Jennifer Catlett Named Crye-Leike 2018 Rookie Of The Year

Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Jennifer Catlett of Crye-Leike Fort Oglethorpe has earned the Crye-Leike 2018 Rookie of the Year award for the Chattanooga region. She is pictured with Crye-Leike CEO and Co-Founder Harold Crye.
Jennifer Catlett of Crye-Leike Fort Oglethorpe has earned the Crye-Leike 2018 Rookie of the Year award for the Chattanooga region. She is pictured with Crye-Leike CEO and Co-Founder Harold Crye.

North Georgia Realtor Jennifer Catlett of Crye-Leike Fort Oglethorpe has earned the Crye-Leike 2018 Rookie of the Year award for the Chattanooga region. To earn this award, Ms. Catlett was the number one agent in sales transactions for new Crye-Leike agents in 2017 within her region.

“As a rookie, this title may mean I am new to Crye-Leike, but I am not new to working hard and striving to be the best,” said Ms. Catlett. “I spent the year of 2017 perfecting my real estate business in all aspects of marketing, advertising, and social media, while constantly educating myself and upholding the standards of a confident and knowledgeable real estate professional.”

A Multi-Million Dollar Producer, she is licensed in both Georgia and Tennessee, and has been serving the real estate needs of home buyers and sellers in and around the Catoosa, Walker, Whitfield, and Hamilton counties. She is a member of both the National Association of Realtors, the Georgia Association of Realtors, and the Greater Chattanooga Association of Realtors. 

Honored at the company’s annual meeting for the Chattanooga region, Ms. Catlett admits the excitement of achieving such success during her first year with Crye-Leike has been a rewarding experience. “Working as a realtor is truly something I love to do, helping my clients and serving my community is what makes all of the hard work worth it,” said Ms. Catlett. “There is nothing else I would rather do and I am grateful for the opportunity to do so.” 

For further information about real estate in and around North Georgia contact Ms. Catlett at 779-7501, or by email at jennifer.catlett@crye-leike.com. You may also check her out at Crye-Leike’s Fort Oglethorpe branch office located at 69 Crye-Leike Dr. Or visit her website at https://jennifercatlett.crye-leike.com/.



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