Caliber, The Wealth Development Company, a diversified real estate investment firm offering alternative strategies for growing wealth through real estate private equity and creating long-term cash flow, today announced it ranked 2 on Real Estate Forum Magazine’s 2016 U.S. Fastest Growing Mid-Sized Companies.
Caliber’s CEO and co-founder, Chris Loeffler, said “To be recognized as one of the country’s fastest growing commercial real estate companies is validation of our commitment to deliver access to accredited investors seeking direct investment options in hotels, apartments, self-storage, and commercial properties while letting Caliber do the property and asset management work.” He states that the company’s growth success is attributed to a leadership team of locally and nationally recognized entrepreneurs at Caliber including Jennifer Schrader, Roy Bade, Peter Anadranistakis, Leland Harty, Jade Leung, Travis Okamoto, and Zach Fuller.
This national ranking spotlights dynamic, successful firms in commercial real estate achieving exceptional growth over a three-year period in revenue and headcount. Companies were then segmented by size according to annual revenue as heavy hitters ($1 Billion+), large ($101 Million to $999 Million), mid-size ($11 Million to $100 Million) or small (up to $10 Million). Caliber placed second in the mid-size category with a revenue growth of 109% and 105% growth in number of employees. At the end of 2016, Caliber reached $250 Million of assets under management.