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Matt Curtis Real Estate named the top real estate team in Alabama by REAL Trends

HUNTSVILLE – Matt Curtis Real Estate was named the top real estate team in the state of Alabama by REAL Trends on Thursday. Matt Curtis Real Estate closed out 2019 with 1,085 sales, placing them as the top producing team-owned brokerage in Alabama.

More information on the complete list of top real estate teams in Alabama can be found at:
https://www1.realtrends.com/best-real-estate-agents-alabama/teams-owned-sides

Matt Curtis Real Estate has been recognized as the #1 Real Estate Team in Alabama, one of the Top 25 Real Estate Teams in the Nation, one of the Fastest Growing Companies by Inc.5000, a Best Place to Work, a Top Nationally  Ranked Real Estate Website, and numerous other awards.

A press release announcing the honor, says “Matt Curtis Real Estate is a passionate, focused and driven team of real estate specialists committed to providing Alabama with industry-leading customer service. They believe that working together gets them further than working alone and a smile is worth more than any number or metric. Matt Curtis Real Estate is a vision of what real estate can do for other people, when it is done with all you have.”

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