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Parks is proud to highlight the managing broker of our Green Hills office, Hagan Stone! Hagan has been a part of the Parks family for three years and a real estate agent for the past 21 years.

Hagan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communication from Belmont University. Prior to real estate, he worked for a large advertising agency in the marketing communication field. During his time there, Hagan had the opportunity to work with national clients like Bridgestone and Dometic Corporation. When it comes to the real estate industry, he specializes in buyer and seller representation.

Hagan chose to become a real estate agent because he has always had a passion for architecture and design, as well as helping people achieve their dreams.

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Parks is proud to highlight one of our amazing agents from our Murfreesboro office, Robin Seay! She has been a member of the Parks family since she joined the real estate industry five years ago and specializes in first-time homebuyers, as well as new construction.

Robin is a part of the Bud George Team – one of Parks’ highest producing real estate teams. She is known for the enthusiasm and excellence she brings to every transaction. Robin is a professional through and through that not only leads by example in her office, but also in the greater Murfreesboro community.

Prior to real estate, Robin worked as a brand ambassador, a trade show specialist, and in accounts receivable for Aramark at Middle Tennessee State University for three years.

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Parks is proud to highlight one of our amazing agents from our West Nashville office, Anna Hollingsworth! She has been a member of the Parks family for a year and a half and joined us when she first became a real estate agent.

Anna earned a degree in Public Relations from The University of Alabama and minored in Political Science. She specializes in public relations and marketing, but also has extensive experience in social media marketing, branding, and content development.

Prior to a career in real estate, Anna worked for public figure Al Gore and then in public affairs for a large financial corporation before stepping into real estate marketing. She felt that her background in marketing, matched with the high level of service required to work

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Parks is proud to highlight the managing broker of our Murfreesboro office, Dawne Davis! She joined the real estate industry and the Parks family in June of 2004.

Dawne holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences from Hollins University in Virginia. Prior to real estate, she worked in the political and non-profit fundraising world in Washington, D.C. She now specializes in residential sales and relocation.

When asked why she chose to join the Parks Family of REALTORS®, Dawne stated, “After interviewing at two competing companies, I knew the minute I walked into the Parks in Brentwood office that I was home. Since then, I've never looked back!” She chose to step into the real estate industry because she enjoys working with people and

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Parks is proud to highlight one of our outstanding agents from our Brentwood office, Scott Klein! With only one year of experience in the industry, Scott has had an incredibly fast start to his real estate career and is closing in on nearly 30 homes sold so far.

Scott attended Harper College in Palatine, Illinois, and earned an associate’s degree in Business and Finance. Post-college, he spent six years working in the construction industry where he did everything from painting to electrical and carpentry. After his time in construction, Scott moved into an administrative role for big tobacco and worked hand-in-hand with the Food and Drug Administration for 12 years. During his time in the tobacco industry, he worked in many cities and played a

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Millennials, you’re buying your first homes! Congratulations: it’s exciting to see so many of you settling in. If you’re a millennial who is trying to decide when you’re ready to buy your first house, Parks has you covered with our First Home Purchaser’s Readiness Checklist

Financial Readiness

Financial readiness is, without a doubt, the most important factor in successfully purchasing your first home without experiencing the pangs of buyer’s remorse that are felt by a reported 81% of millennial homeowners. 

Take the following steps to prepare yourself financially for homeownership.

  • Reduce or eliminate all other debt.

High-interest consumer debt, student loans, and sizable car payments will all affect your ability to

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While some potential homeowners were unable to purchase a property this summer due to fierce competition and a short supply, many experts say autumn is actually the best time to shop. With fewer people in the market to buy a home, and those who listed properties before still anxious to sell, this season creates a greater probability for better deals and price.

The biggest thing that can help facilitate real estate sales at this time of year is that most homes still on the market have been there for some time - usually a few months, according to Trulia. Sellers are more likely to bring down their prices and provide a little more wiggle room than they might have during the summer to get a deal done expediently, especially if they're looking to sell

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