Based in Tennessee, Goodall closed 436 homes in 2015
Goodall Homes, a Gallatin, Tenn.-based builder of single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums (and Professional Builder’s 2014 Builder of the Year) has been acquired by Clayton, one of America’s largest homebuilders and a subsidiary of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway.
Through its acquisition of Goodall Homes, Clayton has obtained around 3,600 lots and 180 homes under construction in a five-county area in Middle Tennessee. In 2015, Goodall closed 436 homes.
Speaking about the acquisition, Keith Holdbrooks, Clayton home building group president, said in a press release, “Adding great builders like Goodall to our team is exciting. As we continue to grow and expand into the site-built market, it is important to partner with teams that share our culture of providing an excellent customer experience.”
Goodall Homes' president Bob Goodall, Jr. noted that Goodall Homes is honored to become a part of the Clayton team and have the ability to contribute to the success of Berkshire Hathaway.
Last fall, Clayton acquired Chafin Communities, an Atlanta-area builder. This makes Goodall the second site-built home building company to become a part of Clayton.