Meet Lorie

Named TOP 5% of Nashville Realtors®

by Nashville Real Producers

This concierge agent is a quick-minded business manager who also combines the caring attentiveness of your mother with the vivacious ease of your best friend. Business manager/mother/best friend: You don’t hear that everyday about a Realtor, but it is exactly how clients describe Lorie Lytle. She thrives on helping people assimilate into the community, as she remembers the unsettling feeling of moving to a new city so many years ago. Whether you are a Buyer or a Seller, she takes pride in being the “go to person” for her clients. For recommendations from local hair care to healthcare, movers to maintenance, Lorie’s here to help, all while securing the best value for your home.

As when she previously worked in the music industry and, later, as part of various philanthropic endeavors, Lorie has earned great loyalty and enthusiastic referrals among clients. She has an extensive knowledge of the local market, keen instincts about what people desire and a commitment to guiding clients as she would advise her own family. Her level of care lightened by more than occasional laughter, makes every experience with Lorie as enjoyable as it is beneficial.



    “A home, whether buying or selling one, is a huge decision,” Lytle says, “and its execution requires honest conversation and hard work. It is exciting to listen to and understand the wishes of clients, then connect them with what fulfills their particular desires. People call me a connector. I’ve always had a knack for meeting people and then linking them to other people or things that they need or want.”

    After graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill with a business degree, Lorie moved to Nashville to connect herself to one of her passions—music. She worked at MCA, Capitol Records, as well as Virgin Records, where she was appointed VP of Publicity. At all these labels she connected the music she loved to the worlds of media, creating professional liaisons and fostering relationships. After having children, she left the record company life to become a stay-at-home mom and community volunteer.

    During that time, Lorie continued to use her gift of linking people to their needs. She was instrumental in launching her church’s Orphan, Foster Care and Adoption ministry. She and her husband John wanted to connect others to the joy they knew as adoptive parents. As a part of the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Leadership Council, Lorie founded a music retreat for people with intellectual disabilities. This enabled campers from around the country to join with Nashville artists, songwriters, and producers on the campus of Vanderbilt University for music enrichment and research. After the camp lost funding from the federal government, Lorie approached The Academy of Country Music. That initiative now is in its eleventh year of Academy sponsorship. Currently, she serves as Vice Chair of the board for the ACM Lifting Lives foundation. Throughout this time, she also continued to work on special projects for John’s artist management company.

    After raising her children, Lorie, transitioned into a career helping others build financial security through real estate ownership. She uses her talents to steer her clients through the real estate process with ease. She makes the needs of her clients, whether first-time homebuyers or seasoned sellers, the top priority.

    • Education
    • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Bachelors of Science, Business Administration
    • Professional
    • Greater Nashville Association of Realtors
    • Greater Nashville Realtors Housing Opportunities & Affordability Committee Member
    • Greater Nashville Association Education Award
    • Pricing Strategy Analyst
    • Accredited Home Stager RE
    • Virgin Records America, Inc., Vice President of Publicity
    • Capitol Records, Vice President of Publicity
    • MCA/Universal Records, Director of Publicity
    • Community
    • Academy of Country Music Lifting Lives, Chair
    • Academy of Country Music, Diversity and Inclusion Task Force
    • Fridrich & Clark Agents Foundation, Selection Committee
    • Vanderbilt Kennedy Center (Developmental Disabilities Research), Leadership Council
    • Orphan Foster Car & Adoption Ministry Brentwood United Methodist Church, Committee member
    • Hand In Hand Options, Development Committee