Catherine Combs

A proud Kentucky native, Catherine hails from Lexington. After earning a degree in public relations from the University of South Carolina, she returned home, receiving a Master’s degree in Strategic Communications from the University of Kentucky. Catherine currently serves as a deacon and a member of the PneuLex committee at First Presbyterian Church of Lexington.

Betsy W. Lankford

Betsy has worked in real estate since 1998 and takes pride in being an agent because of the connections she makes with people and the property they ultimately decide on.  The purchase of a property is a lifetime investment and Betsy works diligently to show homes and the countryside of the beautiful Bluegrass to find

Robin Owens

Robin Owens puts her passion for home & hospitality to work for each of her clients. Her knack for intent listening helps capture a clients’ desired lifestyle, making her a favorite among Buyers. Able to pinpoint each client’s heartfelt wants, she creates a plan to acquire the perfect property “fit.” Robin’s aesthetic talent is put

Zach Davis

A twelfth-generation Kentuckian, Zach Davis grew up on his family’s working Thoroughbred operation. His expertise includes farm & land brokerage, as well as unique historic homes. Upon the successful culmination of a sale, Zach is pleased to consult regarding many aspects of farm ownership, including layout, staffing, construction & veterinary services, and conservation easements. Upon

Tamara Bayer

Tamara Bayer, a native of the Hoosier State has worked in the real estate industry for over 17 years, following a successful stint in the medical profession. Tamara prides herself in putting the time and effort into each and every client. Customer Service is the key. Communication and the ability to listen to her client’s

Hannah Davis Emig

Hannah Davis Emig is proud to call Lexington, Kentucky home. She was born and raised in Lexington where she attended Cassidy and Sayre Schools, followed by boarding school in North Carolina and college in Virginia. After college, she moved to the big city of Chicago, lived in the Middle East and Germany – and while