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Cheri Frame




Cheri Frame considers real estate to be the “vine” that connects the many facets of her professional life. She looks to her previous experience as a homebuyer to inform her role as a realtor. By putting herself in her clients’ shoes, she is able to provide them with informed and valuable guidance.

Frame operates by the motto of “contemporary savvy with old-school professionalism.” A 24 year resident of Rutherford County, she has a deep knowledge of the local real estate market. “I feel that what sets me apart is the time I take to educate and advise my clients on the current real estate environment and market conditions,” she explained.

Frame’s trademark is the personal, individualized attention she gives to each client. Her expert knowledge allows her to address any questions or concerns her clients may have, while her calm confidence puts clients at ease throughout the stressful buying and selling processes.

As one of her clients noted, “Cheri provides the facts required to make informed decisions, the guidance to sort through the facts effectively, and the emotional support not to lose our minds in the process. We’ve found a Realtor for life, and a friend.”

Frame is also active outside of the realm of real estate. She currently serves as Board President of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County and was previously a board member of Rutherford Cable. She attends St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.

Frame graduated from MTSU with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Food Science. She  resides in Murfreesboro with husband Mark and their two daughters, Sloane and Fallon.

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