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Our Story 



Principal Auctioneer &  Realtor

Jayce grew up on a farm in Gainesboro, Tennessee, where he learned the value of hard work ethic, discipline, and a deep love for nature. After excelling as an athlete on his high school baseball team, Jayce embarked on his 10-year career in the United States Marine Corps. During his service, Jayce demonstrated unwavering dedication, and in 2011-2012, he was deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Driven by a desire to continue supporting veterans after his service, Jayce established Deep Country Veteran Outdoors in 2018. This community serves as a haven for disabled and retired veterans who share his passion for the outdoors and fosters a strong sense of brotherhood among them.

In 2020, Jayce transitioned to the real estate industry, where he has thrived, showcasing his knowledge of the Upper Cumberland region and leveraging the discipline instilled in him during his military service to help clients achieve their real estate goals. His dedication to his clients is evident, and he further extends his services by being a licensed Auctioneer, providing both real estate and personal property auction services to his clients.




Natalie, a native of Cookeville, Tennessee, has had an equally impressive journey in the real estate world. She joined Real Estate Professionals of Tennessee in 2015 as an Administrative Coordinator for the real estate team. With over a decade of experience in this role with another firm, assisting in more than 1600 closings, Natalie has gained invaluable insights into the industry with attention to detail and exceptional organizational skills have earned her a reputation for excellence.


Driven by her desire to expand her horizons, in the Spring of 2020, Natalie took her expertise to the next level by becoming a licensed Realtor. She brings her unique perspective and organizational skills to the table, having successfully owned and managed a renowned Event Planning Firm in Nashville producing high end weddings and events.


In 2012, she returned to her beloved Cookeville, witnessing its transformation into a thriving town while retaining its cherished small-town ambiance.

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