Scotty Ecklind


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About Scotty Ecklind

Scotty is a born and raised northerner-turned-southerner from Duluth, Minnesota who relocated to Knoxville from Virginia Beach, Virginia back in 2017. He and his wife are high school sweethearts who have been married for 40 years and have 4 beautiful daughters. Scotty brings a long, rich history of world class customer service and real estate experience. He got his Real estate license in Virginia in 2010 and was previously a pastor for 16 years. His lifelong, relentless passion for serving people is what drives him to not stop until he finds the perfect home fit for each family! In his downtime he enjoys biking camping and exploring the beautiful Appalachian scenery Knoxville provides and enjoying his 11 beautiful grandchildren! He's never felt more at home than in our great city of Knoxville and he looks forward to helping you find that same feeling in your new home! His deep commitment to family is a driving force, leading him to prioritize frequent visits to his daughters and grandchildren. Katie, his eldest, calls Orange County, California home, while Brittany, his second-born, resides in Costa Rica. Meanwhile, Leah, his third-born, has made Lancaster, Pennsylvania her home. Lastly, his youngest, Alyssa, lives right here in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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City of Maryville ​Historical Timeline

City of Maryville ​Historical TimelineIn 1995 for the bicentennial celebration, staff member David Morton compiled an interesting historical timeline with the perspective of national and

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Unfortunately, our homes don’t always grow with us. What may have initially worked fine for a single person, a young couple’s starter home, or a family with a newborn can quickly become

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