WHO WE ARE
T. C. Lewis & Co. is a multi-faceted, boutique real estate firm operating in Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina focusing on a full-service approach to real estate, including: Property Management, Real Estate Sales, Development, Construction, and Investments. Service offerings may vary between regional offices, but the expertise doesn't waver.
The award-winning company has been highlighted in the Financial Times inaugural The Fastest Growing Companies in the Americas 2020, coming in at No. 36. The firm has also been featured in Inc. magazine as one of the Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in America (No. 128), No. 2 in Tennessee, and ranks No. 7 in real estate in the US. In addition, it has been named Best of Property Management for nine years running, been given the Tennessee Business Excellence Award, named Community Supporter of the Year, Builder of the Year, and plays home to One of the 10 Best Brokers in Tennessee, the Tri-Cities Favorite Realtor, multiple Business Journal magazine 40 Under Forty honorees, Distinguished Alumni honorees, an International High IQ Society member, a Mountain South magazine Sexy Successful Single, and staff published in and recognized by numerous industry-related publications and community organizations.
The corporate office is located in downtown Asheville, North Carolina supporting regional offices throughout the Mountain South. The name T. C. Lewis goes back four generations in the founding President's family, as does the importance of grit, entrepreneurial work ethic, integrity, and dependability.
Best Multi-Faceted Boutique Firm
Asheville, NC - It was announced by Build magazine that T. C. Lewis & Co. has been named the Best Multi-Faceted Boutique Firm in the Southeast. Click for more...
Acquisition of Single-Family Homes
Johnson City, TN - T. C. Lewis & Co. is proud to announce the acquisition of nearly a dozen more single family homes in the downtown district of Johnson City, Tennessee to add to it's earlier acquisitions of more than 50. Renovations have been underway since the initial acquisitions were completed. "To say that some of these homes were in need of work is a real understatement. But the neighbors and city seem to be pleased with the results so far." The homes are being held and leased.