Since being established in 2013, Smart City has evolved from a top-tier locating service in Dallas to pioneering the next level of locating and realty services in eight cities across the nation.
As a company, we’re motivated by the shared goal of becoming the most trusted, referred, and utilized resource for renters. We believe that professionalism is doing what you say you’re going to do. We pride ourselves on teamwork, and we live for helping others. We get excited when faced with a tough challenge and go the extra mile to achieve our goals. We believe in quick communication, accessibility, transparency, and having fun while putting in good old fashioned hard work. We go above and beyond, we hyper-personalize, and we make friends, not clients. If that sounds like something you can get behind, we're pumped to meet you!
Smart City lives by the HONOR system:
Honor Bound – We do what we say we’re going to do, and we don’t need to wear a suit and tie to do it.
Overachievers – We always go the extra mile.
Never Settle – We are constantly striving for growth, both personally and professionally.
Optimistic – We are a genuine force of positivity, not like rainbows and butterflies, but like, life is good.
Real People – We treat everyone like friends, and we’re real human beings who make mistakes sometimes. Let’s learn from it and move forward.
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“ When I think about my journey with real estate, it blows my mind that this is what I am doing today. Fresh out of school, I was working a 9-to-5 job… I was so exhausted, mentally and physically drained, and just knew I needed something different. ”
“ Smart City has not only allowed me to excel in my career but has also introduced me to really amazing team members that have made my journey here so special. The experience gained and opportunities presented in the start-up world are invaluable. ”
“ The day I walked into the first Smart City office to interview for the Agent role, I was shocked. I had never been part of a group that celebrated who I truly was. ”