Crye-Leike Names Mollie Majors Managing Broker Of Ooltewah Branch Office

Thursday, February 4, 2021
Mollie Majors
Mollie Majors

Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Mollie Majors has been named the managing broker of its Ooltewah branch office. Ms. Majors will be responsible for the recruitment, training and management of the office’s sales associates. 

Ms. Majors has been affiliated with Crye-Leike for 17 years, building a repertoire along the way. In the early 2000’s, Ms. Majors served as the recruiting manager for the company’s Chattanooga footprint and, in 2007, she took on the role of office manager for Crye-Leike Auctions Ooltewah.  

Licensed in Tennessee and Georgia, Ms. Major’s business experience runs the gamut from listing and selling properties, selling real estate and personal property at auction, corporate relocation, new construction, foreclosure and investment properties, and even a little commercial business thrown in for good measure. She now looks forward to leading the Ooltewah team of agents and guiding them through a successful year.  

“I am honored and excited to step into the role as managing broker for the Crye-Leike Ooltewah office and am looking forward to continuing to work with the amazing agents here, as well as growing the sales team in the future,” said Ms. Majors. “I'm hopeful that my passion for real estate, all things Crye-Leike and my life motto of 'Hustle and Heart will Set You Apart' will serve me well as I open this new chapter in my career."

Ms. Majors obtained her broker's license in 2017 and has since focused on continuing her education, most recently obtaining the Graduate Realtor Institute and e-PRO designations. She is also a consistent multimillion-dollar producer and a member of the Women's Council of Realtors.

For more information regarding real estate in and around Ooltewah, TN, please visit Crye-Leike’s branch office, located at 5913 Main St., Suite 107, or visit the Crye-Leike website at www.clhomes.com. Managing Broker Mollie Majors may be reached at 238-5440, or via email at mollie.majors@crye-leike.com.  


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