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Stuart Tutler

Parks in Franklin recently welcomed Stuart Tutler to the Parks Family of REALTORS®. 

Parks in Franklin is pleased to welcome Stuart Tutler to the Parks Family of REALTORS®. 

Tutler received a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University and specializes in residential real estate. His previous experience includes 19 years in healthcare information systems and healthcare consulting, as well as 15 years as a head of school for a private institution that provides a quality education for low-income families.

These experiences have prepared Tutler for a career in real estate by showing him how to serve others, treat others well, listen to their needs and help where possible.

“I have heard nothing but great things about Parks,” Tutler said when asked why he chose to join the Parks Family of REALTORS®. “When I had the opportunity to experience it for myself, I was blown away by what Parks has to offer their clients and their agents.”

He’s wanted to be a real estate agent since he was young. Some of Tutler’s other inspirations came from his mother being an agent and his enjoyment of architecture, love for touring homes and the excitement of beginning a career where he can help others with one of the biggest financial decisions they will ever make.

“I truly feel like I have a whole team on my side,” Tutler said. “I love that I will have the Parks name behind me as I talk to people about real estate.”

In his spare time, Tutler enjoys exploring Nashville’s new restaurants and venues as the city grows. He is also an avid motorcycle rider who enjoys all the backroads Middle Tennessee has to offer. One of his favorite places to be is on the beach, preferably in the Caribbean.

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