Jeremy Callahan Joins Keller Williams Realty

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Jeremy Callahan has joined Keller Williams Realty in downtown Chattanooga as its newest real estate agent.  

Mr. Callahan is a native Chattanoogan and graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he majored in communication and marketing. "With eight years of experience in the industry, he has consistently been a multi-million-dollar producing agent who now leads a growing team," officials said.  

Mr. Callahan said he attributes his success in the industry to an extensive marketing strategy that utilizes the latest real estate technology, and also what he calls a return to good old-fashioned customer service. 

Nathan Brown, CEO of Keller Williams Realty in Downtown Chattanooga said, “Jeremy has a firm grip on what it takes to succeed in this industry, and we’re excited to have him join us and work together to further his success.”

Mr. Callahan notes that it was the excellent business systems, models for training agents, and improving customer service that ultimately prompted him to join Keller Williams Realty.
“I’m so thankful for the many families that have trusted us over the years, and I’m excited for the incredible opportunity to have an even greater impact and offer higher levels of service to the clients we’re privileged to serve in the Chattanooga area.  Keller Williams is a company committed to excellence through leadership training and business development, and I’m proud to be on board.”

Mr. Callahan may be reached at 423-800-2180. Keller Williams Realty is located at 202 Manufacturer’s Road in downtown Chattanooga.



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