Pleasanton, CA — May 24, 2022 — NextHome recently ranked on The Financial Times’ third annual Americas’ Fastest-Growing Companies 2022 list comprised of the 500 companies in the Americas that have the highest growth in publicly disclosed revenues between 2017 and 2020. This marks NextHome’s second year on the list.
The Financial Times list was compiled with research company Statista and ranks entrants from across the Americas by their compound annual growth rate in revenue, between 2017 and 2020. The ranking is not necessarily a reflection of the size of countries’ economies, but rather their ability to innovate and the willingness of their high-growth companies to be candid with financial information.
The ranking was created through a complex procedure. Although the search was very extensive, the ranking does not claim to be complete, as some companies did not want to make their figures public or did not participate for other reasons. The submitted revenue figures had to be certified by the chief financial officer, chief executive, or a member of the executive committee of the company.
The list captures the resilience of businesses as they adapted to the initial onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Since that initial response, business leaders across the region have vowed to “build back better.”
NextHome was ranked No. 429 on the list that is dominated by digital companies. While NextHome prides itself on providing world-class marketing and real estate technology for its members, at its core, it’s a real estate franchise – a human business.
“NextHome’s success and growth are directly linked to the success of our franchisees,” said Keith Robinson, NextHome’s Chief Strategy Officer. “Accolades like these are in thanks to them and their hard work and dedication to helping their communities in selling and buying their next home, putting humans over houses.”
Interested in being a part of the NextHome Real Estate Franchise? Contact VP of Sales Charis Moreno at Charis@NextHome.com.
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