Crye-Leike’s Luann Deere Becomes a Broker

Little Rock, Ark.- The Arkansas Real Estate Commission (AREC) recently announced that LuAnn Deere of Crye-Leike, Realtors has received her broker’s license after successfully passing the real estate broker licensure examination in March 2005.

To become eligible for the examination, Deere met strict experience and education requirements as a broker candidate. Broker candidates must have held an active license as an affiliate broker for a minimum of two years and must have successfully completed 60 classroom hours of real estate education from a school licensed by the Arkansas State Board of Private Career Education. Deere had already completed 60 classroom hours to earn her Arkansas real estate license.

Deere is a full-time broker associated with Crye-Leike’s Conway branch office, located at 1065 Skyline Drive. With over 20 years of marketing experience, she serves the real estate needs of buyers and sellers in Central Arkansas, including Benton, Bryant, Conway, Greenbrier, Maumelle, Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Vilonia. She resides in Conway.

Deere hosts a television show that airs on cable channels in Faulkner County called “LuAnn’s Open House.” She is a member of the National, Arkansas and Faulkner County Associations of Realtors as well as the Faulkner County Executive Association and Acxiom Optimist Club. Deere served as Arkansas district governor of Optimist International from 2000 to 2001.

For real estate information, LuAnn Deere of Crye-Leike’s Conway branch office may be reached at (501) 932-0499 or luann@luanndeere.com.

Crye-Leike (www.crye-leike.com), a full service real estate company for 28 years, is the nation’s 10th largest real estate company and the largest serving Tennessee and the Mid-South. Crye-Leike of Arkansas, Inc. has 11 branch offices and two franchise offices with a sales force of over 250 sales associates who market residential and commercial real estate within eight counties in Arkansas: Craighead, Crittenden, Faulkner, Garland, Independence, Mississippi, Pulaski and Saline.