The State of Real Estate Sales, Trends and Techniques

The State of Real Estate Sales, Trends and Techniques
Crye-Leike Realtor Broker Debbie Mann of Rutherford County (far right) met many great Realtors and leaders from across the county at The Women?s Council of Realtors annual conference in Washington D.C. She was honored to meet and chat with the WCR President Sheila Conquest (far left).

MURFREESBORO, TN., – In the midst of the greatest challenges she’s faced in her career selling real estate – Murfreesboro based Crye-Leike Broker Realtor Debbie Mann realized she needed to become better equipped professionally and more energized.

 

The Mid Year conference of the Women’s Council of Realtors (WRC) held in conjunction with the National Realtors (NAR) Conference in Washington D.C. proved to be the place where Debbie needed to be recently.  It was a week’s worth of timely education, networking and personal growth opportunities she needed now more than ever.

 

“As a professional real estate Broker I strive to know the latest trends, best techniques and most cost efficient way to help my clients buy and sell homes quickly in this challenging economy,” said Debbie.  “The week in D.C. was packed with programs and information that will better equip me to make good things happen for my clients in today’s housing market.”

 

Debbie says one of her biggest concerns is how she can better serve clients and families relocating in and out of the area – to make the transition easier.

 

“I’ve relocated many times myself and I know what clients need to make this transition easier,” said Debbie.  “At the conference I met some great Realtors and leaders from across the country who will be my partners going forward.  I know people in every state now – who I can trust and like me – put the clients comfort and satisfaction first.”

 

Debbie is a licensed Broker Realtor in Tennessee assisting buyers and sellers in and around the Greater Rutherford County area.  She is based in the Crye-Leike Murfreesboro branch office located at 1139 NW Broad Street.  Debbie specializes in all types of residential real estate sales.

 

“If you’re thinking about selling, don’t let someone tell you that you have to give it away,” said Debbie.  “With the right plan the outcome can meet your expectations and real estate sales and values in Middle Tennessee are better than you know.”

 

Debbie is a member of the Women’s Council of Realtors (WCR), Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors (MTAR), Tennessee Association of Realtors (TAR) and National Association of Realtors (NAR).  With MTAR she serves on the Government Affairs and Leadership committees.

 

“As hard as it might seem to many people waiting on the sidelines, this is a great time to buy and invest in real estate,” said Debbie.  “And sellers can do well too – when together we market a property at the best possible price that is in great condition and presents well.”

 

Debbie lives in Murfreesboro and in the community she supports: Habitat For Humanity, PAWS, the Susan Coleman Foundation and her church.  Debbie has sponsored a Little League team for Optimist and served as the Vice President of the Blackman Bullpen Club.

 

For all your real estate needs and personal referrals contact Murfreesboro based Crye-Leike Broker Realtor Debbie Mann by phone at 615-869-8325, email: Debbie.Mann@crye-leike.com and you can find her on the web at http://Tennessee-Homes4Sale.com.

 

Harold Crye and Dick Leike established Crye-Leike, REALTORS in 1977.  Today, Crye-Leike?, the nations 6th largest real estate company, has a network of more than 3,500 licensed sales associates based out of more than 130 corporate and franchise offices located through-out the eight-state southern region of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi and North Carolina.

 

Crye-Leike is a full-service real estate company offering buyers and sellers services in: residential sales, mortgage lending, title, insurance, business brokerage and investments, property management, development and construction, builder resources, REO bank-owned properties, relocation, auctions, and home services referrals.  In 2008, Crye-Leike attained a sales volume in excess of $4.2 billion with 25,871 homes sold.