HomeSmart Included in Inc. 5000 for 11th Consecutive Year

The revolutionary real estate enterprise is once again recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — August 16, 2023 — HomeSmart has been ranked as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the country by Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list, making it the eleventh consecutive year the company has been recognized with this designation.

Released annually, this prestigious list highlights companies across the country that have seen impressive scalability and profitability. Honored alongside the fastest-growing companies spanning all industries, the tech-powered real estate company continues to see growth across all markets ranking no. 4,939 on the list after seeing a three-year growth rate of 76 percent.

“Despite the challenges of the market, we have stayed true to our vision – creating a smarter way to do real estate and giving agents and their clients a clear path towards success,” said HomeSmart CEO and Founder Matt Widdows. “Our dedication to the evolution of our industry has paid off and we’re honored to be recognized as one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. for over a decade.”

HomeSmart has perfected a tried and tested combination of agent-focused offerings including cutting-edge proprietary technology, in-depth training and hands-on support — all backed by the company’s 100%-commission model — that provide a solid foundation for agents to take control of their business. Crediting a holistic approach to real estate for the company’s growth, HomeSmart believes that an agent-first mindset will continue to fuel further expansion of the brand. Besides being one of the fastest-growing real estate brokerage companies in the nation, HomeSmart offers the complete experience for the agent and the buyer, including mortgage and title services, for a seamless, white-glove level of service you can’t find anywhere else.

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