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Veteran real estate agent Marla Richardson joins Parks

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Marla Richardson

Veteran real estate agent Marla Richardson recently joined Parks in Brentwood.

Parks in Brentwood is pleased to welcome Marla Richardson to the Parks Family of REALTORS®. 

Richardson has 20 years of experience in real estate and averages $20 million in sales per year. This experience allows her to provide her clients with invaluable insight and reassurance that they have someone on their side who knows the ins and outs of the business. 

“I chose Parks for their involvement in the community, the wide range of new technology and the chance to make some amazing connections,” Richardson said when asked why she chose to join the Parks Family of REALTORS®. “The support Parks offers is tremendous, and it was time for me to grow.”

Richardson chose to become a real estate agent because “Making Home a Reality” for her clients brings her great joy. She has a passion for helping people sell their homes or find the home of their dreams. With her business built around repeats and referrals, she treats her clients like members of her own family. 

Another major influence in Richardson’s decision to pursue a career in real estate was the legacy of her mother, Glenda Merhoff, who was a pioneer in the industry during the 1970s and one of the first female REALTORS® in Tennessee, making Richardson as second-generation agent.

Richardson received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in marketing from Tennessee Tech University and specializes in buying, selling, relocation and negotiation.

Professionally, she holds many accolades, including selling between 40-50 homes per year, holding a spot as a top producing agent for over 16 years and being the top agent at her previous firm. She works with clients primarily in Williamson County and the Middle Tennessee area.

Outside of real estate, Richardson’s life is complete with three beautiful children, two dogs and a cat. She is a Nashville native and is highly involved in the community in both volunteer and professional organizations.

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