Houwzer's 2017 Year in Review: The Beginning of a New Real Estate Industry

Posted on Jan 12, 2018


What a wild year it has been! We've grown rapidly (now over 50 employees!) and we've learned so much. As excited as we are for what lies ahead, we think it's important to take a second and reflect on what our team has accomplished so far. So, how did we do this year? Here's a look back at our journey through 2017, the people we were able to help, and the numbers we were able to hit. 

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