Parks adds another Realtor to Brentwood office

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Debbie Morris

Parks in Brentwood has added Debbie Morris to the Parks Family of REALTORS®.

Parks in Brentwood has added Debbie Morris to the Parks Family of REALTORS®. 

Morris received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in marketing from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and began her career as a REALTOR® in 1994 in Indianapolis. Years later, she opened her own boutique brokerage, which she owned for 10 years. Following her time running her own company, she decided to rejoin with her original brokerage as their vice president of relocation and corporate services until later moving to Brentwood in 2017. 

Morris chose to become a real estate agent because she embodies the entrepreneurial spirit and has a passion for helping people through the emotional and detailed process of buying and selling their home. She finds great satisfaction in the moment her client finds their dream home, and her goal is to ensure that excitement lasts throughout the entire transaction. 

“I’ve always been drawn to local independent companies because real estate is a local process,” she said. “While real estate is local, I feel strongly that the company I affiliate with has a dominant local presence in addition to a global footprint. The professional culture and ‘Magnificent Life’ philosophy of Parks really resonated with me, coupled with the fabulous Cindy Stanton.”

Morris enjoys life in Brentwood with her husband and both of their teenage children since moving to the area to support their daughter’s passion for music. She has been enjoying the warmer weather since moving and looks forward to this new chapter with Parks Realty.

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