Crye-Leike Names Top Producers For Chattanooga

Thursday, February 8, 2018
Broker Jack Webb with Crye-Leike CEO & Co-Founder Harold Crye
Broker Jack Webb with Crye-Leike CEO & Co-Founder Harold Crye

Officials for Crye-Leike announced Chattanooga region Top Producer, Vice President and Broker Jack Webb of Crye-Leike Downtown Chattanooga and top Real Estate team, Affiliate Brokers Jannis and Tim Sams of Crye-Leike Cleveland.

To be named a top producer or top producing team in one of Crye-Leike’s nine-state regions individual(s) must have earned the highest sales volume for that year. Webb and the Jannis Sams team were both recently honored at Crye-Leike’s Chattanooga Kick-Off meeting in January. “We are very proud of the dedication and commitment seen by our top producers,” said Harold Crye, CEO and Co-founder of Crye-Leike Real Estate Services. “2017 was a record-breaking year for the company and would not have been possible without their hard-work and drive.”

Chattanooga Top Producer, Jack Webb, is both a Circle of Excellence Vice President and licensed Broker with over 30 years of real estate experience. Serving the counties of Hamilton, Bradley, Walker, Dade and Catoosa, he specializes in residential, land, commercial and investment properties. “I am very thankful to be recognized as a top producer and number one agent out of the Chattanooga-Metro area,” said Mr. Webb. “I have always enjoyed working with home buyers and sellers to meet all of their real estate needs and feel very fortunate to work with a company like Crye-Leike that continues to maintain their number one position in real estate here in the Mid-South.”

Mr. Webb is a graduate of REALTOR®, Institute (GRI), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Real Estate Broker Manager (CRB). He is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), the Tennessee Association of REALTORS® (TAR), and the Greater Chattanooga Association of REALTORS® (GCAR).

Making up the top producing team for the Chattanooga region are Affiliate Brokers Jannis and Tim Sams of Crye-Leike’s Cleveland branch. This husband and wife duo has over 22 years of real estate experience, specializing in residential, relocation, move-up and first-time home buyers. Serving the counties of home-buyers and sellers in Bradley, Hamilton, Polk, Meigs, and McMinn. Both Jannis and Tim Sams are members of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), River Counties Association of REALTORS® (RCAR), and the Greater Chattanooga Association of REALTORS® (GCAR).

“We were very excited to be recognized as the top producing real estate team in our region,” said Ms. Sams, graduate of REALTOR®, Institute (GRI) and e-Pro® certified. “We have always been committed to our clients. Our focus is to maintain communication and let them know we are always accessible for any questions or concerns.” The Jannis Sams Team credits much of their success by utilizing the latest marketing and social media strategies to gain maximum exposure.

For further information about real estate in and around Downtown Chattanooga, contact Broker Jack Webb at 423 421-1645, or by email at jackwebb@crye-leike.com.

For further information about real estate in and around Cleveland, contact the Jannis Sams Team at (423)503-2945, or by email atjannis.sams@realtor.com. You may check out their website at https://jannissams.crye-leike.com/.

Crye-Leike CEO & Co-Founder Harold Crye with Realtors Jannis and Tim Sams
Crye-Leike CEO & Co-Founder Harold Crye with Realtors Jannis and Tim Sams


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