Realtor Danny Weaver Joins Crye-Leike

Friday, May 31, 2019
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Danny Weaver is now associated with Crye-Leike’s Fort Oglethorpe branch office as a licensed realtor.  Mr. Weaver will serve the real estate needs of buyers and sellers in Walker, Catoosa and Hamilton counties. 
 
Mr. Weaver is a member of the National Association of Realtors and worked as a railroad conductor before deciding to jump back into the real estate industry.  Mr. Weaver looks forward to working with Crye-Leike and becoming an asset to the Fort Oglethorpe branch office.
 
“I visited several companies before deciding to join Crye-Leike,” said Mr.
Weaver. “This office by far seemed to have more of a family atmosphere than the other firms I had talked with. I believe I will have more opportunities for success with the support of the marketing department and online learning tools available to me now, and I will be able to provide my clients with the best possible real estate experience.”
 
For more information regarding real estate in and around Fort Oglethorpe, visit the branch office, 69 Crye-Leike Dr. or visit the Crye-Leike website . Mr. Weaver may be reached at 423-421-7829, or via email at danny.weaver@crye-leike.com.

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