Fred lives on a 385-acre farm with his wife, Debbie and enjoys taking his grand kids and nephews hunting. Fred was born and raised in Harrison County and after graduation he moved to Kansas City to start a career with Montgomery Wards. He was with Wards for twenty years and had many jobs, including Service Advisor, Asst. Auto Manager, Auto Manager, District Auto Manager and Corporate Training Manager. When Montgomery Wards closed, Fred decided to move back home. Being an avid hunter his whole life and servicing customers it seemed a natural fit for Fred to move into Real Estate. So he started selling Real Estate in 2001 and has been a top ten sales associate every year and in the top five, eight of those years. He was the #1 Sales Agent in the nation in 2008. Fred has also been a top ten listing agent nearly every year. Fred specializes in Hunting, Recreational and Row Crop farms, but sells all types of property. Fred has taken many nice deer and turkey, and understands what his customers are looking for. Fred also works with several investors that want to diversify into agricultural land. Give Fred a call if you are looking for a realtor with the knowledge to help make your buying decision a little easier or if you are wanting to sell a property, he can help. He has listed more than 1100 properties in his career so far, and hopes to have many more. Fred likes J. W. Woolworth’s saying, “I am the world’s worst salesman, therefore I must make it easy for people to buy.”
Born and raised in Princeton, Missouri, Marcie has a passion for rural living and farm life. Growing up, Marcie was heavily involved in 4-H and FFA, mainly focusing on raising and showing sheep. She has worked with her family and their sheep herd since early childhood. After graduating from Princeton High School, Marcie attended Northwest Missouri State University and received her Bachelor’s degree in 2012 with a double major in Agricultural Business and Animal Science. Soon after finishing her degree, she moved back to her hometown to continue working on the farm and to pursue a career in insurance and real estate. Marcie married her high school sweetheart, Seth, in 2014, and they plan to raise their family in Princeton, a town they both adore. Together they enjoy hunting, gardening, being outdoors, working on the Mercer County Fair Board, and spending time with family and friends in the area, all of which has provided Marcie with a deep appreciation for her hometown and the surrounding communities. Marcie is a down-to-Earth, easy to work with kind of person. Although she is fairly new in the real estate community, Marcie is a familiar face to those in Princeton, and she has built many relationships with people and families in the area throughout her life. She is a hard worker, trustworthy, and she can provide a fresh perspective on any properties you want to sell or any you are looking to buy. Give Marcie a call today!
Johnny Fairchild is 25 years old based out of the Kansas City, Missouri. Growing up, he was introduced to the outdoors and hunting at an early age because of his Dad and his Dads friends. As a kid, Johnny had access to about 1000 acres in central Missouri where he was able to learn the ins and outs of hunting early on. He was also able to be a part of a small cattle operation that was run by a family friend, where countless hours were spent on the weekends. Throughout college, he fell in love with outdoor photography, as he likes to document all of his hunting experiences through photography and video. Johnny has a passion for waterfowl hunting, but also loves other hunting opportunities such as whitetail, big game, and other bird hunting adventures.
After high school, John attended Johnson County Community College to play baseball and then transferred to the University of Central Missouri to continue his college baseball career. He graduated in 2018 with a Bachelors degree in Marketing. While being young and in the real estate business, he is a very competitive person. Being able to play college baseball at a high level instilled the qualities John has today. He was able to develop a work ethic that is second to none and one that he uses to help his clients get what they want. He has a creative spirit and is up for any challenge that is presented to him. John will be focusing on hunting, ranch, and recreational properties in Western Missouri.
John has a passion for what he does everyday and the ability to provide for his family is what drives him to be successful. In his free time, he enjoys hunting, hiking, fishing, attending Chiefs games, and catching up with friends.
Bryan was born and raised in Bethany, Mo. He attended SHHS in Bethany and was active in FFA and VICA. After graduating high school he moved to Kansas City and worked for UPS as a Supervisor in Lenexa Kansas. In 1989 Bryan married his wife Cheri who was also born and raised in Harrison County, and they soon moved back to the area they both loved and felt comfortable to begin and raise a family. They have four sons Ryne, Calvin, Alex and Seth. Bryan enjoyed coaching baseball during his son's time in little league and is still involved with the local baseball programs. He and his wife have owned and operated a small business in Bethany since 2005 and Bryan a licensed Real Estate Agent since 2007. They enjoy gardening, landscaping, grilling, time with family and friends and summer evenings on the deck watching the Royals.
Next to his family, Bryan's passion is bow hunting. He has been an avid bow hunter since the age of 14 and has hunted numerous locations in the surrounding areas. Although Bryan lists and sells all types of Real Estate, having this experience and an agricultural background combined with being a local agent is an asset for anyone looking to buy or sell hunting properties.
Born and raised in the Pattonsburg area, and graduating from Pattonsburg High School in 1983, Tammy has been in the Northwest Mo area her entire life.
While her 3 children were young she was a stay at home mom. She later joined the work force in the Restaurant business. First in Albany, Mo at the West End Café then in Bethany, Mo at the Country Kitchen. She worked there for 11 years, making many friends along the way and enjoying her time working for the public, before leaving to work full time on the farm with her husband. Tammy and her husband Tab live and work on their farm located north of Albany where they farm a few thousand acres of row crop and raise Black Angus Cattle. The cattle is where Tammy’s passion lies as she enjoys working with the cattle and spending time with her 6 grandchildren. Working on the farm requires hard work, dedication, patience, and perseverance which Tammy will bring into her Real Estate career.
Although Tammy is fairly new to the Real Estate business, she is eager to begin this new journey and is excited to be a member of United Country Nelson Real Estate!
Tony was born and raised in Harrison County on a 1200-acre farm South of Mt. Moriah, Missouri where he helped with the family row crop and livestock operation. He was active in 4-H and FFA with horses and cattle as his projects. At age 24, he moved to Massachusetts where he married his wife Brenda. They lived on the East Coast for 8 ½ years. He became an operations manager for a vending company, and their two children Garrett and Bradley were born. In 1996, Tony and his family returned to Bethany, Missouri where he became a real estate salesperson for United Farm Max Nelson & Associates. His dad and mom, Max and Judy Nelson, were the owners so it made sense for him to go into the family business. His parents have been with the United Country Real Estate Family since 1985. In 2000, Tony and Brenda purchased the real estate business from his parents and it became known as United Country Nelson Real Estate, LLC. Growing up on a farm has proven to be an asset; it has given him knowledge that has been useful for building and maintaining relationships in the rural area. Tony’s office has finished as one of the top ten offices the last 10 out of 14 years. There are more than 500 United Country Real Estate offices nationwide. Tony, Brenda, and their sons currently live on a 240-acre farm west of Bethany where they raise their own cattle herd. Tony enjoys deer, turkey and quail hunting with his two sons.