Bryant, AR: Crye-Leike Real Estate Services would like to recognize members of the Bryant and Benton branch offices for their recent participation with Saline County Habitat for HumanitysREALTORBuild Day.

On Tuesday, October 10th, the South Central ArkansasREALTORSAssociation teamed up with Saline Countys Habitat for Humanity to co-host aREALTOR build. The build took place at 1607 Hope Lane in Benton, Arkansas.

Principal Broker of Crye-Leike Bryant, Jeremiah Oltmans, headed a team of six to participate in this years Build Day. The team was made up of Crye-LeikeREALTORS Joseph Bush, Joan Hunter, Julie Sproul, Diane Barsotti, and Kim Phan. Joining the Bryant team was Managing Broker of Crye-Leikes Benton office, Karen Crowson, along with REALTORS Billie Jean Baldwin and Jackie Flowers. Realty Title Bentons Amy Seagraves, Waynel Arnold, and Stephanie Taylor were also there to extend a helping hand.

This is the 8thyear that the Bryant office has participated in this charity event. "I love participating with Habitat for Humanity. Its a great way to give back to a community that has given so much to me and my profession," said Oltmans.

Through the efforts of the Crye- Leike team and other Saline County Habitat for Humanity volunteers, a new home will now be available to offer to a deserving family in need. To learn more about how you can volunteer with Saline County Habitat for Humanity go to

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