Christie Greenaway, an Honored Member of Cambridge Who's Who, Recognized for Early Achievements in the Real Estate Industry: Broker in Charge of North Carolina-Based Realty Set to Embark on Land Development Deals in Tennessee

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Christie Greenaway, real estate broker and owner of Mountain High Realty, Inc and broker of Mountain High Stone Cottages, LLC, has been acknowledged by Cambridge Who's Who for achieving remarkably high sales during her first two years as a broker.

    Greenaway, a member of Cambridge Who's Who since 2006, chose the real estate industry as a profession because it combined her two great loves - sales and her affection for people. She established Mountain High Realty, Inc. after obtaining her broker's certificate in October of 2005. She then began specializing in commercial and large tracts of land.

Not one to rest on her laurels, Greenaway is also tackling several land development projects in Roan Mountain, Mountain City and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. In 2006, Greenaway started selling a very unique, cottage style house, which featured stone inside and out. She introduced two wonderful businessmen to one another and Mountain High Stone Cottages, LLC was founded. The development and sales of these unique stone cottages has tripled since the fall of 2006.

Greenaway also works with several builders in the area such as Woods Hill Log Homes with the development of Buffalo Ridge, Jim Heaton Homes Inc., and The River Log Homes and Christian Retreat.

Greenaway attributes her success to hard work, dedication and a strong spiritual base. For more information about Mountain High Realty, Inc. and to take advantage of its MLS service, visit

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