Engel & Völkers Expands into Nashville

October 1, 2019

Entrance into Tennessee’s capital marks the global real estate brand’s first location in the state

Engel & Völkers today announced its continued expansion across the Americas with its latest real estate shop opening in Nashville, TN. Neal Clayton Realtors will now do business as Engel & Völkers Nashville and will continue to be led by Neal Clayton, a top professional in the Middle Tennessee real estate market for the last 38 years. Clayton’s team of 25 experienced and community-centric real estate advisors will continue to serve home buyers and sellers in the Nashville, Franklin, and Brentwood areas.

“Nashville is continually ranked among the top places to live in the United States and is a significant growth market,” said Anthony Hitt, president, and CEO, Engel & Völkers Americas. “It’s ripe for buyers at the moment with inventory becoming more available, an increasing number of area tech startups, and a thriving community of diverse industries. Neal and his team have an unwavering passion for Nashville and take great pride in providing the absolute best real estate service to its residents. This commitment to local expertise and excellent client service are directly aligned with our own brand values, and is what made this partnership with Neal a natural fit from the start.”

The newly established Engel & Völkers Nashville has already begun to attract top area talent. Top-producing local agent Amy Jackson Smith has announced her decision to join Neal and his team due to the brand’s global reach and culture of service.

“We are excited and honored to work with a professional such as Amy,” said Clayton. “She understands the value of providing a bespoke quality of service.”

Neal and his team will be operating in Burton Hills until the completion of their new Engel & Völkers signature shop, which will reflect the iconic global branding and design that makes each real estate shop location instantly recognizable around the world.

Known as the capital of country music, Nashville draws people from around the world to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the city’s famous Music Row district, and the Grand Ole Opry. Many visitors become taken not only with the area’s rich culture of music, but also food, art, craftsmanship, and creativity, and decide to become full-time residents.

“Our city is made up of an eclectic mix of residents; from artists, musicians, chefs, and microbrewers to tech entrepreneurs and CEOs,” added Clayton. “The common threads that run through Nashville are creativity, individuality, and passion, and real estate is no different. We believe that each client deserves a personalized real estate experience delivered by a local expert, and Engel & Völkers gives our advisors the tools they need to provide the highest quality of custom client service, along with the exposure and reach that comes with being a part of a global network.”

Engel & Völkers operates a global network of over 11,000 real estate professionals in more than 30 countries. For more information, visit www.nashville.evrealestate.com.

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