A little about me

Traci Richey has been in and around the building industry basically her whole life. Her father was a builder, and Traci loved helping him on projects while growing up. She now works with her husband Bo at BRC, LLC – Lake Vision. They love finding the beauty in properties that are diamonds in the rough and helping others see that beauty and potential as well. Their most recent build is a lake house they built themselves from the ground up. They designed the house and are so proud of the many customized features it offers. For Traci, becoming a real estate agent felt like a natural next step in her career. Prior to pursuing her real estate license, Traci was a nurse for over 20 years. She has always been passionate about nursing and helping people. Traci worked as a staff nurse and worked her way up to a director level nursing position where she thrived and was proud to be a part of helping design, organize, and make operational several new departments in a large hospital in Birmingham. Traci decided that while she loved nursing and would continue to maintain her license and work at Cullman Regional Medical Center on an as-needed basis, she would pursue her real estate license with a goal of helping people buy and sell real estate where she spends the majority of her time—on the lake—with the hope that she can help others enjoy the lake as much as she does. As kids, Traci and her husband both spent a lot of time on the water. They grew up going to Lake Guntersville. As adults, Traci and Bo fell in love with Smith Lake and the beauty that it affords. They decided they would find a way to work, enjoy, and one day retire on beautiful Smith Lake. In Traci’s spare time she loves spending time with Bo, hosting and spending time with family and friends on the lake, and watching college football and college and professional baseball. Traci is very excited about the opportunity to be a part of Lake League Reality and is also looking forward to being more involved with activities and charities around the lake.