Agent Ace, which matches agents with consumers based on agents' home sales data, has landed $6 million in funding that could help propel a nationwide expansion effort the company says has catapulted it out of Los Angeles and into 75 major U.S. metros. "We launched last year focused on the Southern California market while quietly building our geographic footprint throughout the United States," said Mazen Fawaz, Agent Ace founder and CEO, in a statement. "It’s exciting to see how the rest of the country is already responding to our service.” Agent Ace's expansion into markets including Washington, D.C., Miami, San Francisco, Chicago and Atlanta may not be music to the ears of real estate professionals who think agents should not be judged by their transaction histories. Laun...
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