With a creative yet no-nonsense approach to buying and selling homes and experience as a real estate investor, Elizabeth represents clients with results-driven service. She was the 2015 Top Producing New Agent with Christianson Patterson Courtney & Associates and received the 2015 Education Achievement Award from the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors. Elizabeth places a high value on keeping her clients engaged and fully informed every step of the way, and her background in executive coaching and leadership development provides a deep bag of skills she uses to exceed expectations.
A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Elizabeth started her professional life as a newspaper reporter and business columnist for The Nashville Banner. She is the co-author of a best-selling book on ethical business leadership, The Transparency Edge: How Credibility Can Make or Break You in Business (McGraw-Hill), which was translated into four languages and chosen by Fast Company magazine as a book of the month.
Other Names Used: Elizabeth McGuire, Elizabeth P. McGuire
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