The New Home Company Named Fastest Growing Public Company in Orange County

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The New Home Company has been named the Fastest Growing Public Company in Orange County on a list published by the Orange County Business Journal. The top ranking was based on NEW HOME’s 208% revenue growth over the last two years. According to the Orange County Business Journal, NEW HOME reported $769 million in sales for the 12-month period ending on June 30, 2017 compared to $250 million in the same period two years ago. This robust growth led to its top position on the publication’s annual list of fastest growing public companies, published this week.

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