Texas Top Home Builders – November 2022

A summary of the leading contractors for new home construction in Texas during the month of November 2022

Last week, we reported that there were there were more than 3,630 new residential construction permits with a total value of nearly $1.1 billion added to the HBW database for Texas during the month of November. Today, we will take a deeper dive into HBW records to identify the top home builders that are responsible for driving new construction during the one-month period.

Across the state, and from the four major metro areas reviewed (Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio), there were two builders that carried more than 27 percent of all new home construction for the month. Based on HBW’s construction data reports, the highest concentration of new permits were held by the following companies:

  1. Lennar Homes – 521 permits
  2. D.R. Horton – 464 permits


BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-D.R. Horton203 $      241,133.00
2-Lennar Homes155 $      222,102.00
3-Bloomfield Homes56 $      361,771.00
4-First Texas Homes54 $      545,809.00
5-Pulte Homes37 $      286,359.00


BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Lennar Homes199 $      165,860.00
2-D.R. Horton197 $      215,771.00
3-Camillo Properties107 $      180,913.00
4-Meritage Homes76 $      257,222.00
5-Perry Homes52 $      406,153.00


BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Lennar Homes136 $      228,820.00
2-D.R. Horton63 $      191,040.00
3-Chesmar Homes32 $      471,907.00
4-Taylor Morrison Homes31 $      470,610.00
5-Brookfield Residential Texas Homes30 $      286,260.00

San Antonio

BuilderTotal Permits Average Value
1-Wes Peoples Homes39 $  200,000.00
2-Lennar Homes31 $  154,537.00
3-Perry Homes26 $  441,169.00
4-Hakes Brothers25 $  243,060.00
5-Rausch Coleman Homes11 $  135,580.00

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

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