The Strongest U.S. Real Estate Companies: Rated by Groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence

RealRate’s 2022 ranking for U.S. Real Estate is hot off the press! Let’s take a look.

DiVall Insured Income Properties 2 narrowly takes top spot from Comstock Holding Companies. There was just over half a percentage point in it.

TIAA Real Estate Account are a similar distance back in third.

Eight companies are awarded RealRate’s prestigious Top Rated award.

The top 16 are as follows:


When we dissect the data, we can see that DiVall Insured Income Properties 2 takes top spot due to their super Other Revenues score, increasing the Economic Capital Ratio by a whopping 286 percentage points.

They also move up two places from 3rd position in 2021 to take this year’s crown.

Comstock Holding Companies’ greatest strength, compared to the market average, is the Other Revenues figure, increasing the Economic Capital Ratio by a whopping 585 percentage points.

TIAA Real Estate Account largely did well due to their Profit Margin, which increased the Economic Capital Ratio by 109 percentage points.

The average Economic Capital Ratio is 105%.

Special mention to TIAA Real Estate Account for moving up from 16th position in 2021 to a superb 4th spot this time around.


The remaining line-up in the leaderboard is as follows:



The U.S. Real Estate industry is a $3.69 trillion industry and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.2% from 2022 to 2030. The industry is rebounding very well following the Covid pandemic.

Also, the internet has increased customers’ knowledge and awareness of online real estate services, thus driving the industry forwards and upwards.

The awesome thing we do at RealRate is to deliver utterly fair and independent company ratings, bringing together expert knowledge and cutting edge artificial intelligence in one package. Our AI model computes the all important Economic Capital Ratio figure.

Looking at our model in more detail, one can see it’s very much unbiased and only uses audited public data. We are not part of any real estate company. We are fair, explain ourselves very well and we also avoid any all important conflicts of interest.

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