104||48||65||1||14||318|
|12||Legacy Homes Omaha||215||215|
|14||Robert Thomas Homes||205||205|
|18||Don Julian Builders / New Mark Homes||66||61||127|
|20||James Engle Custom Homes||106||10||116|
|23||Key Land Homes||97||97|
|24||David Weekley Homes||94||94|
|25||The Jones Co. / Consort Homes||88||88|
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