Teresa Clegg And Mike Machaskee Join ALC At Keller Williams Hixson

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Teresa Clegg and Mike Machaskee have been appointed to the Agent Leadership Council at Keller Williams Hixson office. 

“We are delighted to have Teresa and Mike join our Agent Leadership Council,” says Jay Craig, team leader for Keller Williams East Brainerd and Hixson offices. Keller Williams offers top producers the opportunity to serve on the Agent Leadership Council, giving the chance of direct input to Keller Williams operations. “We know that Teresa and Mike will be a great fit and that our associates will truly benefit from Teresa joining us,” said Mr. Craig. 

“My family and I have lived in Chattanooga over 26 years,” said Ms. Clegg. "As well as serve on Keller Williams Culture Committee and Agent Leadership Council, I am a member at Hixson United Methodist Church, Wesley Class Sunday School, Scenic City Women’s Network, and Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute serving on their Networking Committee. I am also a proud supporter of Habitat for Humanity, Boy Scouts of America, St. Jude and PINK benefiting Mary Ellen Locher Breast Center. I earned Rising Star Award my first year in real estate and am now a multi-million dollar producer and have been for four out of my five years licensed. Being married to a licensed general contractor with over 19 years experience, I have gained invaluable knowledge of the housing market and latest trends which gives me the capability to provide my clients with the best information on their specific areas of interest. 

“I chose to be a member of the Keller Williams team because of their reputation for integrity and agent-centric business model.  I am continuously updated on the latest innovative training and leading edge technology to provide my clients with the best service possible. I can assist you in finding the right property while also insuring that you pay the appropriate price. Understanding that every question is important, I keep an open line of communication with my clients, taking care to address any concerns, and am there with you every step of the way. Now, as a member of the Agent Leadership Council, I will be able to grow and serve my clients even better.”   

Mr. Machaskee graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Bowling Green State University in 1988 and earned an MBA from Cleveland State University in 2001.  He is from Cleveland, Ohio where all of his family live currently and moved to Chattanooga in January 2002 to run The Chattanooga Times Free Press Classified Advertising Department.  Mr. Machaskee started his real estate career at Rarity Communities in 2007 before moving in to general real estate in 2009.  He is active in a number of groups and charities including the Kiwanis Club of Brainerd and Wounded Warrior. 

“Clients can expect rapid responses to their needs as well as a strict focus on the financial implications of any property they are planning to buy, sell or hold,” said Mr. Machaskee. 

Ms. Clegg and Mr. Machaskee can be reached at Keller Williams, located at 1007 Ashland Terrace, Suite 102, Chattanooga, TN 37412, (423)664-1700 or  teresaclegg@comcast.net and MikeMachaskee@yahoo.com. 




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