Crye-Leike Names Joe Driscoll as Managing Broker of Priest Lake Office

Crye-Leike Names Joe Driscoll as Managing Broker of Priest Lake Office
Joe Driscoll, Managing Broker and Sales Manager of Crye-Leike - Priest Lake

Nashville, Tenn. – Crye-Leike of Nashville has named Realtor Joe Driscoll as managing broker and sales manager of its Priest Lake branch office, located at 2131 Murfreesboro Road and one of six Crye-Leike real estate offices in Davidson County.

He is responsible for the sales production, recruitment and management of 36 Crye-Leike sales associates who market residential and commercial real estate sales in Davidson, Rutherford and Wilson counties.

A Davidson County resident, Driscoll has been selling residential real estate to buyers and sellers in Davidson, Rutherford and Wilson counties for the past 18 years, specializing in loan negotiations for low and moderate income families. Prior to joining Crye-Leike in 1999, he was affiliated with Folk-Jordan Better Homes & Gardens for eight years before it was acquired by Crye-Leike.

Driscoll was a consultant for Sovran-Central South, now Bank of America, where he developed, instituted and promoted its community re-investment loan program, still in place today and has expanded to all parts of the country. Driscoll is a Vietnam Veteran and was awarded the Purple Heart for service to his country.

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 62 branch and franchise offices located in 30 counties throughout a six-state southern region in Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky and Florida.

Crye-Leike’s Priest Lake branch office is one of 22 branch and franchise Crye-Leike offices located in 10 counties throughout a two-state Middle Tennessee region. 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.