Lindsey Cutshaw Susong
Lindsey Cutshaw Susong was born and raised in Greeneville/Greene County. Lindsey is married to Bryan Susong who is also a Greeneville native. She has two toddler age boys, Kruze and Kix. Lindsey attended East Tennessee University. After college she spent two years at Greeneville Dermatology where she enjoyed helping others. When Lindsey had her children, she knew she wanted a career that was more flexible for a working mother but still wanted to help others and work with people. She landed in real estate in 2015 and found what she expects
to be a lifelong career. She has excelled and has consistently been in the top for realtors in
sales for the Greene County area.
In 2019 Lindsey became a licensed broker and decided in 2020 to open her own real estate
business, Southbound Real Estate. Lindsey is anxious to provide clients a positive experience
while giving them the attention of a full-time realtor. She invests in her clients and utilizes the
most up to date marketing. She is anxious to show those that are moving into the Greeneville
Community what a special place they could call home.
At the age of 18, Mr. Bill came to Greeneville to attend Tusculum University on a basketball scholarship. Little did he know at the time, but he found his forever home. Soon after graduating from Tusculum University with a degree in Psychology, he joined Century 21 Billy Williams & Associates and began selling Real Estate.
During the next 5 years while enjoying success in Real Estate, his two beautiful daughters (Lindsey & Chelsea) were born. The births of his daughters were a game changer for Bill. It was during this time that he decided a career change would allow him the most time with his girls. While both girls were in preschool and he was still working full time, Bill went back to school to get his Master’s Degree in Counseling.
After graduating, Mr. Bill spent the next 27 years as a School Counselor at Greeneville Middle
School. Those years were some of the most rewarding times of his life. After his recent retirement from the city school system in May of 2019, Bill has found his way back to the Real Estate world at Southbound Real Estate where he continues to help people.
Bill is anxious to help his community find their perfect home or market their properties for sale.
Bill is married to Kema, who is currently a Kindergarten teacher at Chuckey Elementary School.
Amanda is an East Tennessee native and considers this area to be one of the most spectacular places to live in this country. Her deep love for local History and the natural beauty of this area are obvious and shared when working with clients. She and her husband returned to Greeneville 12 years ago to raise their two children surrounded by their family. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a degree in Education, but decided to stay at home to raise her children and tend the farm where they live.
She owned a small jewelry business for 10 years, taught pottery lessons, and owned and ran a local yoga studio for a number of years. She also served as the Vice President of the local Arts Council. Creative endeavors are her passion. Her artistic talent and work ethic have always transferred into real estate.
She has renovated and designed numerous homes, cabins, vintage campers and buses, vacation properties, and industrial work spaces. Her creative eye is a true asset when helping clients see hidden potential in homes and property. Amanda looks forward to sharing her love for real estate and knowledge of this area with her clients.
Lynn Broyles has been a part of the Greeneville Community for most of her life, and Greene County will always be her true home town. Lynn is married to Greeneville native Andy Broyles, and they have four children. Lynn graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville from the College of Architecture with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Interior Design. After college, Lynn practiced design in New York City and Savannah, Georgia before returning to work in Knoxville, Tennessee. Once their children came along, Andy and Lynn moved back to Greeneville to fulfill the dream to raise children in this family friendly community. Once here, Lynn’s design focus shifted to residential and smaller commercial design, as well as custom home design.
Throughout this transition she learned how much she loved working with people to create the home of their dreams. She often worked with potential buyers and sellers to renovate and stage homes to prepare for either buying or selling their homes. Once her children were older, her focus shifted to real estate and she then joined the property experts at Southbound Real Estate. Lynn is anxious to serve her community and help people find their perfect home here in Greeneville; she is hard-working, creative, and willing to go above and beyond for her clients.
Hilda Pickering has 35 years of experience with Real Estate Sales and as a Certified Real Estate Appraiser. Her father was a Builder, so she has been exposed to the housing market her entire life. She is a native from Green County, however, was away for about 22 years. Her moving every 4 or 5 years has given her an appreciation to better serve clients moving into the area.
A Greeneville native, Ben has been involved in real estate since 2018. Prior to this, he was a principal partner and vice-president in a local independent insurance agency for twenty-five years. He is married to Meg Brooks, a third-grade teacher at EastView Elementary School, and they have two daughters.
He has been actively involved in the Greeneville and Greene County community. Presently, Ben is the Chairman of the Greeneville Regional Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals and the Historic Zoning Commission. Other organizations of which he has been a member include Main Street Greeneville, Fund for Greene County, Greeneville Arts Council, Boys and Girls Club, Greene County Heritage Trust, Asbury Child Enrichment Center, Kiwanis Club, Link Hills Country Club, Greene County Partnership, and Greeneville Greene County History Museum. Ben is also a graduate of the Leadership Greene County. He and his family are members of Asbury United Methodist Church.
Real estate has been an interest of his for a long time, and he looks forward to continuing his career with Southbound Real Estate. Ben is eager to help clients purchase or sell their homes and property in this beautiful and charming area which he knows well. He is friendly, enthusiastic, and works hard to get just what his clients need. He can be reached easily via phone or text 423-416-2879 or by the form below.