Aaron Marvel Joins RE/MAX Renaissance Office In Hixson

Saturday, March 3, 2018
Aaron Marvel
Aaron Marvel

Brenda B. Purcell, the new broker at RE/MAX Renaissance in Hixson, announced the affiliation of Aaron Marvel as an affiliate broker.

Mr. Marvel holds a Master of Science degree from Texas A&M-Texarkana.  He is bilingual, speaking fluent Spanish.  A native of Arkansas, he received an undergraduate degree from University of Central Arkansas and a Masters of Science degree from Texas A&M-Texarkana.

Mr. Marvel is married to Emma Marvel who is presently the program director of Cubed Living.  They are members of Silverdale Baptist Church and expecting twins in April.

Mr. Marvel is eager to put roots down in Chattanooga and to become a community builder. He said, “Now is an excellent time for first-time homebuyers to enter the market.  We are expecting a larger inventory with Spring around the corner.  I especially look forward to serving millennials in our market." 

RE/MAX Renaissance at Hixson is at 6204 Hixson Pike, Suite 112 and initially features five real estate professionals with more than 30 years of combined experience in both residential and commercial sales.

RE/MAX Renaissance of Hixson serves clients north of the river while specializing in luxury homes and new development sales. They are projecting an increase in the condo and townhome sales in these areas as well. 

For more information about Mr. Marvel, please contact him at 423-708-5619.

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