Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, REALTORS Expands Again with Addition of 7th Area Office Location

Family owned company with more than 80 successful years in East Tennessee combines local expertise with worldwide reach of a global brand

Dec. 5, 2017 — Knoxville, Tenn. Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, REALTORSⓇ announced today that the company is expanding again, this time with the addition of a seventh office location serving clients in East Tennessee. The forthcoming Lakeside Office, opening January 2018, will be located on Northshore Drive in the Lakeside Village Center (just down from the Northshore Brasserie). CBWW’s new Lakeside Office will feature an upscale, modern design  

The new office announcement comes after careful planning and strategy to select this location for the current phase of the company’s growth.

“The Northshore area has seen exponential development in recent years,” said CFO Jim Wallace. “Considering the growth taking place in this part of town, plus key demographic factors within a nearby radius, this was a natural choice for the newest Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace office location. And we believe our agents are uniquely qualified to serve buyers and sellers in this area.”

At the helm of the new office as principal broker will be Adam Brown, who has been an agent with CBWW’s Bearden office since 2012. Before coming to real estate, Adam worked in bank management and he will use his extensive knowledge and understanding coupled with his servant leadership approach in his new role as principal broker.

“Being a leader in our industry for eight decades has required forward thinking, commitment to excellence and continued efforts to challenge ourselves,” said COO George Wallace. “The landscape of the market has changed quite a bit in recent years and it will again, but something that will not change is our standard of integrity and our passion for serving our clients.”

Said Wallace, “When you are committed for the long haul and believe in the mission of your work, there’s no stopping the momentum.”