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.

Wells Joins Pointe General Contractors As Engineering Manager

Dale Ann Wells has joined Pointe General Contractors as Engineering Manager, according to an announcement by Jason Medeiros, Vice President and General Manager.    “We are pleased to have Dale join our team”, Mr. Medeiros said.  “Her long- time involvement in Chattanooga’s design community and her extensive knowledge of site development are among the many reasons ... (click for more)

Public Meeting For Proposed Neighborhood In East Brainerd Set For Monday

Skyfall developer Rick Harris announced that he is hosting an open house for members of the Ooltewah community to learn more about the Skyfall neighborhood proposed for the 2600 block Ooltewah Ringgold Road. The meeting is set for Monday, at 6:30 p.m. at West View Elementary.  If approved by the Hamilton County Commission at its March 18 meeting, Skyfall will ... (click for more)

FCC Votes 3-2 To Approve EPB's Request To Expand Its Broadband Offerings

The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 on Thursday to allow EPB to expand its broadband offerings to neighboring communities. Chairman Tom Wheeler and two other Democrats were in favor, while the two Republican members said the agency was acting illegally in overriding state law. EPB's phone, Internet and TV offerings have been far more successful than expected and ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Schools, UTC To Close Friday; Other Closings Announced

Due to remaining snow on some of the roadways and the potential for black ice overnight and into the morning, Hamilton County Schools will be closed on  Friday . School Age Child Care will also be closed. Employees who accrue vacation will report by  10 a.m.  and maintenance employees will report on regular schedule.  All classes are being ... (click for more)

Rep. Holt: Republicans And Democrats Join Forces To Outlaw Traffic Cameras

Newly elected Senator Lee Harris (D-Memphis) and I would seem like total polar opposites politically. He's from the big city of Memphis; I'm from a small town in rural Tennessee; He's a Democrat, I'm a Republican; He's black, I'm white; He's in the Senate, I'm in the House. Unfortunately, many would draw a seemingly logical conclusion that we don't like each other-- that we would ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: They Are Americans, Too

Roger Dean Kiser is something of a legend. Aside from being one of the best story-tellers I know of – I’ve read his works for years – the fact he came upon it honest, like Chattanooga’s Roger Allan Wade, makes him kind of special. Again, I’ve followed him for a long time. By the time he was four, he had been abandoned by parents and grandparents alike. The state of Florida placed ... (click for more)