Crye-Leike Chattanooga – East Brainerd Hires Realtor Donna Cates

Thursday, January 30, 2020
 Ms. Cates specializes in residential, first-time homebuyer and new construction real estate services throughout the Greater Chattanooga Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Donna Cates is now affiliated with Crye-Leike’s Chattanooga – East Brainerd branch office as a licensed realtor.and North Georgia regions. 
 
Before Ms. Cates became an established realtor, she worked for the Federal Court and the Department of Homeland Security for a combined 24 years. It is those positions that she accredits her skills in problem solving and reasoning. After deciding to pursue a career in real estate, Ms. Cates took an early retirement from her government work. "Fast forward 15 years, Ms.
Cates has built a successful real estate business, and looks forward to continuing her growth with Crye-Leike<" officials said.
 
“Real estate is fun, exciting and you can make a decent living if you work hard,” said Ms. Cates. “However, I feel it goes beyond all of that. The way you treat people and help them is so very important in this world we live in. I feel I have the absolute best clients, and it is an honor and a pleasure to help them.”
 
Ms. Cates, licensed in Tennessee and Georgia, is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Georgia Association of Realtors. Ms. Cates has also been a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Club for over 12 years and prides herself on her honesty and integrity. 
 
For more information regarding real estate in and around Chattanooga, visit the East Brainerd branch office, 1510 Gunbarrel Road, or visit the Crye-Leike website. Ms. Cates may be reached at donna.cates@crye-leike.com. 

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