NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Bill Freeman, co-founder of Freeman Webb, a full-service real estate firm, announced his intentions to run for Nashville mayor on Friday morning.
In a release, Freeman said he running for the position so he can give something back to the city that he grew up in and raised his three children in.
“It is imperative that we make Nashville a place where people not only want to, but can raise their families, educate their children and make an honest living,” he said, adding, “I want my grandchildren to grow up in a Nashville like that and the next mayor of Nashville must be prepared to make the important decisions about the kind of city we are going to be in 10 years or 20 years.”
Freeman, alongside business partner James Webb III, began Freeman Webb company in 1979.
The company that once only employed just three people and managed one complex in Music City has transformed into a full service real estate firm that employees more than 450 people.