Crye-Leike Realtor Diana Seavey Earns Commitment To Excellence Endorsement

Thursday, January 23, 2020
Diana Seavey
Diana Seavey

Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announced that Realtor Diana Seavey earned the Commitment to Excellence (C2EX) endorsement from the National Association of Realtors (NAR). The endorsement is earned through a self-directed program that enables real estate professionals to assess and build on their competency in specific core areas of real estate practice.

 

“Earning the Commitment to Excellence endorsement is a true accomplishment and an affirmation to consumers that you stand for ethics and professionalism in your work,” said 2019 NAR President John Smaby.

“A C2EX endorsement offers consumers the ease of mind that they have a skilled advisor, committed to conducting business at the highest standard, helping them through what may be the largest purchase or sale in their life.”

 

Ms. Seavey, affiliated with Crye-Leike’s Ooltewah branch office since 2008, has been in the real estate industry for almost 17 years. Licensed in Tennessee and Georgia, Ms. Seavey is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Georgia Association of Realtors, the Tennessee Association of Realtors and other local associations. Her new C2EX endorsement will accompany her E-Pro Certification and the Graduate, Realtors Institute (GRI) designation, both received through NAR, and the Social Networking Professional (SNP) designation earned through Crye-Leike. Ms. Seavey is proud of her new endorsement and hopes that her advanced real estate knowledge will provide maximum benefits for her clients.

 

“I’m excited to have earned the C2EX, as I believe it will allow me to be a better advocate for our professional and ethical standards in this industry,” said Ms. Seavey. “This proves that I am committed to my business, to this industry, and most importantly, to my clients. The knowledge and tools that the C2EX endorsement has provided me with will benefit my clients in every aspect of real estate.”

 

For more information regarding real estate in and around Ooltewah, visit the branch office, at 5913 Main Street, Suite 107, or visit the Crye-Leike website at www.crye-leike.com. Realtor Diana Seavey may be reached at (423) 595-1907, or via email at diana.seavey@crye-leike.com.


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