DIY

Welcome Our New Agent: Scott Lee

Scott Circle Chair.jpg

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: Jim Bristow

After spending more than a decade delivering and managing IT and Healthcare services in corporate America, Jim felt the urge to take his talents local and act on a long time desire to pursue a career in Real Estate.  As a client facing professional, Jim’s philosophy to customer service excellence blends subject matter knowledge with deliberate communication, hard work and precise execution.

Originally from coastal Virginia, Jim holds a Bachelor's degree in History and a Master’s in Business Administration.  After moving around the Southeast completing their respective educations and pursuing career opportunities, Jim and his wife settled in Knoxville where she is tenured faculty at the University of Tennessee.  They live in Sequoyah Hills with their two high maintenance, but well loved rescue dogs.  Outside of his passion for Real Estate, History and things of old, Jim likes to sail, ponder the next DIY project for his home and tries real hard to avoid those foods that doctors say are bad for us.