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CONTRIBUTED Matt Curtis Real Estate celebrates distinction as one of America’s top 1,000 real estate professional teams.

REAL Trends names Matt Curtis Real Estate one of America’s top real estate teams

MADISON—Matt Curtis Real Estate Inc. has been named one of America’s top real estate professional real estate teams by REAL Trends, as advertised in “The Wall Street Journal.”

The Matt Curtis Real Estate team is now a member of The Thousand Top Real Estate Professionals, a prestigious national award ranking sponsored annually by REAL Trends. Matt Curtis Real Estate Inc. is ranked in the top 0.5 percent of the more than 1.3 million Realtors nationwide.

The Thousand real estate professionals were announced June 29, with four separate categories – individual professionals by volume, individual professionals by transaction sides, team professionals by volume and team professionals by transaction sides – honoring the top 250 residential agents and agent teams in each category.

According to The Thousand, Matt Curtis Real Estate Inc. had 627 transactions, ranking the team as 50th in the nation.

“The best individual agents and teams – including Matt Curtis Real Estate’s award-winning efforts – were nothing short of phenomenal, considering the challenges in today’s complex housing market,” said Steve Murray, founder of REAL Trends, a Denver-based consulting, publishing and communications company. “Being a member of The Thousand is an incredible achievement in today’s increasingly competitive environment. This elite group of sales associates brings together innovative marketing solutions that combine cutting-edge technology with best-in-class customer service to consistently exceed their clients’ expectations.”

“The Matt Curtis Real Estate team’s success put them in the top 1 percent of more than 1.3 million Realtors nationwide,” said Luke Bahrenburg, vice president of real estate advertising at Dow Jones, publisher of “The Wall Street Journal.”

Curtis said he is “so excited for our team to have climbed the national rankings up to No. 50 after only our second year on the list and our sixth year as operating as a team.”

“This shows the value of teamwork and that team stands for ‘together everyone achieves more,’” said Curtis. “We have amazing momentum as we continue to grow at approximately 50 percent growth rates, as we have for the past two years. The best is definitely yet to come as we keep building the systems and leadership of our team, to continue to grow rapidly over the next decade and continue to make North Alabama proud.”                                                                                       

 

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