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AnnBuchanan

About Ann Buchanan

I am a native of Huntsville, Al, where I attended the University of Alabama, Huntsville. My husband and I have lived in Hendersonville, Tn for the past 31 years. My favorite role is “Granna”. I have two adult children, Rachelle and Benjamin .  I’ve been married to the same man for 36 wonderful years. He helps me with marketing and takes me on two cruises a year. Who could ask for more? I’m a regular donor the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and the MS foundation.

In 1991, my husband Maury & I founded Mission Discovery, which is a short-term mission organization allowing children and adults to experience week-long mission trips around the world. I was able to travel to Guatemala in 2006 & 2008 to study Spanish at the Christian Spanish Academy. Although not fluent in Spanish, studying there helped me to understand and negotiate with the Latin community better.

I hold the ABR,CRS, E-pro, GRI & SFR designations. These designations and certifications help me to be a strong negotiator, a successful buyer’s specialist, and the best listing agent you will find. I have served as secretary and 2010 President for the Women’s Council of Realtors in Sumner County. I also currently serve as first vice president for the Sumner Association of Realtors. “My mission is to make every home buying and selling experience a pleasant one”

I was voted 2017 “Best Realtor” in Sumner County’s Sumner’s Choice Awards!

I’m proud to be a part of the official real estate partner of the Nashville Predators, ReMax Elite Hendersonville, TN!  Go Preds!

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