Marcus Necessary - REALTOR®
I am a lifelong resident of Northwest Arkansas. Both my father and my mother’s families are in the construction business in one way or another; road construction, subdivision development and new home construction. When I was 12, I started working with my grandfather on job sites, mostly picking up trash or other small jobs. It was during this time, under his mentorship, that I developed my passion for Real Estate in Northwest Arkansas.
In 2003 I obtained my Arkansas Real Estate license and joined the National Association of Realtors. In 2006 I earned my Broker’s license and became the Principal Broker at a National Franchise office in Bentonville. In 2008 I made the transition to Executive Broker at Weichert, Realtors - The Griffin Company, also in Bentonville. I have earned my Relocation Specialist Designation from Prudential Relocation, Weichert Relocation and Sirva Relocation. I am also Dave Ramsey’s Endorsed Local Provider for Benton County.
My commitment to my clients goes beyond merely earning a commission. I enjoy building relationships with my clients and treating them like family. Whether it’s working with sellers or working with buyers, I believe that communication is the most important aspect of our relationship. I strive to walk my clients through the process, treating them with respect and having the utmost integrity, in order to provide amazing customer service. I have sold real estate since 2003 and plan to sell for many more. My goal is to wow my clients with service that is worthy of their referrals and repeat business.
I reside in Bentonville with my wife, Alexis, and 2 boys Walker and Will. I am a graduate of Bentonville High School and John Brown University. As a family, we enjoy Razorback Football games and spending time with our extended family in the area. In my spare time, I enjoy golfing, fly fishing and duck hunting in Central Arkansas. Previously, I was the Chairman for the Benton County Ducks Unlimited, the largest chapter in the State of Arkansas, earning Chairman of the year in 2014 for the State of Arkansas.