Ron Harmon, New Manager of Crye-Leike in Green Hills

Nashville, Tenn. –  Crye-Leike of Nashville, Inc. has named Ron Harmon, a Realtor and 20-year real estate veteran, as managing broker and sales manager of its Green Hills branch office, located at 3815 Cleghorn Avenue.

A Williamson County resident, Harmon previously served as managing broker and sales manager of one of Crye-Leike’s Rutherford County branch offices for three years. He is responsible for the sales production, recruitment and management of 75 sales associates who market residential and commercial real estate properties in Davidson and Williamson counties.

Harmon was affiliated with Crye-Leike, Realtors as a sales associate for six years before joining Crye-Leike’s management team in 1999. Prior to joining Crye-Leike, he spent 10 years in shopping center development.

Harmon holds the Graduate Realtors Institute designation (GRI), a nationally recognized professional designation that signifies mastery in residential and non-residential brokerage. Professionally, he is a member of the National, Tennessee and Greater Nashville Associations of Realtors. Outside of the real estate arena, he was actively involved in Williamson County sports.

Crye-Leike’s Green Hills branch office is one of 21 Crye-Leike branch and franchise offices located in nine counties within Middle Tennessee and is owned and operated by Crye-Leike of Nashville, Inc. Sales associates in the Greater Nashville area currently total over 800. Crye-Leike of Nashville, Inc. recorded 7,420 units sold in 2001, representing a sales volume of $1.08 billion.

Crye-Leike (, a full service real estate company for 25 years, is the nation’s 13th largest real estate company and the largest serving Tennessee and the Mid-South. It has a network of over 2,200 sales associates and 57 branch and franchise offices located in 26 counties throughout a five-state Mid-South region in Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Georgia. Crye-Leike attained sales of $2.95 billion and 20,768 closed transaction sides corporate wide in 2001.