Lennar Homes is the nation’s second-largest homebuilder – only trailing DR Horton Homes – based on annual closings. Headquartered in Miami, Florida, Lennar Homes is an NYSE listed company that is ranked # 260th on Fortune 500. It is known to build top of the range new homes in attractive housing markets across the United States.
The company is committed to delivering on its three core principles: Value, Quality, and Integrity. On quality, Lennar Homes is committed to being the leader of the pack when it comes to innovation and concentrating on delivering top-notch homes to homebuyers in the most beautiful locations.
On integrity, everyone at Lennar Homes is dedicated to doing “the right thing for the right reasons.” That implies that the homebuilder will strive to be sustainable, ethical, and environmentally-friendly in all its activities and endeavors. The company is also committed to delivering the highest quality home value to all homebuyers. It is on these core principles that Lennar Homes has been able to make huge strides and milestones to become the 2nd biggest home construction company in the US.
Since it was founded in 1954, Lennar Homes has helped hundreds of thousands of homeowners across the nation realize their American Dream of owning a home. At the moment, the homebuilder operates in more than 40 markets across 19 states, including Arizona, California, Delaware, Virginia, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Minnesota, Florida, Colorado, Georgia, Oregon, Washington, Tennessee, and Texas.
Lennar Homes is at the forefront of providing cost-friendly, move-up, and retirement homes in snazzy communities that accommodate diverse lifestyles like golf course, active adult, a senior citizen living, and multigenerational urban living. It is one of the few homebuilders whose core value is to bring quality to their customers through incorporation of high-end finishes and fabulous features at no additional cost. Lennar Homes’ award-winning Everything’s Included approach brings together robust home features, energy efficiency, and quality construction like never before.
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Lennar Homes: Historic Snapshot
In 1954, property developer Arnold P. Rosen and Gene Fisher joined forces to establish F&R Builders in Miami, Florida. Soon later, Lenard Miller, a young entrepreneur who owned 42 lots in Miami-Dade Country, becomes the co-owner of F&R Builders by investing $10,000.
F&R Builders was renamed Lennar in 1971, a portmanteau of the first names of the two co-owners – Leonard Miller and Arnold Rosen. A year later, Lennar Homes was listed on New York Stock Exchange with the ticker LEN. It was not until 1989 that the homebuilder introduced its ground-breaking Everything’s Included program, providing homeowners sizzling extra features at no extra cost.
Over the years, Lennar Homes has acquired an array of other homebuilders and related companies, including U.S. Home in 2000 and Rialto Capital Management in 2007.
What Makes Lennar Homes America’s 2ND Largest Homebuilder?
Everything’s Included approach has over the years catapulted Lennar Homes to greatness – and with good reason. The company offers customers a slew of high-end features and finishes at no additional cost.
Unwavering Commitment to Its Core Principles
Lennar Homes has been unrelenting when it comes to dedication to its core principles of providing Value, Quality, and Integrity in all its construction. This way, the company delivers not only top-quality homes but also great value to customers in the most ethical and environmentally—friendly way possible.
Lennar Homes is actively involved in various communities across the nation. The homebuilder is known to give back to the community by including its employees and providing resources.
Awards and Accreditation
Lennar Homes is a BBB Accredited company with A+ Rating
Parade of Homes Awards – #1 for Homes between $700K and $799K
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