David Zachary Joins Robinson Team Of Keller Williams

Monday, March 16, 2020
David Zachary
David Zachary

Chattanooga’s real estate group announced the addition of David Zachary as the newest member of the Robinson Team of Keller Williams Realty. 

A native Chattanoogan, Mr. Zachary lived in Southern California for many years where he attended college and worked in the film industry, as a teacher, and as a community organizer. He recently moved back to be close to his family located in this area. 

A family emergency brought him back to Chattanooga, and while here, he fell back in love with all of the attributes that draw so many to his hometown. With this realization, he saw that he could help others realize their dreams of homeownership by becoming a real estate professional and was drawn to the Robinson Team.

“I have always been drawn to vocations that demand problem solving and that necessitate building relationships,” said Mr. Zachary.  “The opportunity to work with a well-established team that has such a strong record was more than appealing to me. The team has such high standards and I am excited to be a part of it.”

Jay Robinson said, “David has learned what so many of us who left Chattanooga learned when we returned: there’s simply no place like this city. We have so many opportunities for families to find their first home or their forever home.  What makes David such a great fit is that he has experienced this for himself.  His diverse background will serve him well as he assists clients in finding a place to call home. We’re excited to have David join us.”

 


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