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Million Dollar Listing’s Josh Altman Joins Matt Proman to Launch BidMyListing

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Million Dollar Listing’s Josh Altman has recently partnered with entrepreneur Matt Proman’s new real estate venture,, putting the power of his name behind the brand.

Josh ranks in the top 1% of real estate agents in the world, with over $4.5 billion of real estate property sold behind his name. Along with his brother Matt, The Altman Brothers Team has had their share of the spotlight as one of the most successful real estate brokers in Los Angeles.

Working on and off-screen, Josh has expressed a passion for teaching select real estate agents how to become the best in the business, and he brings that level of dedication with him to this brand new company.

BidMyListing’s Founding 

Entrepreneur and philanthropist Matt Proman has been reading the pulse of the consumer market in business for years. He has founded multiple organizations, including the National Association of Professional Women in 2008, helping it grow to become one of the most recognized business networking groups in the United States.

Following his tenure as the Chief Operating Officer and Board Member for the Professional Diversity Network, where he worked to advance the professional success and empower underserved communities until 2016, Proman had an experience that convinced him it was time to expand into another marketplace: the real estate industry.

It all started when he was in the process of selling his own home. He encountered a problem that many homeowners may recognize—feeling stuck with a real estate agent who ended up wasting six months of his time. Finding the right real estate agent can be a laborious and exhausting process for homeowners, and Proman knew there had to be a better way.

In 2019 he found the solution:, a real estate company that connects eager homeowners and motivated agents through a unique auction platform, saving time and money for both.

A Successful Partnership 

Since 2020, Josh Altman has brought his TV-worthy real estate expertise to Combined with Proman’s business acumen and’s commitment to highlighting the homeowner’s perspective, their partnership promises to connect homeowners with the agents most motivated to do the work of selling their homes.’s site benefits homeowners and real estate agents alike, making the process of finding dedicated agents easier for potential sellers. It’s just what it sounds like – the agents bid on the seller’s listing, immediately putting money in the seller’s pocket and instilling confidence in the agent and their dedication to selling their property. In other words, as Matt Proman says, “Homeowners get paid for their listing and sell their homes fast, while real estate agents stop buying leads and start buying listings.” Having the process take place online makes it especially appealing to those who are concerned about safety when engaging with strangers during a pandemic.  While 2020 has been a challenging year for most industries, Matt and Josh both believe that now is a better time than ever to sell one’s home. Far from struggling to make a sale, Josh sold a career-high $585 million in residential sales last year, so it’s safe to say that this could be the start of a beautiful partnership.

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