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Matt Curtis Real Estate named top real estate team in Alabama for fourth consecutive year

By STAFF REPORTS

HUNTSVILLE – Huntsville-based Matt Curtis Real Estate has been named the #1 Real Estate Team in Alabama for the fourth consecutive year. The prestigious honor comes from “RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand”, an annual, national ranking program presented by RealTrends and Tom Ferry International. It identifies and celebrates the country’s most successful brokerages, teams and agents.

Each year, “RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand” compiles and verifies transaction sides and closed sales volume to determine the top performers nationwide. The Thousand places Matt Curtis Real Estate in the top .05% of more than 1.6 million licensed Realtors nationwide.

Matt Curtis Real Estate also secured a national ranking of #64 in the mega team category. “This recognition highlights the team’s exceptional dedication, expertise, and commitment to delivering outstanding results for their clients,” a press release announcing the ranking stated. “Matt Curtis Real Estate’s consistent success is a testament to their unwavering focus on providing exceptional service, industry-leading knowledge and innovative marketing strategies.”

“We are honored to be named the #1 Real Estate Team in Alabama for the fourth consecutive year,” said Matt Curtis, Founder and CEO of Matt Curtis Real Estate. “Whom you hire matters, and we are so thankful to our clients and the community of Huntsville for giving us the opportunity to provide them with 5-star real estate service.”

To learn more about Matt Curtis Real Estate, please visit www.mattcurtisrealestate.com.

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