Through her many years of experience in managing pharmacies and medical care facilities, Deborah Muffoletto used her spare time and extra income to successfully invest in real estate in California and eventually in Tennessee. After achieving certain milestones in her healthcare management career, Deborah decided it was time to make Real Estate her full-time venture. She applied her decidedly detailed approach that made her excel in the medical world to her interests in real estate which naturally transitioned into becoming a licensed REALTOR® with a focus on educating the client, building trust through having clear communication and staying fully available throughout the process. Deborah has built a reputation in the Middle Tennessee region of putting clients first negotiating firmly on their behalf, yet making sure their needs, wants and desires are highlighted and achieved in each sale or acquisition. Deborah shared: “You see, it wasn’t that many years ago that I had my own not-so-great experiences with Realtors who just wanted to get a deal done instead of making sure my needs were met; that is something my clients will never have to say. I take great efforts to uncover the true needs of my clients, and then I advocate for them at every level to the end as well as beyond the actual transaction. This is not about chasing the dollar; it is about representing people and helping them achieve their goals through the extraordinary resource of real estate." Whether representing seasoned investors, 1st time buyers, downsizers or relocation/transfer clients, Deborah is committed to providing a “concierge” experience for each and every client. When asked for a highlight in her real estate career, Deb said: “I always look forward to bringing 1st time buyers to the closing table and getting to share in what is always such an exciting moment in their lives!” Deborah originally hails from the Bay Area in Northern California. She has a BS in Health Services as well as a Business degree from Cal State Hayward. She and her husband now live in the suburbs of Nashville in Mt. Juliet where she devotes much of her time loving on her “fur babies," cheering on their five adult children, crocheting with friends and volunteering in a community group that serves specific needs of the homeless.