Real estate agency gives back to its community

Real estate agency gives back to its community

Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2012 7:00 pm

Fuller Partners Real Estate, Inc. has been providing the tops in real estate services for more than 40 years — with offices in Weakley and Obion counties. Fuller Partners covers all real estate needs and has the top technology/websites and full-time professional agents.
Fuller Partners Real Estate. and its agents said they know how important community service and giving back are to the area.
“Our agents are all involved in civic organizations, county service, schools, the university and churches. Along with providing real estate services, Fuller Partners’ agents show the great assets that our communities offer for a “quality of life” place to live,” a representative said.
“We at Fuller Partners believe that contributing — giving back to our community — is a huge part of our responsibility. Fuller Partners and the agents have been very blessed and hope to keep serving our communities for many years to come.”
Fuller Partners opened its doors in 1970. Its owner/broker is Dee Fields Pritchett. The business has two locations — one in Martin at 203 University St. and another in Union City.
Services provided include buying and selling commercial, residential, land, multi-family properties and auctions services. Lynn Davis, Marshall Anderson, Michele Siler, Larry Taylor, Josh Vincent, Jackie Bell and Beth VanCleave make up the staff in the Martin office.
While agents provide services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, office hours are 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. until 12.
Call 587-3157 for additional information.
Visit Fuller Partners on the web at fullerpartners.com, or on Facebook at Fuller Partners Real Estate, Inc. or Dee Fields Pritchett.
For more information, email fullerpartners@ realtor.com or deepritchett@realtor.com.
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Fuller Partners Real Estate, Inc. has been chosen as Martin Business Association’s Business of the Month for October. Published in The WCP 10.2.12

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