Keller Williams Chattanooga Named One Of Top Residential Real Estate Brokerages In America

Friday, June 30, 2017

Keller Williams Chattanooga is one of the top ranked real estate brokerages in the nation according to the 2017 REAL Trends 500, an independently verified compilation of the nation’s leading residential real estate companies. Ranking above all other firms in town for the second year in a row, KW Chattanooga ranked #94 in number of transaction sides closed and #184 in volume sold across all of America. 

KW Chattanooga includes the offices of Greater Downtown, East Brainerd, Hixson, Ooltewah and Fort Oglethorpe. In 2016, KW Chattanooga placed #132 and #227 in transaction sides and volume respectively.  

The REAL Trend 500 highlights the success of real estate brokerages, agents and teams each year. Two local teams of KW Greater Downtown office, Mark Hite Team and Charlotte Mabry Team, were also recognized in the top 200 of teams across the nation by number of transactions, placing #113 and #173. 

“Keller Williams has been recognized as #1 Top Training Organization by Training Magazine Inc. in 2015 and again in 2017,” said Nathan Brown, CEO/team leader of Keller Williams Greater Downtown Realty. “Our training mentality, company-wide and across Chattanooga, gives our agents the tools and the confidence to succeed in their business. The Downtown Keller Williams office is the number one office in our region in terms of monthly productivity.”

The Keller Williams Realty mission is to build careers worth having, businesses worth owning, lives worth living, experiences worth giving and legacies worth leaving.  If you are interested in a career in real estate or have a real estate need please visit or call 664-1900 for more information. 

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