We've been building homes across the United States for more than 25 years, but our history started way before that in the 1600s with an English builder named George Beazer.
Nine generations later, the Beazer family and name continues to stand for quality homebuilding, craftsmanship, and innovation.
Rooted in Communities
Although we're a nationwide company, our focus is on the individual communities. We strategically build each community to be near places that our customers care about, so that your home is more than a house.
With Beazer, home is where you live, grow, and thrive.
Designed to Last
From superior craftsmanship to innovative, energy-efficient home designs featuring Choice Plans®, we strive to provide extraordinary value to our customers.
Our goal is to create an engaging and satisfying customer experience, so that you can make the right decision and enjoy buying, building, personalizing and living in your new home.
Allan Merrill CEO, Beazer Homes
2nd Consecutive YearAmerica’s Most Trustworthy Companies
Beazer Homes is proud to be recognized for the second year in a row on Newsweek’s America’s Most Trustworthy Companies list. The list was completed using an independent survey conducted by Statista Inc. with a sample of 25,000 U.S. residents ranking 700 companies across 23 industries on touchpoints of trust.
*When you shop and compare, you know you're getting the lowest rates and fees available. Lender competition leads to less money out of pocket at closing and lower payments every month. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) found in their 2015 Consumer Mortgage Experience Survey that shopping for a mortgage saves consumers an average of .5% on their interest rate. Using this information, the difference between a 5% and a 4.5% interest rate on a new home that costs $315,000 (with a $15,000 down payment and a financed amount of $300,000) is a Principal & Interest savings of roughly $90 per month. Over a typical 30-year amortized mortgage, $90 per month adds up to $32,400 in savings over the life of the loan. To read more from the CFPB, please visit https://mortgagechoice.beazer.com/home/legalpage.