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2022 Housing Giants—West North Central Region

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2022 Housing Giants—West North Central Region

May 26, 2022
2022 Housing Giants West North Central region home builders

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
1 Lennar 1,602 1,602
2 D.R. Horton 487 800 10 1,297
3 McBride & Son Cos. 911 911
4 M/I Homes 816 816
5 PulteGroup 602 602
6 Clayton Properties Group 55 422 477
7 Edward Rose Building Enterprise 132 120 168 420
8 Capstone Homes 366 366
9 LeCesse Development 322 322
10 Habitat for Humanity International 56 30 104 48 65 1 14 318
11 Hanson Builders 241 241
12 Legacy Homes Omaha 215 215
13 Epcon Communities 73 110 21 10 214
14 Robert Thomas Homes 205 205
15 Lombardo Homes 171 171
16 Creative Homes 153 153
17 LGI Homes 147 147
18 Don Julian Builders / New Mark Homes 66 61 127
19 Regency Homebuilders 119
20 James Engle Custom Homes 106 10 116
21 Rodrock Homes 109 109
22 Century Communities 100 100
23 Key Land Homes 97 97
24 David Weekley Homes 94 94
25 The Jones Co. / Consort Homes 88 88
26 Oevering Homes 20 20
27 Fischer Homes 4 4

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