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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 the managing broker of our West Nashville office, Zach Brickner! Zach has been a part of the Parks family for nine months and a real estate agent for over seven and a half years.

Zach holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He joined the real estate industry straight out of college and now specializes in Nashville’s urban core — specifically the areas of Germantown, East Nashville, Sylvan Park, The Nations, and West End.

When asked why he chose to join the Parks Family of REALTORS®, Zach stated, “I chose Parks because I was leaving a five-year stint on a real estate team and I needed to excel in the items the team used to provide for me.” He continued,

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Parks is proud to highlight the managing broker of our Franklin office, Danny Anderson! With 37 years of experience in the real estate industry, Parks has been lucky enough to have Danny as part of the family for 10 years.

Danny holds a Master of Education degree from the University of Memphis and specializes in historic properties in Historic Franklin and around Williamson County. Prior to real estate, he worked in many different industries. While teaching in Florida after college, Danny had the opportunity to be a press correspondent for “The Lexington Progress” newspaper for the launches of Apollo 12 and 13. He even got to sit next to Walter Cronkite and Jules Bergman during the launches. To top off the already unbelievable experience, Danny’s

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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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Parks is proud to highlight the managing broker of our Brentwood office, Cindy Stanton! With 22 years of experience in the real estate industry, Cindy holds the title of Principal Broker and has spent her last six years as part of the Parks family. 

After 16 years with the same company, Cindy decided to rebrand herself with Parks. She loved being a managing broker, and, at the time, there wasn’t an opening here. Cindy stated, “I love being part of a strong, independent brokerage. I knew I was taking a risk because there wasn’t a place for a managing broker, but I was willing to wait.” She continued, "I'd always admired Parks from the outside and suspected that it was a very special place to work. It's hard to define, but once you're here, you just

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There’s no denying that this is a rough time for most of us; even if we are not being directly affected by Covid-19, having to stay home is still difficult for all but the most introverted. The good news is that the United States National Parks has released an exciting new feature whereby we can all visit our parks virtually, right from the safety of our homes!

Simply follow the links below to visit each one of these national treasures and virtually “walk” along some of the most beautiful natural trails in the world. We hope this allows you to escape the four walls of your home, even if just in your imagination, even if for just an hour or two.

Arches National Park
Utah, U.S.

Just five miles north of Moab in Utah,

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Even during this time of social distancing and spending more time at home, there are still opportunities to explore. This list brings you some of the best animal live streams from across the country, and even the world! You'll get to see your favorite animals and sea creatures all from the comforts of your own home. Let us know what your favorite stream is in the comments below!

Chattanooga Zoo
Chattanooga, Tennessee

The mission of the Chattanooga Zoo is to engage and inspire the community to better understand and preserve wildlife through meaningful connections between people and animals! Their intimate, innovative exhibits, wide-ranging educational offerings, and commitment to conservation are what makes them

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If you are looking for new ways to improve your home this year, take note of what is IN this year. The 2017 home design trends have a lot to do with color, texture, shapes, simplified living spaces, and taking traditional designs and putting a modern spin on them.

Textured Furniture


Textured furniture is different and unique and is making its way into 2017 because of the way designers want their customers to be more in touch with textures. Anything from pleats, foldings, cotton, velvet, and wool will be making it’s way in homes this year. This is coming from a larger macro trend of comfort according to Patti Carpenter, the Global Trend Ambassador and Creative Director from Carpenter Co. She adds “you will continue to see faux fur, mohair, and

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November Newsletter

Taste of Nashville

A night to celebrate Nashville’s premier culinary destinations will be on November 4th from 7pm-12am. This food festival will feature Nashville’s best restaurants, bars, desert-makers, distillers, brewers, and more. The Taste of Nashville is the longest running food festival in the area and benefits the Boys and Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee, W.O Smith Music School, and more. Support Nashville’s youth by coming out to eat and drink. You can purchase tickets here.


Brunch & Bid

Gather for the 16th Annual Brunch and Bid for an afternoon of delicious food, silent and live auctions and special appearances from Tennessee’s School for the Blind’s choir and santa! 100% of the proceeds go

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