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Real Matters Celebrates Significant Milestone

On May 11, Real Matters directors, key stakeholders, and supporters gathered to ring the opening bell of the Toronto Stock Exchange, marking a milestone for the company.

Now listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), Real Matters, a network services provider for the mortgage lending and insurance industries, may now trade on the TSX under the symbol REAL.

Established in 2004, Real Matters has offices New York, Rhode Island, Ohio, and Ontario. The company owns Solidifi, an independent provider of residential real estate appraisals to the mortgage market, and Linear Title & Closing, an independent provider of title and mortgage closing services. Real Matters also serves the property and casualty insurance industry through the iv3 brand, which provides nation-wide commercial and residential inspection services.

“We’re thrilled to be celebrating this important milestone on our journey and sharing it with those who have supported our growth over the years,” said Jason Smith, Real Matters CEO. “We have spent the past decade building this business to what it is today. From day one, we have had a firm commitment to building long-term value. This is fundamental to how we run our business and how we measure our success. Our listing on the TSX is but a beginning to what I see as continued growth and success for Real Matters.”

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