Affiliate Broker Brandy Hines Joins Crye-Leike Chattanooga

Monday, April 23, 2018
Brandy Hines
Brandy Hines

Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Brandy Hines is now affiliated with Crye­Leike Real Estate Service's Downtown Chattanooga branch office as a licensed realtor. Ms. Hines will serve the residential real estate needs of buyers and sellers in and around Chattanooga and the Cleveland area.

Ms. Hines is a University of Tennessee graduate and a member of the National Association of Realtors. Prior to her career in real estate, Ms. Hines spent 10 years as a stay-at-home mother taking care of her two children. “Making the decision to put my career on hold was not easy but being a mother is a very challenging and rewarding job,” said Ms.

Hines. “I have learned how to multi-task a number of projects and organization is key. Working in real estate has allowed me to transfer those organizational and multi-tasking skills to help my clients with all of their home buying and selling needs.”

Crye­Leike Real Estate Services, the nation's third-largest independent residential real estate brokerage firm, is the largest in Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi and the Mid­South. Its Downtown Chattanooga branch office is one of seven branch offices located in Southeast Tennessee available to serve buyers and sellers with their real estate needs.

Realtor Brandy Hines may be reached at (423) 364-1553 or brandy.hines@crye-leike.com.



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