Realtor Stacey Groover Awarded Certified Residential Specialist Designation

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Stacey Groover
Stacey Groover

Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announced that Realtor Stacey Groover has become a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS). Ms. Groover works out of the Crye-Leike Hixson office at 5870 Highway 153.

 

To earn this recognition, Ms. Groover had to complete advanced professional training and demonstrate outstanding achievement in her professional residential real estate career.

There are only 29,000 realtors who have earned this credential out of 1.2 million realtors nationwide. Having a CRS designation, home buyers and sellers can trust that she is well versed in the latest tactics and technologies to better assist clients in maximizing profits and minimizing costs.

 

“I am proud to have earned the CRS designation,” said Ms. Groover. “This is a reflection of all the years of education, professionalism, and success representing clients during my career in real estate.”

                                                                  

With over nine years experience in real estate, she is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Greater Chattanooga and Tennessee Association of Realtors. In addition to her recent designation, she is also nationally recognized as Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI), awarded by the NAR for completion of a series of comprehensive educational courses for real estate professionals.

 

Ms. Groover serves the real estate needs of home-buyers and sellers in Hamilton County, specializing in residential and first-time home buyers. “I am dedicated to not just being a top real estate agent, but providing the best possible service and care to all of my clients,” she said.

 

For further information about real estate in and around Hamilton County, contact Ms. Groover at (423) 838-8831, or by email at stacey.groover@crye-leike.com.




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