Meet David Pearson

J. David Pearson    Realtor/Broker/Owner

For David Pearson, the road from Tifton, Georgia to Nashville, Tennessee was the path to realizing a dream.  Like so many other Nashville residents, Music City called to the musician and songwriter in David.  “I literally graduated High School on a Friday and moved to Nashville on Monday”, he reminisces.  Once in Nashville, David attended Belmont University as a Music Business major.  David was also a founding member of Belmont’s first National Fraternity - Phi Delta Theta.  Living in the heart of Tennessee awakened his passion for Music City!  That very passion for the city is what lead him to a career in Nashville Real Estate.          

In 2000, David became a licensed Real Estate Agent and quickly honed his skills in the Middle Tennessee market.  In 2003, David became a licensed Mortgage Broker, adding a unique level of expertise uncommon among other agents.  In 2004, he became a Real Estate Broker, earning the capability to open his own firm and expand his services.  This combination of credentials allows David to be a specialized agent who can advise on building, investing, buying and selling, plus navigating the vast sea of mortgage lending choices.   

David has helped hundreds of Middle Tennessee families, turning their dreams to reality.  He has in-depth experience with residential development, investment, residential construction as well as buying/selling existing properties.  His focus:  to offer high-level, multi-tiered real estate and lending services with specialized one-on-one attention and unmatched dedication.  David is an active member of St. Georges Episcopal Church and loves his Vanderbilt Condo that he shares with his 13 yr. old mutt Allie.   

On any given evening you may find David singing at a local music venue or at the legendary Bluebird Café or enjoying other Nashville flair.  “Maybe it’s destiny that my office in Green Hills is next door to the Bluebird Café.  I’m lucky that my passions of Real Estate and Music meet every morning in the parking lot.” he muses.