Natalie Bratton isn’t shy about sharing all the reasons you’re going to love living in Oklahoma City. “Newcomers are always surprised by how friendly everyone is and the juxtaposition of how much there is to do with our ‘small-town’ pace,” explains the former music teacher turned real estate agent. “My favorite part of the job is helping my clients not only find a home, but getting them connected into the community.
A native of OKC, Natalie attended college here and taught music in the Edmond Public School District. While helping an agent friend host open houses, Natalie discovered that she enjoyed matching people with the right home. “I think I get as much joy out of helping my clients find a home in OKC as they do,” says Natalie. “As an Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR) I guide my clients through every aspect of the home buying process from the initial search through moving day. I work really hard to make the process fun!” Natalie's many years of experience with buyers naturally made her a great resource for home sellers. "If you know what buyers want, a home seller can package their home in the most desirable way to get their home sold quickly."
She was a member of The Allen Group from 2004-2011. In 2012 Natalie decided to step out on her own as an independent Listing and Selling Realtor while maintaining her relationship with RE/MAX First. Natalie received the RE/MAX Executive Club Award in 2010, 2012, and 2013. She joined the 100% club in 2014 and continued that success in 2015-2018. Her colleagues in the RE/MAX First office voted Natalie "Most Cooperative Spirit" for 2013 and 2014. She achieved the designation of Military Residential Specialist in 2014. Most recently in 2018, she was inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame! When she’s not helping people move into Oklahoma, Natalie loves to teach Zumba Fitness classes, sing and play the piano.
Jason is passionate about real estate, as both a homeowner and a real estate investor. “Oklahoma is one of the few states where it’s cheaper to buy a house than rent. It’s a great time to purchase real estate in Oklahoma,” says the former telecommunications professional turned Realtor. “Oklahoma City has changed a lot since the original MAPS project, and it’s exciting to see the changes and revitalization of the metro area.”
Born and raised in the OKC metro, Jason graduated from Mustang High School in 1989 and the University of Oklahoma in 1993 with a B.S. in Political Science. Jason spent the last 20 years working for Alcatel-Lucent/Nokia as a Director of Delivery Operations servicing customers across the globe. “My previous career in telecom was centered around customer service and problem solving. Those skills are vital for a Realtor, and I believe it is an asset in assisting people through the negotiations and purchase of their homes.” When Jason is not helping people find or sell a home, he enjoys running, outdoor activities, and Thunder basketball.