Tracie Gaia is a native Memphian and has been selling real estate since 1999. She attended Memphis College of Art and has an extensive education in color, interior design and floor planning.
Tracie’s first involvement in real estate was as a co-owner in a Midtown Memphis real estate firm. She decided to become more involved with Buyers and Sellers and less on office management so she moved on strictly to residential sales. From 2001-2006 She focused on working with Developers in helping to incorporate residential living in the Downtown Memphis area. Tracie has worked with a number of prominent builders during the construction stage to assist them in utilizing space, selecting interior finishes and providing the needed amenities that a homeowner expects.
Tracie assist Sellers in preparing their home for the current market, and provides them with a good and thorough understanding of the process involved. When working with Sellers she assesses the homes interior design and offers staging suggestions to allow the property to appeal to a larger range of potential Buyers.
Tracie works with Buyers to negotiate a fair and equitable price and examines in detail the property to be purchased. She lends her eye for interior design, knowledge of the current trends and provides all the necessary data to give the Buyer the confidence and information they need in order to properly present an offer. Tracie is totally committed to each transaction from beginning to end.
Rental property is another avenue of real estate that Tracie provides to her clientele. If you are looking for a rental property or even lease out your personal home or condo; Tracie will treat this transaction with the utmost care and diligence.
Tracie is a mother of two and is a member of the Catholic Diocese of Memphis. She has renovated homes in Downtown, Midtown and East Memphis. Everyone deserves a home that they can enjoy and be proud of and Tracie’s goal is to help you find yours.
Her service areas are: Downtown, Midtown, East Memphis, Bartlett, Germantown, Cordova, Collierville, Lakeland, Arlington and Eads. All of the Greater Memphis Shelby County and Fayette County.