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Welcome Our New Agent: Daphne Hill

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Daphne Hill, Affiliate Broker


865-770-1884
daphne@trottamontgomery.com

Daphne is currently enjoying a Tennessee homecoming. Having grown up in the Norris/Lake City area, and after a living a number of years out of state, she is thrilled to call East Tennessee home again.

With a B.F.A. in Drawing from UT Knoxville, and an M.F.A. in Painting from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, CA, Daphne’s background is in art and art education. She has taught painting and drawing to students from kindergarten to college and beyond. She has taught a number of special needs children and adults, and found her interactions with these students incredibly fulfilling. Daphne also taught inmates in a men’s maximum security prison in San Diego. This was a profoundly rewarding experience, and one that has helped shape her perception of people and the power of art, communication, and connection.

Daphne brings creativity, integrity, and heart to everything she does. She is committed to making your home buying or selling experience as smooth and positive as possible.

Daphne lives in her hometown of Norris with her husband, dog, and 2 cats. She has 2 grown sons, who are attending colleges on the West Coast. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, painting, and traveling

Welcome Our New Agent: Andrew Holloway

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Born and raised in Knoxville, Andrew can attest that there’s no place in the world quite like it. His love for Knoxville and experience working within some of life’s biggest moments make him an ideal fit for Knoxville’s real estate community.

With a background in special events and property management, Andrew has a unique sense of the importance of a real estate transaction. As an agent, Andrew prioritizes service to his clients, employing personal experience, knowledge, and compassion, so they can make the best decision for themselves and their loved ones. Andrew is best known for his positivity and professionalism.

In his free time, Andrew can be found perusing book stores, comparing one coffee shop with another (just to be certain of his favorites), refining what it means to be a cat dad, and winning dance off competitions - challenge him, if you dare!"

Welcome Our New Agent: Rachel Ray Honeycutt

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Rachel Ray Honeycutt grew up in a 130 year old boarding house that her parents intended on renovating, but never completed. From the 18 years of living in those old bones, she grew to love houses with history and unique qualities.  She is addicted to search engines and finding a deal;: whether it be searching for that rare Mid-Century sofa on Craigslist, or finding that absolutely perfect home for her buyer, Rachel searches with fervor and dedication--she loves finding that property that folks think does not exist.

Rachel is a UT graduate in both Philosophy and English, and loves literature, creative writing, poetry, and music. Rachel has two sweet children, Ruby and Sam and is married to a local jazz musician, Buddy Honeycutt. She loves the outdoors and worked for a Wilderness Therapy program called Second Nature Blue Ridge in the Georgia mountains after graduating from UT, where she helped at-risk teens navigate through their therapy using the tools of the wilderness, GPS, and primitive bowdrilling for fire. She loves exploring, cycling, great food, cooking, creeks and rivers, and travel (and Barbeque potato chips).  She is interested in real estate investing and how investment tools and new website start-ups like airbnb can be tools for financial freedom for the younger generations and for folks seeking financial independence.

Rachel loves getting to know her clients; she loves getting to work with people and develop meaningful relationships--helping them to buy an item of value and sell things that truly have worth, enabling them to achieve their dreams--she knows that investing in a home can be a great path for future financial success in life.

Rachel loves fixer-uppers and has experience closing property with renovation loans, both professionally and personally on her own home.  She loves helping clients determine what the best option for their personal situation in regard to buying a home or fixer-upper.  

She is an avid blogger and loves to write.  You can visit her blog at www.rachelhomeexpert.com Rachel is always accepting new clients, to buy or sell and loves helping folks navigate the home sales process.  Call her today! 865-888-0344

 

Welcome Our New Agent: Scott Lee

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Scott originally moved to East Tennessee to continue his career in television. Here he found himself working on a new cable television program where “two sets of neighbors redecorated one room in each other's home.” The program would become a cultural icon and Scott’s career would take him to the leader in lifestyle television, Scripps Networks Interactive (HGTV, DIY, Travel Channel, FOOD Network).

After fifteen years producing and editing programs about people buying, selling, renovating, and flipping properties Scott decided it was time to be a part of the fun. Now, with a handful of investment properties, numerous real estate deals conducted, and a penchant for finding a good deal, Scott is lending this enthusiasm to his clients.

Scott’s motto to “deliver more than expected” drives everything he does. When not searching tirelessly for the next great real estate deal, Scott enjoys playing golf, soccer and riding his vintage motorcycle. But mostly he can be found spending time with his wife, three kids, and Jack Russell Terrier, Molly, in the woods, at the zoo, or on their boat.

 

Welcome Our New Agent: Matthew Lawson

Matthew moved to Knoxville in 2005 to launch an equestrian training program and fell in love with the area and the people. His experience combined, with the resources of Trotta Montgomery will make buying or selling your home a great experience.  

Matthew is an avid outdoors-man and can often be found at the farmer’s market, Mead’s Quarry sup boarding with his dogs, supporting local events, or foxhunting with Tennessee Valley Hunt.

As an equestrian professional, his specialty has been finding his clients the perfect horse. Now, as a real estate agent, he helps his client find the perfect home. Matthew knows how hard relocation can be and his decade worth of local knowledge will serve as an asset to buyer’s and sellers. Matthew’s specialty is equestrian real estate, but he also has a passion for fine architecture and unique residences. 

Welcome Our New Agent: Chris Garvey

Chris and his wife chose to relocate to East Tennessee from San Diego in 2008 because of its four distinct seasons, numerous recreational opportunities, and the overall quality of life. 

With a B.A. in Psychology from UCLA as well as a teaching credential and certificates in cabinetry and furniture construction, Chris has worked as a university administrator, elementary school teacher, cabinet maker, and a stay at home dad before becoming a Realtor. Working on his own home and rental property has given him a greater appreciation of those details that can make a house a home, give it character, and make it unique. He believes that while houses are bought and sold, homes are created through vision and hard work. Chris is dedicated to helping his clients meet their real estate needs, whatever they may be.

When not working for you he can be found remodeling his own properties, coaching his sons in soccer, and enjoying life here in East Tennessee.

Welcome Our New Agent: Laurel Strozier

Laurel was born and raised in Knoxville.  She has lived, worked, and played in many of its unique neighborhoods and green spaces, making her an excellent choice for helping you plant your roots in the area or to attract buyers for your home.  After graduating from Maryville College with a B.A. in International Studies, she worked as an English Professor at the National Agricultural University in Honduras for two years.  Since returning to Knoxville, she has worked as a Spanish medical interpreter in early childhood development, obstetrics, and dentistry.  After buying her first house, Laurel developed a passion for real estate and now owns several rental properties.  Her goal is to help Knoxvillians achieve their homeownership dreams, especially Spanish speakers.

Laurel enjoys reading, playing tennis, cuddling with her two cats, and has a seriously impressive house plant collection.

Knoxville Home Sales Report: January 2016

Knoxville Home Sales Report: January 2016

Hellooooo, 2016! My, you're looking fine! Inventory's low, sales are....well, you need to take a look a these charts for yourself and then read the breakdown of the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors (the artist formerly known as KAAR) January 2016 sales numbers for the greater Knoxville area.  Go!

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