Blackwell Realty & Auction

The Smith County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ground-breaking ceremony on June 8th for Blackwell Realty & Auction, Smith County Office.  This fast-growing real estate company was established seven years ago by John Blackwell.   This agency has grown to more than 130 agents, with offices at Leeville Pike in Lebanon and East Trinity Lane in Nashville.  Blackwell Realty services clients in a vast area of Middle Tennessee.  Due to their rapid increase of Smithy County Customers and clients, Mr. Blackwell is constricting a new facility located on Upper Ferry Road in Carthage. “we are excited about this project. We are doing to provide the most effective service for home buyers, home sellers and real estate investors.  “We are pleased to provide this convenience for our past, present and future customers of Smith County and surrounding areas.” Mr. Blackwell and his team are hoping to have the facility open within the next 6 months.  There are several local agents who have serviced Smith County for several years.  Judy Smith, a 28-year veteran realtor will be the managing broker for the office. Josh Kirby and his team will be providing real estate service along with an auction service for Middle Tennessee property owners.  We are always available to assist you with your real estate needs.  We can be reached at our Lebanon office by calling 615-444-0072. Come join the excitement at Blackwell Realty and Auction, Smith County.


Attending the groundbreaking were Blackwell owners, John and Christy Blackwell: Blackwell Realty Agents- Judy Smith Lacey Crockett, Josh Kirby, Jennifer Haden, Harli Newman, John Wilhelm, Michael Woodard, Lisa King, Tammy Buie, Mike Eaton, Mike Kingery, Melissa Todd-Hughes, Jennifer Stroud, and Aletha James; Mark Dillon – Farm Credit Mid-America, Bill Woodard – Smith County Chamber of Commerce, Laura Piper – Wilson Bank & Trust, Smith County Mayor Michael Nesbitt, David Bass and Jeremy Hassler – Bass & Bass Attorney, Walter Glen and Helen Birdwell, Anthony Apple and David West – Citizens Bank. Matt Watts – Carthage City Council, Mark Jones, George Horn, Amie Blanchard, Jacqueline Carver – Sanderson Funeral Home, Rory Lithgow and Amie Blanchard – InterLinc Mortgage Services and Connie Cripps – DTC  Representative

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