Kesha Morton

WEICHERT, REALTORS® - The Andrews Group - Mount Juliet

About Kesha Morton

Lakesha has lived in the Nashville area for over 20 years and has a deep connection to the city. She also has a profound understanding of the real estate opportunities in the Nashville market, and is honored to share her knowledge with her growing client base. Lakesha enjoys country - quiet life in Lebanon, TN, along with her husband Jerry and two boys, Kam and Myles.

Born in Chattanooga and raised in the Nashville area, you can pretty much call Lakesha a TN girl. She witnessed the city’s great transformation – from a small and somewhat and desolate downtown into a bustling metropolitan city that retains its small-town feel. Her intimate knowledge of this region, and experiences of having lived here most of her life gives her excitement and a desire to make her home, your home. She prides herself on genuine service and advancing the most successful outcomes for each of her clients. Watching her father, a local News Videographer and Photojournalist, ignited her passion for community involvement and becoming a valuable source of information to others.

With her military background, Lakesha understands that successful outcomes stem from habits over talent. She is a stickler for details and believes small acts such as making a bed to perfection each morning can influence the rest of a person’s day. Her Navy experience also infused a spirit of sincere service and responsibility to create solutions to problems. This commitment to client satisfaction is the foundation of her business and success. Lakesha provides excellent service, peace of mind, and ease for her clients throughout the decision-making process.

When she’s not working with clients or attending classes, you can find Lakesha rock climbing, woodworking, spending time with family and friends, and exploring the city’s old and new beauty. Lakesha’s time spent overseas led to her fostering a love for architecture and is currently an Interior Design student at Belmont University in Nashville.