The U.S. housing market continues to roll along, fed by an increased appeal of suburban and rural living during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as low interest rates.
Home builders and related companies have hitched a ride. And even though it can take years for home builders to make the deals and get approvals needed to begin large new projects, pricing pressure means improved profit margins.
In this article, we’ll first look at publicly traded home builders and then take a screen of Wall Street’s favorite housing-related stocks by reviewing four ETFs that hold shares of builders, building suppliers, home-improvement retailers, land developers and other companies that provide services in the industry.
S&P home builders
Here are the 15 home builders included in the S&P 1500 Composite Index
sorted by market capitalization: