With more than 10+ years experience in real estate, Wendy Suttle is one of the top Realtors® in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee market. She has always maintained a focus on delighting clients by providing exemplary service. Having been a teacher before, her ability to listen, educate, and communicate effortlessly enables her to deliver a truly remarkable experience to home buyers and sellers.
Further, Wendy constantly keeps abreast of changes and growth in the communities she serves. This knowledge and expertise allows her to provide clients with current market trends and forecasts. Wendy is sharp in her marketplace, giving her clients leverage in their area of interest.
This market advantage, combined with a personalized marketing plan and excellent negotiating techniques has resulted in her listings selling for an average of 100.18% of list price. Wendy’s market ingenuity helps streamline the home-buying process by keeping her buyers on-top and out-front of homes available. All of this benefits her clients by saving them time and money.
In addition to her superior service and market knowledge, Wendy is a well-known leader in the real estate industry. In 2013, she was President of the local Women’s Council of REALTORS organization, which earned National Chapter of the Year under her leadership. Additionally, she serves on several committees in her local real estate association.
Wendy received her Bachelor of Science degree from Western Kentucky University. Since becoming a REALTOR®, she has earned her internet REALTOR® designation (e-Pro), Accredited Buyers Representation (ABR), Performance Management Network designation (PMN), and is a Multi-Million Dollar producer. Wendy remains involved with the community she serves as an avid supporter of Habitat for Humanity, consultant for the Unity after school program, and KW Cares.
When considering the purchase or sale of a home in the Nashville and surrounding areas, call Wendy Suttle. You will soon discover why her past clients recommend friends and family to experience the “Suttle” difference.