Nashville Realtor, Gary Ashton started in his career in real estate sales in 2001, and quickly became part of the top 1% of Realtors in the country. His team have also became the number 1 real estate team with RE/MAX Advantage, which consists of more than 50 Nashville Realtors. Since 2001, Gary has focused his attention on gaining a strong internet presence, and on refining his sales and marketing process to generate enough leads to keep more than 70 full-time buyer's agents happy.
In March 2015 it was announced at the annual RE/MAX convention in Las Vegas that Gary's team was the number 5 RE/MAX team in the world as well as being number 3 in the USA. In Tennessee, Gary's team is the number one team out of all real estate companies, including RE/MAX, Keller Williams, Bob Parks, Crye Leike and many more.
At this time he was part of RE/MAX Elite but in September of 2015 Gary was presented with an opportunity he could not refuse and he decided to start RE/MAX Advantage along with co owners Debra Beagle and Jonny Lee.
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