Keller Williams Realty's Newest Group Is Chattanooga Property Shop

Friday, September 13, 2013
Diane Patty, Lisa Brown and Carmen Patty are Chattanooga Property Shop
Diane Patty, Lisa Brown and Carmen Patty are Chattanooga Property Shop

Chattanooga Property Shop, Keller Williams Realty’s newest group, features two lead agents, Diane Patty and Lisa Brown who combine experience and knowledge of the Chattanooga and north Georgia that only comes from being locals. Also included are Buyer Dedicated Specialist, Carmen Patty and Executive Assistant and Technological Guru, Tanya Swann.  

Chattanooga Property Shop is taking a fresh approach to selling real estate combining technology and customer service to cater to each unique client’s needs. Chattanooga Property Shop will market a home in every way possible using innovative technologies, market research and business strategies that will help get top dollar with peace of mind, said officials.

Today, 91 percent of all shoppers use the internet in their home search. Chattanooga Property Shop utilizes social media, internet marketing and their own website (www.Chattanoogapropertyshop.com). Local and relocation clients are dedicated readers of the company's weekly blog (blog.chattanoogahomessale.com) featuring not only real estate news and reviews but all things Chattanooga.  

Ms. Patty and Ms. Brown have a proven track record with Keller Williams Realty as tough negotiators and knowledgeable agents, officials said. Ms. Carmen Patty, a recent graduate of GPS and Southern Methodist University, brings energy to assist buyers in their process. Whether listing a home or looking for a place to start a business, Chattanooga Property Shop is a one stop shop for all things real estate. 

Contact: 
Chattanooga Property Shop
Keller Williams Realty
202 Manufacturers 
Chattanooga, TN 37405
www.chattanoogapropertyshop.com

Lisa Brown: 432-2100 
lisa@chattanoogapropertyshop.com

Diane Patty: 504-5006 
diane@chattanoogapropertyshop.com

Carmen: 619-3202
carmen@chattanoogapropertyshop.com

Tanya Swann: 505-3989
tanya@chattanoogapropertyshop.com



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