Mike’s enthusiasm for real estate showed early. As a child, he spent hours sketching houses and drawing up floor plans. Several decades, 7 homes, and 2 children later, Mike is thrilled to be a Nashville realtor. Mike is married to the love of his life, a New York Times bestselling author, who currently writes a real estate based mystery series set in Nashville.
Mike rented in East Nashville for 8 years before purchasing his first home in 2000. In an effort to save money, he and his wife renovated their new property themselves. When they needed more space a few years later, they found themselves going through the same process again, and then again about 5 more times. It was at this point that Mike decided to turn his flair for real estate into a career!
He became a licensed agent in 2007 and has been helping buyers, sellers, builders, and investors ever since. He is thankful to have a career that supports his family and blends his passion for beauty & art with his love of people.
Other Names Used: Michael Gallagher, Michael P. Gallagher, Michael Patrick Gallagher
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