Crye-Leike Hixson Hires Realtor Cindy Gray

Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Cindy Gray is now affiliated with its Hixson branch office as a licensed realtor. Ms. Gray will serve the residential real estate needs of buyers and sellers throughout Hamilton, Bradley, Rhea and surrounding counties. 
 
Prior to joining the real estate industry, Ms. Gray and her husband renovated and sold three properties. She has always loved looking at homes, doing DIY projects and watching real estate shows for inspiration. Ms. finally brought her passion to fruition when she earned her real estate license in the spring of 2020. Although COVID-19 did not make it easy to start a new real estate career, Ms. Gray spent the following months taking advantage of Crye-Leike’s training opportunities, and she completed her first real estate transaction in September. 
 
“Since May, I have taken many real estate classes and successfully navigated my way through my first real estate transaction,” said Ms.
Gray. “I’ve been so busy showing more houses, taking more classes and attending sales meetings. I can’t wait to help more clients find their dream homes.”
 
For more information regarding real estate in and around Hixson, visit Crye-Leike’s branch office, 5870 Hwy. 153. Realtor Cindy Gray may be reached at 423-870-5202 or via email at cindy.gray@crye-leike.com. 


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