Our Team

  • Natalie Hammond




    Natalie has been a Licensed Real Estate Broker since 2006, and founded TurnKey Ranch Real Estate in 2008 to serve the Texas Hill Country. She has extensive experience in all aspects of real estate sales, and specializes in high-end ranch properties, luxury estates, and land consulting and management. Natalie has a degree from Texas A&M University. She divides her free time between riding cutting horses, rodeo, hunting and spending time with her husband kids - Mesa Jade and Gage Wyatt. She also owns and runs Rafter H Performance Horses in Lampasas, Texas.

  • Betsy Weinberg




    Betsy specializes in land and ranch real estate here in the Texas Hill Country.  She acquired her Real Estate license from Texas A&M University and also has a degree in behavioral science technology from the University of Waterloo.  With years of hospitality experience, she aspires to service the Hill Country in finding their dream home, estate and/or ranch property.  Betsy is an invaluable source of knowledge when it comes to all aspects of the equine industry from a riding, owning, working and nutritional perspective.  She understands the dynamics of ranch property and is very fun and easy to work with.

  • Nicholas Kolbe

    Realtor / Wildlife Biologist



    Nick brings a whole new dynamic edge and insight to the world of ranch real estate. With a B.S. degree in range and wildlife management from Texas A&M University-Kingsville, as well as a M.S. degree from Texas State University in wildlife ecology, his knowledge and expertise in the wildlife sector sets his turnkey services above the rest.

    Nick doesn’t just sell ranches, he assists landowners in achieving their range and wildlife goals for a particular property. He customizes wildlife management plans to fit each landowner’s needs, and is highly skilled in GIS mapping systems, photography, and land satellite imagery. His genuine partnerships with both private and public wildlife organizations is key to a job done right. He can assist with improving game species populations, as well as improving the wildlife’s habitats, and is experienced with all eco-regions of Texas.

    Click here to download a PDF brochure with more information about the Nick.