David along with wife Fran and their five children first made East Tennessee home in 1999. Tired of the increasing taxes, crime, and uncertain weather of Florida, the Troxlers fell in love with the scenery and people of Wears Valley. And, as David likes to put it, “the rest is history.” Like many other new residents, they first lived in their cabin in Hide-A-Way Mountain subdivision. After two years, David built their permanent home below the cabin, and Dan and Linda Johnson of Chattanooga became their “second home” neighbor in the cabin above. Although David is no longer actively constructing new homes, his several decades of building experience is readily available to prospective clients to answer the important questions about homes built in East Tennessee. One of David’s favorite hobbies involves cooking and trying new recipes and tasty creations. Having grown up in Jacksonville, FL working in restaurants during high school, it just comes natural to pull a meal together and invite some friends over. Fran and David are known for turning buyers into friends and neighbors. Clients have come to rely on them as trusted friends and advisors. Fran and David have helped clients many years after they have bought their mountain property, and their work ethic is happily translated into a large circle of clients who have become their friends and neighbors.