Bev Boss Joins RE/MAX Renaissance Office

Friday, June 8, 2018
Bev Boss
Bev Boss

Brenda B. Purcell, the broker at REMAX Renaissance in Hixson, announces the affiliation of Bev Boss as an affiliate broker.  Ms. Boss started her career in real estate as an unlicensed assistant for the owner/broker of Re/Max in 2003, while attending college at The University of Southern Mississippi.  After receiving a BS in Education, and teaching for 11 years, she decided to pursue a full time career in real estate.   

Ms. Boss is a resident of Hixson and grew up in the historic St. Elmo community.   

As a licensed realtor, Ms. Boss has built a reputation as a hardworking agent and community builder, said officials. She is involved with non-profit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and various other committees.  In May, she co-chaired the “Tee Up Wine Down” fundraiser, helping raise over $80,000 for Habitat.  She continues to be a strong advocate for education and supports struggling students through tutoring and mentoring.

She brings with her an understanding of new construction and development. Most recently serving in the Black Creek Golf Course community in Lookout Valley, she served homebuilders, buyers, and sellers wishing to build or resale their properties. 

“She brings a wealth of experience to our firm and I am thrilled to have her at our office” said Ms. Purcell.   

RE/MAX Renaissance of Hixson is at 6204 Hixson Pike, Suite 112, and now features eight real estate professionals with more than 40 years of combined experience in both residential and commercial sales.   Although located in Hixson, the firm serves clients throughout the Chattanooga area and Northwest Georgia.   

To reach Ms. Boss, please contact her at 648-8200 (office) or by cell phone 805-6026.




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