Steve Townes joined Worth Properties, LLC after a highly successful 25-year career in corporate sales management and marketing, where he worked with Fortune 500 companies and other multi-national corporations. A native of the Nashville area, Steve graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. His career has taken him to Chicago and Cincinnati before relocating back to the Nashville area in 2003.
Steve has been married to his wife, Cindy, for 30 years and enjoys spending time with their college-aged son, Spencer. Together he and his family enjoy golf, following their favorite sports teams, and traveling. Steve loves giving back to this great community and currently serves on several local committees including the usher group at his local church and board positions with the Belmont Mansion Association and Belmont Foundation. He also enjoys participating in local Habitat for Humanity build projects and helping out at Graceworks.
Nashville is a dynamic, growing city with many options in the real estate market. Whether you are buying or selling, Steve will provide you with a combination of his Greater Nashville area knowledge and extensive background in sales, marketing, and negotiations.
Steve is a member of the Greater Nashville Realtors, the Tennessee Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. He is also a multi-year recipient of GNR’s “Award of Excellence”, awarded for sales volume and transactions. His client list includes executives with HCA, Nissan, Belmont, Vanderbilt, First Fleet, The Active Network, Asurion, LKQ Corporation, UPS, Tractor Supply, Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation and Delek, to name a few.
“Being part of Worth Properties, LLC enables me to offer a distinct level of service and support to my clients. Whether you are relocating, selling your existing property, searching for your next dream home, or looking to invest in real estate, my commitment to you is exceptional service to help you reach your real estate goals and dreams.”