Judy Anderson Joins Ooltewah Office Of Crye-Leike

Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Judy Anderson
Judy Anderson

Judy Anderson has joined the Ooltewah office of Crye-Leike, Realtors.

She recently relocated from Florida and joins the company in the office located at 5913 Main Street, Suite 107.

“I joined Crye-Leike after researching many other local real estate firms,” said Ms. Anderson “I even considered opening up my own real estate firm, but when I checked into Crye-Leike’s reputation and proven results the decision was made.”

She comes to Crye-Leike from Sunbelt Realty Services, Inc. in Orlando. She was a licensed broker with the firm for 10 years, and was in fact the “realtor of choice” for one of the largest employers in the area.

“I know what it takes to get a home sold in this market,” said Ms.

Anderson. “I’m not afraid to be truthful with a potential seller or buyer.”

She is a licensed realtor in Tennessee and Florida, assisting buyers and sellers in and around Hamilton and Bradley counties. She specializes in all types of residential real estate sales with a focus on relocation, investment properties and foreclosures.

“I am happy to do anything I can to help make the entire buying or selling process go as smoothly as possible for my customers,” said Ms. Anderson. “I believe in going above and beyond what is normally expected from a real estate agent – from answering calls at all hours, meeting customers according to their schedule and even offer pet-sitting if needed during the transition.”

She is an Accredited Buyers Agent (ABR), Graduate, REALTOR Institute (GRI), member of the Chattanooga Association of Realtors (CAR) and National Association of Realtors (NAR).

“I love being involved in real estate,” she said. “I get tremendous satisfaction when I am able to help someone find just the right house, or find a buyer for someone who’s been trying to get their house sold for a while.”

She and her husband, Perry, live in Cleveland, Tn., and have three children: Dylan (9), Mindi (11) and Aubree (13). She enjoys camping with her family, hiking through the woods and helping with kids’ programs at church. She is a member of the Bowman Hills SDA Church in Cleveland.

“I am happy to be part of the best real estate firm in the region,” said Ms. Anderson. I’m looking forward to adding to their success.”

Judy Anderson can be reached by phone at 423-443-5808, email: judy.anderson@crye-leike.com.


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