Pointe Commercial Real Estate Announces Completed Transaction For 2019 In Excess Of $47 Million

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Pointe Commercial Real Estate has announced their Completed Transactions for 2019.

According the Greater Chattanooga Realtors Commercial Council, PCRE ended the year with transaction volume exceeding $47 million; the highest dollar transaction volume of all local commercial real estate companies listed. 

"These numbers were achieved through the expertise and proven leadership of Russell Elliott, SIOR, CCIM, managing broker and his colleague Jon Hughes, broker," officials said.

"Elliott, individually, achieved the highest transaction volume of the Greater Chattanooga Realtors Commercial Council with over $36 million in transaction volume, and Jon Hughes’ individual achievements exceeded $11 million in transaction volume."
  
 "I am pleased with the record-breaking accomplishments that our firm achieved during 2019, and am looking forward to what 2020 will bring," said Mr. Elliott. "We not only achieved but exceeded our client’s expectations by continuing to provide the highest quality commercial real estate brokerage service to Chattanooga and surrounding areas." 
 
2019 Summary:
Total Deals: 54
Total Square Feet: 3,087,339
Total Leases: 28 - 108,943 sq. ft.
Total Sales: 25 - 2,978,396 sq. ft.
Total Dollar Transaction Volume: Exceeding $47 million
 
 



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