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New Homes and Home Builders in Collin County

Allen, Celina, Frisco, Lucas, McKinney, Plano, and Prosper

Homes and home builders in Collin County TX

We've compiled this list of homebuilders that are currently building homes in Collin County. (Locations outside of Collin County are not listed.)

Many of these builders are building new homes and communities near the $5 Billion Mile in Frisco, Granite Park and Legacy West in Plano, Wade Park in Frisco, and The Dallas Star in Frisco--the latter two being part of the five billion dollar mile.

To find the master planned communities and neighborhoods currently under construction, click on the builder's site.

American Legend

Building in Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Prosper.

Ashton Woods

Building in Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Prosper.

Beazer Homes

Building in Celina, Frisco, McKinney, Prosper


Purchased Ryland Homes and Standard Pacific. Building in Allen, Frisco, Lucas, McKinney, Frisco, Prosper.

Nathan Carlisle Homes

Building an active adult neighborhood in McKinney.

Chesmar Homes

Building in Melissa, Parker and Prosper.

Coventry Homes

Building in Frisco.

Darling Homes

Recently purchased by Taylor Morrison. Building in Frisco, McKinney, Prosper.

David Weekly Homes

Building in Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Murphy, Prosper.

Drees Custom Homes

Building in Allen, Celina, Frisco, McKinney, Prosper.

Emerald Homes

See D.R. Horton

First Texas Homes

Building in Frisco, Lucas, McKinney, Prosper

Gehan Homes

Building in Anna, Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Prosper, Wylie

Grand Homes

Building in Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Plano and Prosper.

Grenadier Homes

Building in Fairview, McKinney, Prosper, Wylie

Highland Homes

Building in Celina, Frisco, McKinney, Melissa, Sachse, Prosper.

D.R. Horton

Building in Allen, Celina, Frisco, Lucas, McKinney, Melissa, Princeton, Prosper, Sachse, Van Alstyne, Wylie.

K. Hovnanian Homes

Building in Celina, Frisco, Melissa, Murphy, Richardson.

Huntington Homes

Building in Celina and Prosper.

Landon Homes

Building in Frisco, McKinney, and Plano.


Building in Celina, Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Prosper, Sachse.

Megatel Homes

Building in Allen, McKinney, Prosper, Sachse, Wylie.

Meritage Homes

Building in Allen, Celina, McKinney

Normandy Homes

Building in Allen.

Our Country Homes

Building in Celina, Lucas, McKinney, Prosper.

Paul Taylor Homes

Building in Lucas and Wylie.

Plantation Homes

Building in McKinney and Prosper.

Pulte Homes

Building in Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Prosper.

Ryland Homes

Now CalAtlantic

Scott Felder Homes

Building in Celina, Prosper, Frisco and Plano

Shaddock Homes

Building in Frisco, Parker and Wylie.

Southgate Homes

Building in Allen and Frisco

Standard Pacific

Now CalAtlantic

Toll Brothers

Building in Fairview, Frisco, Plano.

How does your builder rate?

Chances are you came to Texas considering relocation, walked through a couple of models and were amazed at what you can get for your money. But before you put down (what is for some) the biggest investment for your family, you'll want to do some homework--because not all builders are created equal.

When we first visited Texas, we walked into two models in the same neighborhood directly across the street from one another. The first was 4,000 square feet and gorgeous. We thought we'd be stealing the house from the builder! The second house was 3,000 square feet and cost $100,000 more than the first model. Both were beautifully appointed with granite counter tops and decorated beyond what we ever thought we could afford. Why the difference?

Honestly, we didn't want to know. We wanted to purchase the larger, less expensive home. Fortunately, we did our research and were told, "People buy from that builder the first time", inferring they don't buy their second home from that builder. We went against what we wanted to believe and continued our research. We purchased the smaller, more expensive home and learned that it isn't nearly as important the original price tag, but the quality of the building materials and appliances used on the house, as well as the warranties and customer service that follows the purchase.

For example, when the finish wore off our exterior locks due to the harsh Texas weather, we found our builder had used Schlaege locks--and they came with a lifetime guarantee on the finish. We had similar experiences with our furnace and gutters.

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Created September 17, 2016
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