Rebecca DeWitt Wilson, a native of Blount County and a graduate of Maryville High School, knows a thing or two about helping folks find a new way to live. This not only applies to her new journey as a REALTOR®, but also to her passion for giving back to the community she calls home. Rebecca is a passionate people advocate. As someone who’s found personal transformation through the old adage of keeping what she has by giving it away. She’s ready and willing to help turn home ownership dreams into a reality.
As a community activist, Rebecca has served on the board of the Blount County Recovery Court Foundation, and she established the Alcoa-based sober living facility for women, House of Miracles, for which she serves as the owner and the operator.
Rebecca’s experiences make for an ideal transition to a career as a REALTOR®. Helping turn dreams into reality? Check. Turning a house into a home for those desiring a fresh start? Check. Making a difficult process even easier through her resilience, efficiency and folksy charm? Check. These are the qualities you need in a REALTOR®, and they’re exactly what Rebecca offers.
And she does all of this while finding time for her own family, which includes her husband Ricky Wilson, owner of Wilson Brothers Plumbing, her sons Charles and Ricky, and her daughter, Josie.