Joan Rose Named Coldwell Banker Pryor Realty's Rising Star Of The Year For 2017

Thursday, April 19, 2018
Joan Rose
Joan Rose

Joan Rose, a local affiliate broker with Coldwell Banker Pryor Realty, was recognized as Coldwell Banker Pryor Realty’s Rising Star of the Year and Multi-Million Dollar Producer for 2017. The award was presented at the annual Coldwell Banker Awards Ceremony held at Springhill Suites in downtown Chattanooga.

Ms. Rose, an Ooltewah resident, transitioned into real estate in late 2016 from a successful marketing career in banking.

Peggy Pryor, president of Coldwell Banker Pryor Realty, Inc. said, “Joan’s positive attitude, meticulous attention to detail, her experience and knowledge in marketing, her commitment to continuing education, and her devotion to the service and care of her clients are only a few of the reasons she excels in the highly competitive real estate industry.”

“Buying or selling a home can be a stressful experience; but it can also be rewarding and exciting,” Ms. Rose said.  “It is my goal to make the process an enjoyable and beneficial one for my clients.”

Ms. Rose is a graduate of Leadership Chattanooga, a member of the Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute, and serves on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement.  She volunteers in various roles with the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce, the Salvation Army, Greater Chattanooga Realtors, and St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church.

Ms. Rose chose the Coldwell Banker Brand because of its global reach with 3,000 offices in 47 countries and territories including the United States and Canada. Pryor Realty, Inc. is at 2125 Hickory Valley Road, Chattanooga and has been an independently owned and operated affiliate of the Coldwell Banker System since 1985. Coldwell Banker Pryor Realty can be reached at 423 894-6762.



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