Originally from South Bend, Indiana, Caroline is no stranger to the real estate business – Caroline’s parents and grandparents owned and operated several commercial, industrial and residential brokerages in Northern Indiana. Caroline moved to Middle Tennessee in 2007 to attend Sewanee: The University of the South. After graduating from Sewanee with a degree in Psychology, Caroline began her career as the Marketing Director at Solve LLC, VILLAGE’s sister company. During her time at Solve, Caroline developed and implemented marketing campaigns for large developments, as well as VILLAGE’s individual agents.
Having marketed both residential and mixed-use projects in the Greater Nashville community for the past 4+ years, Caroline quickly realized she was passionate about real estate and the ever-changing Nashville community.
Caroline resides in the Cherokee Park neighborhood of Nashville with her husband, Rascoe and their dog, Riley. Caroline is committed to buyers, sellers and investors and would love to help you find your place! If you or someone you know is looking for a real estate agent to represent your best interests, please contact Caroline.
Other Names Used: Caroline D. Dean, Caroline Dashiell Dean
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