Williams to join Town & Country Realtors®
The team at Town & Country REALTORS® continues to grow as local real estate investor Ginger Williams comes aboard. Along with her background in marketing, Ginger brings her experience working with local business owners as the editor of the Jackson Business Journal and account executive as VIP Magazine.
“I love finding great deals and making wise investments and can't wait to teach and serve others,” Ginger said. "Real estate is the perfect way for me to connect families, business owners and investors with the best property to help them create a home or grow their business.
“Our Town & Country family is very excited to welcome Ginger,” Town & Country REALTORS® owner Joey Hale said. “Our firm has previously partnered with her on several investment properties, and we are pleased to officially bring her talents to the team.”
Ginger’s passion for service and real estate helped cement her decision to become a REALTOR® here and be a part of Town & Country’s strong reputation in the community for helping people and valuing integrity in every transaction.
Town and Country is actively preserving it’s 50 year legacy and I’m excited to be a part of its future. They have a deep commitment to see their agents succeed, and they have the best training and support system in the city.”
Ginger also brings with her an immense love of Jackson, which led her to join the team of authors of Jackson’s own history book, Jackson & Madison County: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow.
“Jackson is at a turning point in its history,” she said. “This city is experiencing new energy across the board and is set to grow exponentially in the next few years. I especially love the strong presence of local art and the local people who love Jackson. This is my hometown, and I am so excited to be part of a team that loves this city as much as I do!”
For over 50 years, Town & Country REALTORS® has been serving the West Tennessee community with excellence and integrity. For more information about Town & Country and the services provided, call 731-668-7000, visit the website, or drop by the office at 1944 Hwy 45 Bypass. Email Ginger Williams, or call 731-426-2855 to contact her.