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Business: Golden Rule-Wilson expanding in Adair and Russell

South Central Kentucky's hot housing market fuels expansion of real estate offices

Golden Rule-Wilson, Columbia's largest residential real estate agency, recently announced a sizeable expansion of support staff personnel and licensed agents.

Joining the Columbia office is Kelli Claypool, Elliot Burton, Logan Sandusky, and Danny and Veronica Mouser. The Russell Springs office has added John David Hale and Lance Williams.

"The exponential growth in our market means we need to grow in order to serve our clients," said company owner Chris Wilson.

"With the proposed development in Russell County of new restaurants, industries, and lodging, the influx of new homebuyers are on the rise. The housing market is strong," adds Wilson. "People are calling our office from all over the country, looking for all types of properties in Adair, Russell, and surrounding Counties. The real estate market has bounced back from the recession that happened in 2008 and it is now back to the price levels prior to that recession."

Kelli Claypool has joined the agency's support staff, working primarily in the Columbia Office. Kelli has a background in business and marketing. She lives in Adair County with her son, Spencer, and has a pet rooster. Elliot Burton is a new agent for Golden Rule-Wilson. He has grown up in Adair County, and currently he attends Western Kentucky University where he plans to graduate in the Fall of 2018 with a degree in Business Leadership.

Agent Logan Sandusky was raised in Columbia and spent his youth exploring the back roads of Adair, Russell, and the neighboring counties. He is very family-oriented and engaged to be married to a wonderful young woman named Breanna. His hobbies include fishing, hunting, hiking, riding motorcycles, and just about anything to do with nature.

Danny and Veronica Mouser have been in the Real Estate and Auction business for 20 years, with Danny as an auctioneer, selling livestock, for 44 years. Danny has teamed with Chris Wilson on auctions, and Veronica is an Associate-Broker.

John David Hale, one of the new Russell County office agents, owns and operates a small cattle farm in the French Valley Community. He also attends Bernard Ridge Church of God. He is married to Loretta Bernard Hale and they have two children, Bradley Hale, and Brittany Hale Fox, and one handsome grandson, Wyatt Fox.

Lance Williams is the other new Russell County office agent. He is a native and current resident of Russell County. He has worked in the education field for the past 10 years and is currently a history teacher at Glasgow High School. He and his wife Bethany have 5 children and live on a hobby farm in Russell Springs. Lance received his BA from Lindsey Wilson College and his MA from Campbellsville University.

Golden Rule-Wilson Real Estate and Auction has offices at 1004 Jamestown Street in Columbia and at 21 East Steve Wariner Drive, Ste A in Russell Springs.

This story was posted on 2017-08-29 10:49:54
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Golden Rule-Wilson expanding in Russell and Adair

2017-08-29 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Golden Rule-Wilson Real Estate and Auction.
Joining the Columbia office is (top row) Kelli Claypool, Elliot Burton, Logan Sandusky, and (bottom row) Danny and Veronica Mouser. John David Hale and Lance Williams are joining the Russell Springs office.

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