Crye-Leike’s Chattanooga Region Rookie of the Year Award Recipients Announced

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Realtor Chrissy Jones and The Next Gen team, consisting of Affiliate Brokers Sara Poteet and Maria Kissner, received the 2019 Crye-Leike Rookie Agent of the Year and Rookie Team of the Year awards for the Chattanooga region. Ms. Jones and The Next Gen team were the number one agents for sales transactions among new Crye-Leike agents in 2018 within their region. 
 
Ms. Jones is affiliated with Crye-Leike’s Downtown Chattanooga branch office and, within just one year of joining the real estate industry, has become a licensed realtor in Tennessee and Georgia. She is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Greater Chattanooga Association of Realtors. Ms. Jones serves the residential real estate needs of home buyers and sellers in Hamilton County and across state lines to Dade and Walker counties in Georgia. 
 
Recently honored at the company’s annual meeting for the Chattanooga region, Ms. Jones said, “I am so excited to have been the Rookie of the Year for the Chattanooga area, and I am really looking forward to growing my business even more in 2019.”
 
Ms. Poteet and Ms. Kissner, of The Next Gen team, are affiliated with Crye-Leike’s Fort Oglethorpe branch office and are members of NAR, GCAR and the Georgia Association of Realtors.  The duo specializes in residential, first-time home buyers and relocation services in Catoosa, Walker and Hamilton counties. Ms. Poteet and Ms. Kissner are licensed brokers in Tennessee and Georgia, and are multi-million dollar producers as well. The team said they are proud of their accomplishments with Crye-Leike and excited about their future. 

“We are so thankful for all of the people we got to help in 2018 with their home buying and selling experience,” said Ms. Poteet. “Definitely looking forward to what 2019 brings and the new people we will meet.”
 
For more information regarding real estate in and around Chattanooga, visit the Downtown branch office, 1201 Market St. Realtor Chrissy Jones may be reached at 423-313-5095, or via email at chrissy.jones@crye-leike.com. 
 
For more information regarding real estate in and around Fort Oglethorpe, visit the branch office, 69 Crye-Leike Dr. To contact The Next Gen team, call Sara Poteet at 423-987-2501 or Maria Kissner at 423-888-7818. The team may be reached at the emails of sarapoteet88@gmail.com and mariakissner58@gmail.com.
 



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