A Wilson County native, Teresa Hatcher has been significantly engaged in the real estate business for several years sitting on both sides of the closing table as a buyer and seller. Her clients have included families looking to upgrade, first time home buyers, large developers seeking investment opportunities, and others making acquisitions for commercial and retail space.
For more than 20 years she has served as an investor and board member of a company that built and developed Wilson County’s first 18-hole championship golf course, private country club, and residential community. Through this experience she has seen firsthand some of the challenges and issues with which developers and home builders must reckon and this has uniquely qualified her to deal with a plethora of clients both big and small.
Teresa, while earning her undergraduate degree from Lipscomb University in Nashville, is also an alumnus of Lebanon’s Cumberland University, a private independent school founded in 1842.
Her professional career, albeit focused on real estate, has also included time served as a court reporter. Much of the work she does with respect to court reporting is with local government agencies or commissions such as planning, zoning and boards of zoning appeals, where she is responsible for recording witness and applicant testimonies for formal records.
Besides her grandchildren, ages three to eight, Teresa’s interests include gardening and travel.