Fletcher Bright Realty Revitalizes Downtown Office Space

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Fletcher Bright Realty has announced that it is poised to open a completely updated residential office space in its Market Court building at 537 Market Street in the heart of downtown Chattanooga.

“We are very excited, and expect to generate more energy in the local real estate marketplace by this renovation,” said John Martin, Fletcher Bright Realty’s broker. “Downtown Chattanooga is a vibrant and expanding market, and we feel a combined enthusiasm from all our agents to be in the center of this activity.

 

“Our new space will seamlessly mesh with the shift that is taking place in residential real estate office practices and will provide our agents with a more modern, efficient workspace,” he said.

He added that Fletcher Bright plans to grow through the coming years by providing their agents and clients with a higher level of service, and they are actively seeking new agents to expand their company alongside the improving local and national economy. 

Founded in 1927, Fletcher Bright Realty is one of Chattanooga’s oldest and most respected residential and commercial real estate firms. It serves the Chattanooga, North Georgia and surrounding markets, and offer a full range of buyer, seller and relocation services. For over 87 years, Fletcher Bright Realty has earned its reputation by meeting the needs of their clients fairly, professionally and ethically.

 


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