Crye-Leike Welcomes Realtor Terry Barnette To Its Cleveland Office

Friday, February 28, 2014
Terry Barnette
Terry Barnette

Crye-Leike announced that Terry Barnette will be joining its Cleveland office.

Prior to joining Crye-Leike, Mr. Barnette worked with Century 21 1st Choice Realtors and he also owned and operated a REMAX franchise from 2006 to 2011.

Mr. Barnette is a licensed realtor in Tennessee assisting buyers and sellers in and around Bradley, Polk, Meigs, Hamilton and McMinn counties. He specializes in residential real estate sales and working with first time homebuyers.

“I have successfully been selling real estate in Bradley County and surrounding areas for 10 years,” said Mr. Barnette. “I love technology and how it has become so beneficial for both me and my real estate clients. I’m excited about how the technology tools at Crye-Leike are going to assist me in marketing properties and representing my clients in a more efficient manner.”

Mr. Barnette is a member of the River Counties Association of Realtors, the Tennessee Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. In order to better serve his clients, he has earned real estate certifications as a licensed broker, as a Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource specialist, as an Accredited Buyer Representative, as an as an e-Pro Internet Marketing specialist and he has also earned the BPOR real estate designation.

Contact Mr. Barnette by phone at 423 463-0024 or by e-mail at terry@terrybarnette.com.

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