Fletcher Bright Realty Revitalizes Downtown Office Space

Tuesday, March 04, 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.

 


Realtors See Some Positives In June Sales Figures

Officials of the Chattanooga Association of Realtors said they see some positives in June sales figures. Officials said, "Upon first review of our June residential market statistics, housing seemed to have had a slow start in the spring selling season. But don’t let appearances deceive. As you dig into that spring soil, you begin to unearth differences in individual areas and ... (click for more)

New Homes Begin In Hampton Creek

RiverBirch Homes and Waters-Holland Builders, two award-winning home builders in Tennessee, have recently purchased the remaining residential lots in Hampton Creek from the previous owner, Hampton Creek Investments. The builders are looking to complete the community with beautiful, high-quality homes, while remaining sensitive to a wide array of budgets, said officials. In keeping ... (click for more)

23-Year-Old Stabbed To Death Early Sunday Morning

A man was stabbed to death in Chattanooga early Sunday morning. At approximately 2:48 a.m., Chattanooga Police responded to 2525 6 th  Avenue Court for a person stabbed.  Officers located a 23-year-old suffering from a stab wound to his chest.  The victim was transported to a local hospital where he later died from his injury.  The victim’s information ... (click for more)

Man, 21, Arrested In Hidden Camera Case

An arrest has been made in a case in which a hidden camera was apparently placed in several local restrooms. Chattanooga Police last Sunday, received from a citizen a hidden camera that apparently had been placed by an unknown suspect in the men’s restroom at the Chattanooga Billiards Club downtown.  The footage from the camera was reviewed by Investigators with the ... (click for more)

An Open Letter To Tennesseans

We are incredibly fortunate to live in a state in which companies worldwide are clamoring to establish a presence. Many attribute it to our pro-business culture, well-prepared workforce, low tax environment, right-to-work policies, and engaged citizenry.  That is why the announcement by Volkswagen to build its midsize sports utility vehicle and establish the South’s ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: O’Reilly’s Rant On Race

I don’t really care whether you like Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly but I strongly believe I must share an urgent transcript with you of what he said earlier this week. It’s been talked about on every network and it speaks boldly to the very heart of an American epidemic. Last weekend in Chicago 47 people were shot and five of them died. Black-on-black shootings have gotten ... (click for more)