Home House Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Home House's estimated annual revenue is currently $34.3M per year.(i)
  • Home House's estimated revenue per employee is $254,000

Employee Data

  • Home House has 135 Employees.(i)
  • Home House grew their employee count by 8% last year.
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Home House represents a truly unique experience in the concept of private members clubs. All that you would expect in terms of luxury, service and privacy are the Club's cherished hallmarks. Located across three Georgian town houses at 19, 20 and 21 Portman Square, Home House Private Member's Club offers its affiliates the dramatic fusion of the old and the new. Designed by James Wyatt in 1773 with Robert Adam interiors, the elegance and grandeur of the Club is perfectly juxtaposed with cutting-edge minimalist interiors at ‘21' with an edgy bar and reception area, designed by internationally renowned architect, Zaha Hadid and finished in sumptuous detail by the celebrated Candy & Candy team. Home House is unique, bringing together people from all cultures in a vibrant melting pot, where members come to the House to meet friends, do business and relax. The House offers members a community; a hub from which to base both their social and professional lives. Welcome Home.



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Home House News

2022-04-20 - Home that sold for $805K comes with stranger living in basement

The Fairfax, Virginia, home received five all-cash offers and sold in less than a week, according to the listing agent. A house in Fairfax,...

2022-04-20 - New home selling for over $500,000 near Nationwide Children's Hospital. Are more to come?

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2022-04-20 - Another housing bubble? ‘We’re skating close to one,’ says Realtor.com economist

There's a growing chorus of economists speculating that if home price growth doesn't abate soon, the housing market could eventually overheat.

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