Damon Smith is a well educated, high energy, top-producing, full-time Realtor with deep knowledge of the middle Tennessee area. With a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration focused on marketing Damon will honestly and ethically guide you through the buying and/or selling process of your current real estate situation. He is affiliated with the most respected Berkshire Hathaway Woodmont Realty. As you can see, his clients reviews of his business are important!
During the last 12 months alone, Smith has handled 100+ residential sales and over $25,000,000 in volume in the Middle Tennessee area. Damon was named the #1 Agent in the State of Tennessee by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services and honored with the "Diamond Award" by the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors.
Damon was named "Rookie of the Year" in 2012 with a remarkable 24 real estate transactions within his first 10 months in the business. 5 of those properties he sold within first 3 days of list for full asking price. In 2013, He handled 45 transactions and over $7,000,000 in volume and has been named a top agent multiple times within his company. In, 2014, Smith handled 85 + transactions and over $22,000,000 in volume.
Damon has experience with residential listings, active buyers, HUD homes, foreclosures, farms and residential lots. Damon has successfully managed and sold listings from $150,000 to well over $4,000,000.
"With my personal motto of Strive for Success," I am committed to being your REALTOR. I am backed by a powerhouse company in Berkshire Hathaway Woodmont Realty. When you combine my drive, commitment, and perseverance and the power of team. I am confident that we can accomplish what you are looking for in any real estate transaction. I am available any time to answer or meet with you on any real estate matters. I look forward to hearing from you. You won''''t regret it!" says Smith.
Smith has also paved his way through Music City as a country music entertainer and you will also find him sharing his passion of the sport of wrestling where he was the assistant coach at Father Ryan high school in Nashville and a part of 4 state championship teams and 18 individual state champions.