Crye-Leike names Woodard managing broker for Columbia office


Crye-Leike names Woodard managing broker for Columbia office

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Sally Woodard, a Realtor with 40 years of experience, has been named as the new Managing Broker of the Crye-Leike, REALTORS® Columbia office.

Sally Woodard has been named as the new Managing Broker of the Crye-Leike, REALTORS® Columbia office, according to an announcement from the company.

Woodard will be replacing Colene Dooley who is focusing on sales growth and providing assistance with senior management.

At the Columbia office, Woodard leads a team of 27 associates who are ready to meet the real estate needs of the area. Woodard comes into this position with 40 years of real estate experience.

“Every day is a joy for me to be in the office helping agents, buyers and sellers with their housing needs,” said Woodard. “It is an honor for me to be named Managing Broker of the Crye-Leike Columbia office.”

Woodard assists buyers and sellers in Maury, Williamson, Marshall, Lewis, Giles and Lawrence counties. She is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, Tennessee Association of REALTORS®, and the Southern Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS®. Woodard has been honored with the Career Achievement Award and the President’s Award.

Woodard may be contacted by phone at 931-698-4969 and 931-540-8400 or by email at sally.woodard@crye-leike.com.

Crye-Leike is a full service real estate company that was founded in 1977 by Harold Crye and Dick Leike. Today, Crye-Leike is ranked as the 6th largest real estate firm in the nation and the #1 real estate company in the Mid-South. Crye-Leike has a network of more than 3,000 licensed Realtors and 115 offices located throughout a nine-state region in Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri and Oklahoma. More information about Crye-Leike can be found at www.crye-leike.com.

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