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Welcome Our New Agent: Heather Kirby

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Heather is a native Knoxvillian, so she feels a special love and connection to her hometown. She studied art history at the University of Tennessee where she developed her appreciation for architecture and its underlying history. For two years, she was a resident manager at a wilderness lodge in Big South Fork where she honed her business and accommodation skills. From there she worked for the Knox County Library System for 13 years where she successfully commingled with a wide variety of people and expanded her research expertise. Heather's change in career to real estate was a natural choice with her background experience. She is friendly and honest and thrives on work that allows her to communicate and focus on the details. Whether a client is a buyer or seller, she believes in a creative, cooperative approach to negotiation and problem-solving where relationships are built and where everyone leaves the table feeling that their core needs have been met.


Heather is a well-rounded person with many interests. She is a real animal lover, for she is a proud momma of cats and dogs, all of which are rescues, and she works with horses and is an aspiring equestrian. She enjoys gardening, home improvement, literature, art, and film. She is an outdoors enthusiast who loves to hike, swim, kayak, and snow ski. She loves to travel, especially abroad, and she has an affinity for Ireland and everything Irish.

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.