Crye-Leike records second highest sales performance ever in 2015


Crye-Leike records second highest sales performance ever in 2015

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Crye-Leike posted a record sales year of close to $5.7 billion in 2015, the second highest sales performance in the company’s 39-year history.

Crye-Leike, the nation’s fourth largest privately-held residential real estate brokerage firm and largest in Tennessee and the Mid-South, posted a record sales year of close to $5.7 billion in 2015, the second highest sales performance in the company’s 39-year history.

“Buying and selling real estate can be a daunting task for consumers,” Crye-Leike CEO Harold Crye said. “We have bundled all the services needed to complete a real estate transaction under one roof so the buyer and seller have a seamless experience. Our one-stop shopping allows our sales associates and staff to provide our customers with an efficient, convenient and reliable experience from the beginning and for years to come.”

In comparison, the company reached its peak sales performance at $6.1 billion in 2006. Crye-Leike’s $5.74 billion sales volume companywide in 2015 was up 7.29 percent from $5.35 billion through December 2014. These 2015 figures represent Crye-Leike’s 3,000-plus sales associates handling 31,826 closings within a nine-state region, including Tennessee, a 3.89-percent increase from the 30,633 closings reported through December 2014.

“Our company is proud to have helped over 31,000 families realize the dream of homeownership,” Crye-Leike President Dick Leike said. “Homeownership will continue to be one of the most sound long-term investments most buyers will ever make.”

Crye-Leike Chief Information Officer Gurtej Sodhi noted the company’s most powerful marketing tool is how Crye-Leike embraces technology with its Web site, Crye-Leike.com, which registers over 12,000 visitors per day and 30 million hits per month.

“Additionally, there have been over 10,000 downloads on Crye-Leike’s mobile app,” Sodhi said. “Over 55 percent of Crye-Leike’s total web traffic is now mobile and that is increasing rapidly.”

Crye-Leike’s mobile app, which displays real-time real estate listings in nine states, is available on the App Store for IPhone or Android.

The regional reports that follow disclose 2015 sales totals for Crye-Leike’s territories in West, Middle, Northeast and Southeast Tennessee, as well as cumulative totals within its franchise territories in Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee.

In summary, Crye-Leike’s West Tennessee region outperformed all other Crye-Leike regions, reporting $1.41 billion in sales in 2015. Its Middle Tennessee region ranks second at $1.21 billion.

Other Tennessee regions reported include Southeast Tennessee at $376.23 million and Northeast Tennessee at $206.65 million.

When combining all four Tennessee regions (West, Middle, Northeast and Southeast), Crye-Leike had a total sales volume performance of $3.20 billion in Tennessee for 2015.

Crye-Leike’s Middle Tennessee Region includes sales from its 648 sales associates in 18 branch offices, including Nashville. Crye-Leike’s year-end sales volume in Middle Tennessee totaled $1.21 billion in 2015, up 4.7 percent from $1.15 billion through 2014, representing 5,383 in year-end closings.

Crye-Leike’s Middle Tennessee sales are represented in Bedford, Benton, Cannon, Cheatham, Clay, Coffee, Davidson, Dekalb, Dickson, Franklin, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lewis, Lincoln, Lawrence, Macon, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Perry, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Todd, Trousdale, Van Buren, Warren, Wayne, White, Williamson and Wilson counties.

Crye-Leike, the nation’s fourth largest privately-held residential real estate brokerage firm and largest in Tennessee and the Mid-South, posted a record sales year of close to $5.7 billion in 2015, the second highest sales performance in the company’s 39-year history.

“Buying and selling real estate can be a daunting task for consumers,” Crye-Leike CEO Harold Crye said. “We have bundled all the services needed to complete a real estate transaction under one roof so the buyer and seller have a seamless experience. Our one-stop shopping allows our sales associates and staff to provide our customers with an efficient, convenient and reliable experience from the beginning and for years to come.”

In comparison, the company reached its peak sales performance at $6.1 billion in 2006. Crye-Leike’s $5.74 billion sales volume companywide in 2015 was up 7.29 percent from $5.35 billion through December 2014. These 2015 figures represent Crye-Leike’s 3,000-plus sales associates handling 31,826 closings within a nine-state region, including Tennessee, a 3.89-percent increase from the 30,633 closings reported through December 2014.

“Our company is proud to have helped over 31,000 families realize the dream of homeownership,” Crye-Leike President Dick Leike said. “Homeownership will continue to be one of the most sound long-term investments most buyers will ever make.”

Crye-Leike Chief Information Officer Gurtej Sodhi noted the company’s most powerful marketing tool is how Crye-Leike embraces technology with its Web site, Crye-Leike.com, which registers over 12,000 visitors per day and 30 million hits per month.

“Additionally, there have been over 10,000 downloads on Crye-Leike’s mobile app,” Sodhi said. “Over 55 percent of Crye-Leike’s total web traffic is now mobile and that is increasing rapidly.”

Crye-Leike’s mobile app, which displays real-time real estate listings in nine states, is available on the App Store for IPhone or Android.

The regional reports that follow disclose 2015 sales totals for Crye-Leike’s territories in West, Middle, Northeast and Southeast Tennessee, as well as cumulative totals within its franchise territories in Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee.

In summary, Crye-Leike’s West Tennessee region outperformed all other Crye-Leike regions, reporting $1.41 billion in sales in 2015. Its Middle Tennessee region ranks second at $1.21 billion.

Other Tennessee regions reported include Southeast Tennessee at $376.23 million and Northeast Tennessee at $206.65 million.

When combining all four Tennessee regions (West, Middle, Northeast and Southeast), Crye-Leike had a total sales volume performance of $3.20 billion in Tennessee for 2015.

Crye-Leike’s Middle Tennessee Region includes sales from its 648 sales associates in 18 branch offices, including Nashville. Crye-Leike’s year-end sales volume in Middle Tennessee totaled $1.21 billion in 2015, up 4.7 percent from $1.15 billion through 2014, representing 5,383 in year-end closings.

Crye-Leike’s Middle Tennessee sales are represented in Bedford, Benton, Cannon, Cheatham, Clay, Coffee, Davidson, Dekalb, Dickson, Franklin, Giles, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lewis, Lincoln, Lawrence, Macon, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Perry, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Todd, Trousdale, Van Buren, Warren, Wayne, White, Williamson and Wilson counties.

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