For the fifth consecutive year, Matt Curtis Real Estate, a leading residential real estate team based in Huntsville, has reached the distinction of “#1 Real Estate Team in Alabama.” In the photo, Curtis, at left, visits a young family who worked with his office to purchase the home. CONTRIBUTED

For fifth year, Matt Curtis Real Estate named ‘#1 Real Estate Team in Alabama’

HUNTSVILLE – Matt Curtis Real Estate, a leading residential real estate team based in Huntsville, is humbled to announce its recognition as the “#1 Real Estate Team in Alabama” for the fifth consecutive year.

This distinguished accolade was awarded to Matt Curtis Real Estate as part of the “RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand” ranking program, a national initiative that identifies and celebrates the country’s most successful brokerages, teams and agents. In addition to this remarkable achievement, Matt Curtis Real Estate secured a national ranking of #62 in the Mega Team category, which is the category of largest real estate teams in the nation.

“We are honored to be named the #1 Real Estate Team in Alabama for the fifth consecutive year,” Matt Curtis, Founder and Owner of Matt Curtis Real Estate, said. “Who 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 five-star real estate service. We truly have the top team of agents and admin staff in the entire state of Alabama and one of the top teams across the United States.”

“We’re not satisfied with this success and look forward to continued growth in the coming years,” Curtis said.

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

About RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand:

RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand is an annual ranking program presented by RealTrends and Tom Ferry International. Each year, the program 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 percent of more than 1.6-million licensed Realtors nationwide. The rankings are compiled and verified by RealTrends, a trusted source in the industry, and are prominently featured in “The Wall Street Journal.”

For more information, call 256-270-9393, email info@mattcurtisrealestate.com or visit mattcurtisrealestate.com or Facebook/Matt Curtis Real Estate.

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