Charlie, Nathan Walldorf Join The Group On The Southside

Monday, March 5, 2018
The Group Real Estate Brokerage announced that Charlie and Nathan Walldorf are joining the agency.
 
Herman Walldorf founded Herman Walldorf and Company in 1926.
In 2011, Charlie and brother Rudy separated the commercial and residential sides of their business into two separate firms -- Herman Walldorf & Co. Realtors, Inc. and Herman Walldorf Commercial, Inc. Rudy Walldorf will continue to operate Herman Walldorf Commercial, Inc.
 
We are thrilled to have Charlie and Nathan Walldorf join our team,” said Jason Farmer, principal broker and co-owner of The Group Real Estate Brokerage.   “Their institutional knowledge coupled with their talent and customer focused values will be valuable additions to The Group.”

Charlie Walldorf said, “My father taught me to always operate under ‘the Golden Rule’ and that is how my son (Nathan) and I have conducted business over the years. The Group shares these values and that’s why we feel it’s a perfect fit.”
 
Nathan Walldorf said, “With The Group’s extensive technology platforms, service packages, and unique approach, my father and I are confident that we will be in a better position to focus directly on our clients’ needs.”
 
Rudy Walldorf said, “While I’m sorry to see Charlie and Nathan leave the physical location which we have shared all of our respective careers, I am very happy that they choose to affiliate with Jason Farmer and Kadi Brown. Residential and commercial real estate brokerages are totally different specialties. The fact was a major reason for my forming Herman Walldorf Commercial, Inc. several years ago.  I’m sure Charlie and Nathan will continue to provide their clients with superior service with The Group.
 
The Group Real Estate Brokerage opened its doors in 2017 in Chattanooga’s Southside. 

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