Cathy Wood, Vice-President, CRS, GRI, Circle of Excellence Hometown Girl! A true Nashville native, Cathy grew up on and still owns her family farm. They say “farms grow good people,” and Cathy is exactly that.
Leaving Nashville in 1986, Cathy spent 10 years in the Los Angeles area raising a daughter and managing the ERA Real Estate Office in Redondo Beach, CA. Shortly after returning in Nashville in 1996, Cathy started working with Crye-Leike Realtors. In 2003 her husband, Jim Wood, joined her and they have been working together ever since. Over the years Cathy and Jim have assisted over 500 families in the purchase and sale of their homes in the Middle Tennessee area. Also, during this time, their daughter graduated from The University of Tennessee and has since started her own family.
Cathy has earned the title of Vice President at Crye-Leike; Past President of the Civitan Club of Mt.Juliet; and is currently serving on the Board of the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center. When not helping clients with real estate, Cathy spends time with her family on the family farm growing/harvesting herbs, vegetables and along with Jim bottling their famous hot sauce for friends, family and clients.
Jim Wood, Top 25 Realtor at Crye-Leike, One of the First Realtors in Tennessee to attain the E-Pro Certification.
While working in the Internet Division at AT&T I realized that one of the industries that was about to change with the Internet was Real Estate. The Internet would make all the old ideas in selling Real Estate obsolete, overnight. Working with my wife Cathy Wood, whom already had many years in Real Estate both as an Office Manager and an Agent, in 2003 we developed www.NashvilleHomeSearcher.com, one of the first Real Estate search sites in Nashville. NashvilleHomeSearcher.com was the first Locally owned realtor site. Now we 've moved away from websites to Social Media staying in touch with our several hundred clients through Facebook, Twitter ( Now X), and the Nashville Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
Today we prudly support.The Special Olympics of Tennessee, The United Way and The Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center, Ronald McDonald House and The Help Center of Mt. Juliet.
Cathy and Jim's Guide to Selling Your Nashville Home