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Realtor joins Parks in Franklin

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Tevis Denise

Tevis Denise is a Realtor with Parks in Franklin.

Parks in Franklin has added Tevis Denise to the Parks Family of REALTORS®.

Denise attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where she studied social work and fine arts. Prior to real estate, she worked as a social worker and as a mother. This experience turned her into somewhat of a counselor and life coach, while also teaching her how to be insightful, resourceful and savvy. She understands that sensibility, perception and discernment are required to cultivate an environment that is sustainable.

“I quickly realized that Danny Anderson, the managing broker of Parks in Franklin, and his agents are expressly interested in helping me succeed,” Denise said. “He fosters an atmosphere of education and character development. I want people to know that I am a reflection of the Parks model and see me as a picture of what it is like to live in our city.”

Denise chose to become a real estate agent because she appreciates change, new trends, creative ideas and the evolution of our cities. Through real estate, she can master techniques in selling and negotiating, as well as blessing other's lives in the process.

In her spare time, she enjoys being an active part of the beautiful, historic community of Franklin. She is a member of the Williamson County Arts Council and the Heritage Foundation. Denise and her family love supporting the arts and culture of the area; they even break out the paint to have art nights at home.

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