Pulte, D.R. Horton top Professional Builder's 2011 Housing Giants rankings

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With more than $4.4 billion in total residential revenue and 17,095 closings in 2010, PulteGroup tops Professional Builder’s annual Housing Giants ranking of the nation’s largest home-building companies. D.R. Horton had $3.9 billion in residential revenue and 18,983 closings in 2010 to grab the number-two spot on the Housing Giants list. Rounding out the top five are NVR, Lennar, and KB Home.

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With more than $4.4 billion in total residential revenue and 17,095 closings in 2010, PulteGroup tops Professional Builder’s ann

May 31, 2011

With more than $4.4 billion in total residential revenue and 17,095 closings in 2010, PulteGroup tops Professional Builder’s annual Housing Giants ranking of the nation’s largest home-building companies. D.R. Horton had $3.9 billion in residential revenue and 18,983 closings in 2010 to grab the number-two spot on the Housing Giants list.

 

 

 

Rounding out the top five are NVR ($2.9 billion, 10,030 closings), Lennar Corporation ($2.6 billion, 10,995 closings), and KB Home ($1.6 billion, 7346 closings). The 2011 Housing Giants list ranks the 225 largest builders in the U.S. See the full Housing Giants list.

The Top 20 includes:

  1. PulteGroup, $4,419,812,000, 17,095 closings
  2. D.R. Horton, $3,955,200,000, 18,983
  3. NVR, $2,980,758,000, 10,030
  4. Lennar Corporation, $2,631,314,000, 10,955
  5. KB Home, $1,575,487,000, 7,346
  6. Taylor Morrison, $1,500,000,000, 2,570
  7. Toll Brothers, $1,498,580,000, 2,642
  8. Hovnanian Enterprises, $1,451,648,000, 5,009
  9. M/I Homes, $1,201,464,000, 4,868
  10. Ryland Group, $1,026,321,000, 4,245
  11. Beazer Homes USA, $1,000,531,000, 4,513
  12. Meritage Home Corporation, $940,406,000, 3,700
  13. Standard Pacific Corp., $933,649,334, 2,700
  14. M.D.C. Holdings, $921,022,000, 3,245
  15. Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company, $853,643,000, 2,175
  16. Shea Homes, $799,454,888, 2,002
  17. A. G. Spanos Companies, $697,900,000, 4,393
  18. David Weekley Homes, $611,806,000, 1,857
  19. Wood Partners, $601,387,586, 3,948
  20. Highland Homes, $598,646,000, 1,704

See the full Housing Giants list.

BONUS VIDEO: Professional Builder Editor-in-Chief David Barista discusses several key findings from the publication's annual Housing Giants report. Learn which firms make up home building's "billion dollar club" and what the nation's largest firms identify as their top challenges and opportunities.

 

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