• 72°
Matt Curtis Real Estate celebrates wins at Service Business of the Year and one of the INC 5000 fastest-growing companies of the year.

Matt Curtis Real Estate announces recent awards

MADISON—Huntsville Madison County Chamber of Commerce held its Small Business Awards night Aug. 14, and Matt Curtis Real Estate was awarded the Service Business of the Year out of a field of 10 finalists.
The company received the award based on exceptional service given to clients in northern Alabama and volunteerism service of building a home in Nicaragua for every 100 homes sold in the Tennessee Valley.
The Huntsville Madison County Chamber of Commerce serves to foster economic growth in the local community and offers a number of programs to serve local entrepreneurs. This year was the 33rd Annual Small Business Awards, and companies throughout northern Alabama took part. There were 13 award categories.
This is the first year Matt Curtis Real Estate has been awarded Service Business of the Year.
Matt Curtis said he was ecstatic to be sharing the award with his team. “We are honored to represent Huntsville with this prestigious award as the 2018 Service Business of the year,” Curtis said. “As a previous winner of Madison’s Best Overall Business, Home and Living Business of the Year and the Leadership and Service Award, we are honored to have won the top business awards in the two major cities we serve – Huntsville and Madison.”
Curtis became a real estate agent in 2006 and started out in new home sales. In 2010 he opened the doors to Matt Curtis Real Estate Inc. and brought on his first employee in 2012. Since that time, his business has seen tremendous growth, and the company growth has exploded with 252 percent growth over the past three years. The Madison business now has 53 team members and is continuing to grow in size.
Matt Curtis Real Estate was also recently named as one of America’s fastest-growing companies, according to the INC 5000. This year, Matt Curtis Real Estate was ranked No. 1,791 out of 5,000 companies, up from a ranking of 2,342 out of 5000 in August 2017.
The INC 5000 is selected yearly by INC Magazine to rank, privately-held small businesses throughout the United States.
The yearly ranking measures yearly revenue and number of employees, and companies must meet minimum requirements to be selected for the list.

Madison

Rocket City Federal Credit Union establishes the “Detective Josh Moseley Fund” for assistance

Business

Stores, parents gearing up for sales-tax holiday

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

FCA Sports Camps- Faith And Sports

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – July 17, 2024

Madison

Madison Senior Center assists in TARCOG’s ‘Live and Live Well’ launch announcement

Madison

Canine officer, Bear, joins Madison Police force to detect devices, offer therapy

Bob Jones High School

Tosha Swearingen now serving as Rainbow Assistant Principal

James Clemens High School

Holmes accepts Assistant Principal position at Midtown

Madison

Nedjra Russell named Administrator of West Madison Pre-Kindergarten Center

Huntsville

Space & Rocket Center CEO to speak at chamber’s ‘Business Over Breakfast’

Madison

Main Street Alabama presents revitalization potential for downtown Madison

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

Sparkman Grad Picked By Kansas City Royals In Major League Baseball Draft

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

“I’m Meant To Be Here”- Dell Pettus Signs With New England Patriots- Former Sparkman Player Goes Pro

Lifestyles

Get those pumpkins planted: Halloween starts in July

Events

CAFY Back to School event to be held Saturday at Calhoun’s Huntsville campus

Bob Jones High School

Teachers support DIAL Scholarship program at UAH

Events

Joe Davis Stadium to host UNA vs. Jax State collegiate soccer match Aug. 18

Huntsville

UAH announces search for a master developer to enhance college-town experience

Events

Huntsville Parks & Recreation to host inaugural Color Jam Family Fun Run & Walk

Madison

Fernandez named Assistant Coordinator of Accountability and Innovative Programs

Madison

ALEA reports 9 traffic deaths, 3 drownings over July Fourth travel period

Madison

Management institute awards scholarship to Michelle Epling

Madison

Sarah Crouch’s debut novel, ‘Middletide,’ sets whodunnit in Puget Sound

Liberty Middle School

White named Secondary Instructional Technology Specialist

x