Middle Tennessee Associates Complete Premier Properties Training Course

NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Crye-Leike, Realtors announces that 24 of its Middle Tennessee sales associates have completed the Premier Properties course. The course serves as one of the key requirements in the process of receiving the Certified Premier Properties Specialist (CPPS) designation, signifying excellence in marketing higher priced and estate properties in the Crye-Leike Nashville Division area.

 

Crye-Leike Bellevue:    Julian Bryant

Crye-Leike Brentwood East:    Tee Banks, Sherita Hill, Marilove Kilcrease, James McVeigh Rick Roberts, Roger Speegle, Whitney Srouji, Cheryl Weaver

Crye-Leike Brentwood West:    Annette Hutchinson, Donna Sandstad

Crye-Leike Columbia:    Jennifer Graham

Crye-Leike Franklin/Cool Springs:    Judy Griswold, Susan Haman, Rebecca Marmolejo, Daniel Pitman

Crye-Leike Goodlettsville:    Jan Cain

Crye-Leike Green Hills:    Raymond McIntire

Crye-Leike Hermitage:    Consuella Burney, Michelle Donaldson, Shanda Williams

Crye-Leike Mt. Juliet:    Jack Jernigan, Judy Roark

Crye-Leike Smyrna:    Jerry Williams

 

Crye-Leike’s Certified Premier Properties Specialist Program includes completion of the highly specialized two-day training course, focusing on educating associates on the architecture, custom construction, insurance, appraisal, finance issues, and interior and exterior design of high priced properties. In addition to the successful completion of the course, associates must meet strict elective and experience requirements to become eligible for the designation.

 

Crye-Leike? (www.crye-leike.com), a full service real estate company for 29 years, is the nation’s 6th largest real estate company and the largest in the Mid-South.  It has a network of over 3,000 sales associates and 99 corporate and franchise offices located in 52 counties throughout a seven-state southern region in Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi.  In 2005, the Crye-Leike organization attained sales of $5.6 billion with 34,039 closed transaction sides.

 

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