Originally established in 1868, Marx-Bensdorf, REALTORS® is the oldest real estate firm in Bluff City. Today, the agency encompasses a diverse group of agents enabling it to offer services across the metropolitan area and beyond.
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As co-owner and chairman of Marx-Bensdorf, REALTORS®, Jim Black continues the leadership and tradition of excellence the firm has enjoyed since its inception in 1868. As the firm's leader, Jim takes great pride in setting forth a team approach to the real estate experience.
Jimmy Reed is the company president and principle broker. Having been with the firm since 1980, Jimmy has been marketing and selling homes all across Shelby County and beyond. His achievements include proven results across all prices ranges for consulting, negotiating, selling, and marketing.
David Tester is a partner that not only has a career in real estate but also holds a Master of Architecture Degree. He began in real estate in 1974 after graduating. One of David's areas of expertise is real estate development with a specialty in health care facilities.
The team of more than 30 professional realtors provides expertise in every area of the city. Each one takes pride on understanding that value comes in being connected and knowing the little things about each community not found on the listing details or public comparables.
Marx-Bensdorf, REALTORS® services extend well beyond Memphis. As a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, they provide real estate services to more than 50 countries and are connected to more than 500 firms providing independent residential brokerage services.
With more than 30 years of corporate relocation experience Marx-Bensdorf, REALTORS® is more than comfortable handling pre-marketing, assigned sales, area orientations, and all facets of corporation relocation.
As the oldest real estate firm in Memphis, they know a thing or two about the greater metro area. Memphis is the metropolitan hub of a five-state area known as the Mid-South. Home to more than a million residents, the greater Memphis area offers something for everyone. Residents of Memphis enjoy a relatively low cost of living, the purest water supply in the country, more trees per square mile than any other city, a temperate climate, four distinct seasons and the hospitable atmosphere and pace of the "City of Good Abode."
Today, Memphis has one of the lowest costs of living of any major U.S. city. It offers a wide variety of affordable housing to suit almost any lifestyle. Choices range from high-rise apartments and renovated downtown lofts overlooking the river to a seemingly endless array of single-family homes in the area’s numerous metropolitan, suburban, and rural neighborhoods.
About the author: Brian Kline has been investing in real estate for more than 30 years and writing about real estate investing for seven years. He also draws upon 25 plus years of business experience including 12 years as a manager at Boeing Aircraft Company. Brian currently lives at Lake Cushman, Washington. A vacation destination, a few short miles from a national forest in the Olympic Mountains with the Pacific Ocean a couple of miles in the opposite direction.