I’m not sure how many people can say they’ve been in sales of land, farm, and timber since their undergraduate days, but I’m proud to say that I have. Growing up in Nashville, a growing city yet surrounded by unbridled nature, I’ve always had an appreciation for the land and materials around me. Whether or not that’s what led me to sales in college, I think I can say it’s why I felt comfortable with my products and why I was good at moving them.
As a Junior and Senior at Sewanee, I interned at Equitable and knew that I wanted to return to Nashville and work there after graduation. I wanted to be in an industry that allowed me to be creative and flexible. When I successfully drove a tractor from River Road through Belle Meade and Green Hills to Land’s house in 12 South, I was offered a full-time job with the company.
Real estate brokerage is simply aiding an individual, partnership, or company to make a decision that is justifiable. It’s a simple process when you break it down, but I love bringing individuals’ and partnerships’ ideas to fruition through site selection and bringing two parties together to get things done. I enjoy being out in the field, scouting potential properties and spaces for my clients as well as exploring new markets across the country.
When I’m not out in the field scouting sites, I’m out in the field Flatpicking my guitar and jamming in bluegrass circles. I spend a lot of nights at the Station Inn and during the summer you can find me at the Friends of Warner Parks’ Full Moon Picking Party.