Crye-Leike Names Jeff Nixon General Administrative Manager Of Chattanooga Region

Friday, February 28, 2020

Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Jeff Nixon has been named the general administrative manager of Crye-Leike’s Chattanooga Region. Mr. Nixon will be responsible for overseeing the various divisions of the Chattanooga Region and will help in the efforts to increase office growth and productivity. 

Mr. Nixon joined Crye-Leike eight years ago as the managing broker of the Huntsville branch office, later moving to Chattanooga and becoming the sales manager of the Downtown office in 2017. He has held a real estate license since 1995, with experience in accounting, new construction, military moves, corporate relocation and brokerage management. 

“Having spent my first eight years with Crye-Leike in my hometown of Huntsville, I looked at my spouse’s work relocation to Chattanooga in 2017 as a new challenge,” said Mr. Nixon. “At the same time, I was feeling grateful for the opportunity to remain with a company and co-workers that I love.”

"Since joining Crye-Leike, Mr. Nixon has shown a strong commitment to continued real estate education and trainings, and he participated in the Ninja Installation Leadership Training in 2018," officials said. "His outstanding knowledge of Crye-Leike’s technology tools is used to teach fellow agents how to increase sales, have professionalism and gain overall success."

Mr. Nixon now looks forward to this next step in his career at Crye-Leike. “I very much appreciate the confidence placed in me by Mr. Crye in allowing me to assume progressive roles within the company,” said Mr. Nixon. “I look forward to assisting with our continued growth in the Chattanooga Region.”

General Administrative Manager Jeff Nixon may be reached at 423-756-0771, or via email at jeff.nixon@crye-leike.com.


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