Cissie’s journey to her Aiken life began in 2002 with a two-day January visit while en route from NYC to Florida. On her first afternoon in Aiken, Cissie and her husband, Michael, discovered the Hitchcock Woods, Aiken’s historic Horse District and a beautiful 1820s home in need of renovation. It became quickly apparent that Aiken was the perfect town for them to escape the City life! Cissie has been able to get “back in the saddle” again enjoying her horse, Quincy, to learn (and love!) the game of court tennis, to explore artistic pursuits while making good friends along the way.
Cissie’s career as a Realtor in Aiken officially began in 2006 though she acquired market knowledge and experience for several years prior as a buyer & seller of homes she and her husband “re-invented” for re-sale. As a Realtor, Cissie is repeatedly rated highly in customer service as well as consistently ranked “Best of the Best” among her peers at Meybohm, with honors including 2011 Aiken Downtown Agent of the Year and team ranking as 2015 “Top 25” among company realtors.
Cissie, a native Nashvillian, is a graduate of Ole Miss and has an M.B.A. from Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management. Cissie lived in New York City for 15 years, working in management consulting and the interior design industry. These professional experiences have enhanced Cissie’s ability to help her clients consider alternatives; manage the daily business of real estate and to employ creativity in both negotiations and marketing.
Cissie believes part of a good life is giving back to her community. She is an active fundraiser for the Hitchcock Woods Foundation and Aiken Center for the Arts for which she serves on the Board. Her husband also is quite involved, giving his time and efforts as President of the Aiken Tennis Club, Treasurer of the Aiken SPCA and as a board member for Great Oak, Aiken’s therapeutic riding facility and program.
Tracey K. Turner
Tracey K. Turner has served as a trusted real estate professional with integrity & market knowledge for 17+ years in Aiken, SC. Her outstanding service to her clients has earned her the Meybohm Customer Service Award for 2014, 2015, & 2016, and for the last decade, she has held the Meybohm Vice-President title. She has served on the Aiken Board of Realtors' Public Relations Committee, the Equine Steering Committee of the Greater Chamber of Commerce, Aiken Dressage Series Aiken Assistant, Organizer for the 2009, 2010, & 2012 Olympic Gala benefit for USET and as a sponsor for numerous local horse shows & events.
Tracey has always had a love for horses since she was a little girl! Her equine savvy background includes growing up showing in the children’s hunter classes, fox hunting with Moore County Hounds, being on the IHSA & the ANRC collegiate teams, graduating with an Equine Science Minor, freelance instructing, directing & expanding the Equestrian Program at Chatham Hall, an all-girls prep school in Virginia & more. Today, Tracey enjoys riding with friends, when she is not helping her horse enthusiast clients find the right horse property here in Aiken or finding innovative ways to get clients' properties noticed & sold! Her Aiken market knowledge & demeanor serves her clients well, those with horses and without!
Tracey is married to Rick Turner for almost 12 years now. They have a son named Hunter who attends the Mead Hall School and who loves to play soccer & tennis! Oh, and so does his mom! The Turner Family welcomes you to Aiken!
Betty’s life in Aiken began in February 2004 when she came from Maryland to participate in “Hunt Week” festivities. Betty loved the sandy footing, fox-hunting, sense of community and camaraderie of spirit she found in Aiken, so she and her husband, Bob, began their search for a small farm for family, dogs and horses.
Betty brings 37 years of experience in management and sales in the high-tech industry to her real estate career that began in Maryland in 2002. Betty’s love of the Aiken lifestyle and her natural enthusiasm for connecting people & properties truly differentiate her from other Realtors. She works tirelessly to help her clients find homes that delight them! Her efforts to help her clients are ongoing -- she helps introduces local resources, helps clients meet friends and neighbors and keeps them “in the know” with what is happening in our town.
Betty’s Aiken life involves staying healthy and active. She teaches, rides and foxhunts sidesaddle. She founded Aiken Ladies’ Aside in 2006 to help promote and preserve the art and sport of riding sidesaddle. She is an active member of Aiken Hounds and fundraises for Women Beyond Cancer, the Silver Bluff Audubon Center and the Hitchcock Woods Foundation.
Betty and her husband live in the 302 equestrian corridor with their 5 horses and 5 dogs. Please give Betty a call so she can help you discover the Aiken life!
Nan Campbell's life in Aiken began in January 2005 when she would travel to Aiken from Lexington, KY with client's horses for the foxhunting season. Nan immediately felt right at home and fell in love with Aiken's 2100-acre Hitchcock Woods, one of the largest urban forests in the United States. It was no surprise when Nan brought her horse, Tavish, to Aiken for the winter while spending the summers in Toronto, Ontario.
Not only does Nan have South Carolina roots, being born and raised in Greenville, SC, she brings experience as a professional rider and 15 years in banking to help her clients find and navigate the process of purchasing and selling property in Aiken. Nan loves meeting and helping people; she is tech-saavy and is especially attentive to timelines and details.
Nan finds great pleasure in living in Aiken. She enjoys riding as an active competitor in dressage. She is a member of the U.S. Equestrian Foundation and the U.S. Dressage Federation and a volunteer for the Hitchcock Woods Foundation. When not working or at the barn, Nan loves to experiment and try new recipes in her kitchen in her lovely home in "midtown" in Aiken.