Rhey Houston

Realtor TN, GA

Rhey has built his expertise in Tri-state real estate over three decades. Through collaboration with homeowners, business leaders, land investors, developers, and local and regional contractors, Rhey has a track record for creating winning strategies for long-term success.

An Agriculture major at the University of Tennessee, Rhey’s passion for the outdoors plays a key role helping Clients envision and practice highest and best land usage, as well as responsibly developing and conserving thousands of acres throughout the Southeast.

A Tennessee community leader and connector, Rhey thoughtfully utilizes his decades of committed involvement to connect Clients with invaluable insights, opportunities, and resources. He has served on the Boards of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Chattanooga, Habitat for Humanity, Hospice Foundation, and First Things First.

He is the former Vice President of one of the nation’s most successful Caterpiller dealerships, an active member of TN Homebuilders Association, Ducks Unlimited, Chattanooga’s Highland Sportsman’s Club, and serves on the Foundation advisory boards for Tennessee Wildlife Resource and TN Future Farmers of America (FFA). He especially enjoys his work mentoring students for the TN Achieves/TN Promise program.

Rhey’s natural drive to serve and invest in meaningful relationships enables him to bring together creative solutions for Clients and action plans for maximum benefit.

Rhey and his wife of 22 years Jennifer, live in Ooltewah with son Noah, a sophomore and founding FFA member at Boyd Buchanan School.


  • Licensed Realtor, TN and GA
  • Expertise: Land conservation, development, investment strategies, highest and best use
  • 30 Years, Vice President Stowers, one of the nation’s most successful Caterpiller dealerships
  • Boards: Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Chattanooga, TN Infrastructure Alliance, Habitat for Humanity, Hospice Foundation TN Wildlife Resource Foundation, TN Future Farmers of America Foundation, First Things First
  • Community: TN Homebuilders Association, Associated General Contractors of East Tennessee, TN Forestry Association, Rotary International, TN Achieves/TN Promise mentor, Ducks Unlimited (lifetime member), Chattanooga’s Highland Sportsman’s Club
  • Media Coverage: The Chattanoogan, “Habitat for Humanity Appoints Houston”; FOX Chattanooga, “FFA Working for Wildlife” ; FirstThings.org, “Developing a Work Force”; CityScope Magazine, “Man’s Best Friend”; FirstBankOnline, “Leadership Chattanooga Board”