A Realtor since 1991, Beth was in the top 10 agents at Parks Realty within the first six months.
Former co-host of Real Estate Rutherford, a weekly radio call-in talk show, highlighting
all things related to buying, selling, and owning a home.
Served on the Board of Directors for the Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors.
During the mortgage crisis of 2008, obtained a mortgage license through the Nevada Mortgage Lending Division becoming a consultant with a multi-faceted company engaged in helping homeowners keep their properties.
Served on the Board of Directors of First Priority International; a ministry for high school teens.
Worked extensively for over 30 years with young people, including, but not limited to inner city youth in the Middle Tennessee region.
National Training Director with a Fortune 500 communications company.
Beth enjoys spending time with family and friends, especially her son and three grandsons; Chase, Cole, and Isaiah. They cook together, are movie buffs, and love playing games.
On any given evening or perhaps at 3 a.m. you can hear her playing the piano and singing some Eagles, James Taylor, Skynard, Carole King, or just Amazing Grace! To name a very few . . . .
In addition to real estate, Beth is the writer of the newspaper column In Courage published and distributed in West Tennessee and Kentucky. She is also the writer of a recurring column in the Turner-Victory Team newsletter with the byline Purple Peanuts.
Disclaimer: When she was a child, her parents grounded her from the library if she misbehaved. Not particularly intellectual; she is entirely curious.
Brittany Y. Beth went above and beyond to make sure all my questions were answered. Being a first time home buyer is stressful and she made me feel like family. I would definitely recommend her to my friends and family. She has a beautiful spirit and her passion for finding the perfect fit for her clients is evident in her work.
Review by: Anonymous
08/19/2020 3:58 pm
Helped me Sell my home
One can take Beth's word to the bank. Take what she says as gospel.