Nate J. Greene made his first strides in the real estate market way back in 1975, initially starting his venture as a real estate broker in the residential sector. After a few years, he affiliated with the Carl Storey Company and eventually founded TVG, Inc. with partner Tony Vaughn in 1988.
Rise to Fame
Nate’s strong analytical skills and experience in the real market industry eventually led him to become a Certified Commercial Investment Manager (CCIM). The certification serves as a testament to his extensive experience and success in the commercial real estate sector.
Having amassed a glowing track record in sales, leasing, and advising commercial and industrial properties, Nate founded NAI Nashville in the early ‘90s.
Colliers International Nashville
Nate is considered one of the leading authorities in the Nashville real estate market and was the key driving force behind developing the Nashville Colliers International office in 2010.
He is an indispensable part of a team of experienced leaders that have contributed significantly to Colliers’ rise to a global stalwart in the field of commercial property sales, leasing and property management.
Professional Real Estate Accomplishments
Community Involvement: Nashville and Middle Tennessee
The success of his initiatives correlates to the opportunities he’s been given. Recognizing the valuable experiences he’s achieved, Nate uses the opportunity to get involved in Nashville’s community to help others find success.
Founder of The Tennessee Tubs & a Member of Nashville’s Porsche Community
Nate had his first experience of driving a car – a Porsche 365C Coupe owned by his father – in 1964 at the tender age of 12. That was the beginning of his love affair with Porsche – a hobby and a passion that has allowed him to meet some exceptional people in the world.
Nate’s First Car
His childhood experience inspired the purchase of his first car –1964 356 Cabriolet – while in college. Having bought it in 1973, Nate used the car regularly during his college days for over two years.
He sold the car following his graduation to buy something more practical but vowed to purchase another Porsche.
A Prized Asset
Nate did fulfill his promise and managed to buy, restore, and sell many 365’s over the years until he came across a red 1965 356C Cabriolet. He bought it way back in 1988 – the same year when he laid the foundations of TVG, Inc. – and still owns the vehicle to date.
The red Porsche has been a witness to his success story as a real estate broker for over three decades, and it remains his go-to mode of transportation when he goes to breakfast with his wife Kim on the weekends. Their favorite spots include Nashville's Pancake Pantry, and The Loveless Cafe.
Nate’s hobby eventually prompted him to lay the foundations of the Tennessee Tubs in the Nashville Porsche Community.