President, Greenways For Nashville
Mark Deutschmann started selling real estate in 1986, founding Village Real Estate Services in 1996 and Core Development Services in 2003. Today, Village employs over 300 agents and staff. A true visionary, he helped revitalize Nashville’s Hillsboro Village, Germantown and 12South neighborhoods.
Ever engaged in the community, Mark is the president of Greenways for Nashville and serves as chair for the Urban Land Institute in Nashville. The Village Fund, the charitable arm of Village, surpassed $1 million in donations back to the Nashville community in 2014.
Mark also received the Community Service award from the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors in 2013 and the Sustainable Tennessee Award from the Tennessee Environmental Council in 2014. He has undergraduate degrees in zoology and Spanish and an MBA in international management. Mark and his wife, Sherry, reside in Hillsboro Village.
One Mile Radius
Publication Date: September 2017
It takes a village to build community. This is true no matter where you live. In One-Mile Radius, Mark Deutschmann shares how he and others shaped the development of Nashville, Tennessee, making it one of the most vibrant and attractive cities in the Southeast.
Learn how Mark and his team activated and stimulated the evolution of neighborhoods to create a strong urban core that has reverberated outward to benefit everyone. A community builder and founder of Village Real Estate Services, Mark knows the impact of concentrating revitalization work in core communities. He helped revitalize Nashville’s Hillsboro Village, Germantown and 12South neighborhoods, and he leveraged partnerships to generate a tangible difference for local nonprofits.
Follow along with Mark’s journey and learn how you too can create a positive impact in your community, no matter where you are!