Laura Dickenson
Keller Williams Realty 615-400-8100

TheDickensonGroup is all about you and your real estate needs. We are constantly improving our systems and methods to bring you the best experience possible when you sell or buy a home. We realize that your home is one of your biggest investments. The sale must be handled with the strong knowledge of the marketplace, the competition and the recent sales. Laura Dickenson, a math major from Vanderbilt University, serves as the Listing Specialist and brings a highly analytical approach to the home selling process. As a real estate consultant, we offer more than the average agent. We are particularly attentive to pricing your home and preparing it for market. Once on the market, we continue to look for buyers for your home and "price watch" to ensure we are competing well in the market.

Laura Dickenson lives with her husband and 4 teenage children in Brentwood TN. She enjoys youth sports and time spent with friends. The Dickensons attend Fellowship Bible Church. The children attend Brentwood HS and Brentwood Middle school and have also attended private schools in the area. As a past Vanderbilt undergrad, Laura has lived all around the downtown Nashville area and has been very excited to see how it has become the destination for music, living, restaurants and shopping. Many Williamson county residents have investment properties in the downtown area.


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At the Dickenson Group, we specialize in Brentwood TN real estate, Nashville TN real estate, Franklin TN real estate, Spring Hill TN Real Estate, Bellevue TN real estate, Mt Juliet TN Real Estate, and Nolensville TN Real Estate.




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Laura Dickenson

Laura Dickenson

Keller Williams Realty
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