Meet the Agent

Benchmark Realty

Real Estate in Williamson County, Tennessee!!

It is my pleasure to represent buyers and sellers in Williamson County including Franklin, Brentwood, Spring Hill, Thompsons Station, College Grove, Arrington and Nolensville. I am dedicated to providing the finest service available. You deserve an experienced Realtor to guide you through the entire process. I am here for you.

If you are a buyer, it would be my pleasure to help you find your next home and make sure you have everything you need to take care of that home and enjoy the community you're living in. Relocating from out of town? Your time to search for a home will most likely be limited. That's why we start the home search before you ever get here. On a daily basis, I send you information on homes for sale that meet your preferences. As we discuss these listings, I learn more about what you like (and don't like!). We talk about the way you and your family live your life, not just how many bedrooms and baths you want! We also chat about the fact that your home is a financial asset. While I want you to love the home you buy, I also want you to maximize your investment potential and understand how things like schools, shopping, a garage, utility easements, zoning and neighborhood amenities may affect your resale value.

Whether local or long distance, I can help take care of your move every step of the way. My family has moved eight times and on four occasions relocated out of state (with three children). I understand what you're going through. Let me help make it as easy as possible. Call Me - 615-456-4432


Benchmark Realty 318 Seaboard Lane, Suite 115 Franklin, TN 37067 License #301661 615-371-1544
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    March 2015 Sales Statistics Home buying season has arrived as Williamson County home sales increased 16% for the month of March compared to this time last year. Not only are sales up, but median home prices for single-family residential units rose 3.7% from March 2014 levels. “The warmer weather of home buying season is upon […]