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NextHome Named on Franchise Business Review’s 2021 Culture100 List

FBR_TopCulture_PressRelease-790x500BY NEXTHOME | JULY 21, 2021

 

Pleasanton, CA — July 21, 2021 — NextHome was recently recognized on Franchise Business Review’s second annual “Culture100” list. The list recognizes the top 100 franchise brands in a 2021 report on the Best Franchise Cultures.

NextHome, Inc. is an independently owned national franchisor with a focus on changing the way consumers work with local agents and shop for real estate online. The NextHome franchise, founded in 2014, has 510+ offices and nearly 5,000 members across 48 states. The company closes over 29,500 transactions annually worth over $8.3B in volume.

Franchise Business Review, a franchise market research firm that performs independent surveys of franchisee satisfaction, provides the only rankings of franchises based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction and performance. Franchise Business Review publishes its rankings of top franchises in its annual Guide to Today’s Top Franchises, as well as in special interest reports throughout the year that identify the top franchises in specific sectors.

NextHome was among 224 franchise brands, representing nearly 25,000 franchise owners, that participated in Franchise Business Review’s research on the best franchise cultures. Franchisees were surveyed on 33 benchmark questions about their experience and satisfaction regarding critical areas of their franchise systems. The brands that were selected received the highest overall ratings based on 12 questions specifically focused on leadership, core values, whether they enjoy being part of the organization, and would they recommend their franchise to others.

“The impact of the pandemic this past year on small businesses has put the spotlight on franchise culture more than ever,” said Michelle Rowan, President and COO of Franchise Business Review. “Our research into hundreds of brands really shows which ones held up the best when rated by their franchise owners. The franchise companies that have the honor of being named to our Culture100 list are clearly among the best of the best franchise opportunities.”

The NextHome Culture has been a differentiator for the franchise since its inception in 2014. Their Humans Over Houses motto and mindset puts people first in an industry that so commonly forgets about the human connection in a tech-driven world.

“Being recognized on the Culture100 list is directly attributed to all NextHome members who’ve helped curate what our franchise has come to be, and continues to grow to become,” said Keith Robinson, NextHome’s Chief Strategy Officer. “However, to ensure a cohesive culture, there must be a consistent underlying philosophy tying everyone together. For NextHome, it’s that we all strive to put Humans Over Houses. We know that so long as we don’t lose focus on the humans who buy and sell houses, and the amazing agents who help them through the process, everything will be fine. ”

Earlier this year, NextHome was also named No. 1 on Franchise Business Review’s list of the Top Franchises for 2021 in owner satisfaction, as well as a Top Franchise for Women.

Visit FranchiseBusinessReview.com to see the full list of the 2021 Best Franchise Cultures.

 

Interested in being a part of the NextHome Real Estate Franchise? Contact VP of Sales Charis Moreno at Charis@NextHome.com.

Each office is an independently owned and operated business.

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Explore Delaware This Spring

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The sun is shining, and the flowers are blooming here in Delaware – it’s Spring! Time to get outside and explore what Delaware has to offer across the state. There’s plenty to do and see! Here are a few ideas to get you started:

 

New Castle County:

 

Like sports? Check out the best athletes to come from Delaware at the Delaware Sports Museum. Every year, new athletes are being added to the Delaware Hall of Fame.

 

The du Ponts, who were a prominent family of Delaware, were devoted patrons of the arts and dedicated conservationists.

  1. Winterthur: Take in the vast acreage of the beautiful gardens and what is considered the most influential museum of American decorative arts, completely amassed by Henry Francis du Pont.
  2. Nemours: The home of Henry’s cousin, Alfred I. du Pont. 222 acres of garden and home stand next to the internationally known pediatric hospital, A.I. DuPont.

 

Local parks in the area: Lums Pond & White Clay Creek. $4 daily to get in, but annual park passes are available!*

EVENT! Wildflower Weekend

Where? Mt. Cuba Center              When? Friday, April 23-25

Experience a magnificent display of spring blooms at the peak of their glory. There will be food and entertainment available!

 

Kent County:

An integral part of Delaware is the Air Force base located in Dover. If you like planes, history, and FREE things to do, the Air Mobility Command Museum has over 30 aircraft that you can tour.

 

Need entertainment for the kids? Take them to The Children’s Theatre, a local group who performs kid-friendly shows.

EVENT! Disney’s The Lion King Jr. Musical

Where? Schwartz Center for the Arts                       When? May 8th & May 9th

The African savannah comes to life on your stage with Simba, Rafiki, and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock. $10 per person.

 

Tour historical buildings and learn about farm life in Delaware at the Delaware Agricultural Museum & Village.

 

Get a taste of wine locally fermented at the Harvest Ridge Winery. They host tons of events, such as live bands and crafts, which can be found on their website.

 

Local parks in the area: Killens Pond & Brecknock Park. Hiking trails, playgrounds, and even a waterpark (at Killens Pond)! $4 for in-state cars to get in, but annual park passes are available!*

 

Sussex County:

Learn about the Native Americans who inhabited the Delmarva area at the Nanticoke Indian Museum. You’ll see different types of Native American tools, pottery, arrowheads, and spears.

 

Discover the history of Lewes at the Zwaanendael Museum, a museum centered around Delaware’s first European colony that also serves as a showcase for the area’s maritime, military, and social history.

 

EVENT! Spring Delmarva Birding Weekend

Where? All over Delmarva            When? April 21-25

Follow the migration of warblers, shorebirds, waterfowl, raptors, and other birds that call

Delaware home year-round. Travel by foot and boat with an expert tour guide.

EVENT! Haiku Garden at the Freeman Arts Pavilion

Where? Freeman Arts Pavilion                   When? Now-May 2

It’s National Poetry Month! Learn about the art of haiku and enjoy the fresh air all month

long.

 

Local parks in the area: Head to the coastal state park Cape Henlopen for some fun at the beach & hike and camp at Trap Pond. $4 for in-state cars to enter.*

 

*Active-Duty Military are able to get annual park passes for half the price!