Fiona P. King
Real Estate Affiliate Broker since 1999
Specialties and Designations
Graduate Realtor Institute, GRI 2001
Accredited Buyers Representative, ABR 2001
Realtor Green, 2009
Short Sales Bankruptcies and Foreclosures, 2009
GNAR Education Achievement Award 2009
Ranked #20 in Top Sales in 2011
Multi-Million Dollars annual sales of single family homes, estate homes, farms, condominiums and apartment complex/investment property. Extensive Equestrian knowledge for horse properties. Represent Individuals, Trusts and Investors.
Specialty areas: MLS #2 and #10 including but not limited to Belle Meade, Green Hills, Oak Hill, Forrest Hills, Historic Richland, Hillsboro Village, Belmont, Sylvan Park, Hillwood, West Meade, Leipers Fork, Franklin and Brentwood.
Extensive School District Knowledge
Demonstrated ability as a problem solver, negotiator and goal oriented (References gladly furnished)
Provides comprehensive advice and assistance on renovating, staging and prepping of homes for sale
Proven list of referrals for assisting in transactions
Complete Property Evaluations, condition, repairs, Market Analysis and Broker Pricing Opinions (BPO)
Financing referrals and coordination
Negotiation of price, repairs and concessions
Sales Process Contract Management
Comprehensive Comparative Market Analysis and Broker Pricing Opinions
Property remodel, renovation, repair, staging and market preparation
Marketing of listed property
Background A resident of Nashville since 1990, married to James R. King, life long Nashvillian. Originally from England and has lived in Mauritius, Africa, Thailand prior to moving to the US. Attended University of Augsburg, Augsburg, Germany and graduated with BA in in Commercial German and Business Administration from University of North Alabama.
Community Fiona is a past board member of the McNeilly Center for Children, Belle Meade Plantation, and the Junior League of Nashville. She is an active member of The Hillsboro Hounds, First Presbyterian Church, Friends of Children’s Hospital, and a Sustaining Member of the Junior League of Nashville. She has been active in the Nashville Community for over 18 years and was a recipient of the Tennessean Newspaper’s prestigious “TOP 40 UNDER 40” award in 2002. In addition she is a volunteer with The Iroquois Steeplechase, Land Trust for Tennessee, Friends of Warner Park and Magdalene House/Thistle Farms. She was the 2005 Co-Chair of Sunday in the Park benefitting Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, and the 2008 Co-Chair of The Blue Moon 08 benefitting the Land Trust for Tennessee.