Chip Kerr to Lead Crye-Leike Builder Resource Division

Nashville, Tenn. –  Crye-Leike, the largest real estate company in Tennessee and the Mid-South, has named Chip Kerr of Nashville director of Crye-Leike Builder Resources. Crye-Leike Builder Resources is a new homes division of Crye-Leike that specializes in comprehensive services for developers and builders of new homes, creating one source for all builders’ needs in Middle Tennessee.

Kerr will focus Crye-Leike’s efforts on increasing marketing opportunities for builders and developers in Middle Tennessee through such services as direct sales and consulting, on-site staffing, sales management, sales training, research & analysis on expansion markets and marketing to the real estate community.

Crye-Leike Builder Resources’ customized services and programs will meet the needs of smaller custom homebuilders to the largest production and merchant builders, notes Kerr. “At Crye-Leike Builder Resources, we focus on adding value through exclusive listing agreements and creative marketing alliances. Our team of experts recognizes the difference between new home sales and resale of existing homes as well as understands the sophistication and specialization of the new home sales market.”

Before joining Crye-Leike, Kerr was onsite sales professional for MainStreet Homes, a local homebuilder serving Rutherford and Williamson counties. Prior to that, he was director of new home sales for Shirley Zeitlin & Co., Realtors where he also served as onsite sales professional for The Governors Club, an upscale gated golf community in Brentwood. Kerr is a licensed real estate agent in the state of Tennessee. He holds memberships with the Sales & Marketing Council, Homebuilders Association of Middle Tennessee and the Williamson County Association of Realtors.

Crye-Leike (www.crye-leike.com), a full service real estate company for 25 years, is the nation’s 13th largest real estate company. It has a network of over 2,200 sales associates and 56 branch and franchise offices located in 25 counties throughout a five-state Mid-South region in Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Georgia.