Matt Curtis Real Estate has achieved a business milestone of surpassing the sale of 7,000 homes in the real estate market in North Alabama. CONTRIBUTED

Matt Curtis Real Estate surpasses 7,000 home sales in North Alabama

HUNTSVILLE – Matt Curtis Real Estate has announced the significant achievement of surpassing 7,000 homes sold in the North Alabama real estate market.

With a reputation for innovation and providing 5-star service, Matt Curtis Real Estate consistently has demonstrated exceptional performance in the real estate market. The milestone for 7,000 homes sold reflects the team’s dedication to providing top-notch service and expertise to clients throughout the Huntsville area.

Matt Curtis, Founder and CEO of Matt Curtis Real Estate, expressed his gratitude, stating, “Reaching 7,000 homes sold is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our incredible team. We are honored to have played a role in helping so many individuals and families buy and sell homes. This milestone represents our clients’ trust in us over the years.”

The achievement comes after Matt Curtis Real Estate’s recognition as the no. 1 Real Estate Team in Alabama for the fourth consecutive year, as highlighted by the RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand ranking program.

Matt Curtis Real Estate believes “to whom much is given, much is expected,” which is why they are committed to philanthropy both on the local and global level. In 2023, the Kids to Love Foundation’s Child Placing Agency broke ground on the Curtis Cares Center, a new facility made possible by a $250,000 donation from Matt Curtis Real Estate. They have also built 141 homes for families in Nicaragua as part of their vision to build 1,000 homes.

As Matt Curtis Real Estate celebrates this remarkable milestone, they look forward to continuing their legacy of excellence in real estate services and positively impacting the communities they serve.

For more information, call 256-270-9393, or visit MattCurtisRealEstate.com.

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Digital version of The Madison Record – Feb. 28, 2024

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