Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Stallings & Smith Group


Stallings & Smith Group

Stallings & Smith Group

Phone: M: 803 622 5210 803 622 5210 mobile
Phone: O: 803 799 8035 803 799 8035 office
Office: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Tommy Stallings

Tommy has lived in Columbia since 1964 after moving here from Alabama. He attended AC flora and graduated from Spring Valley High School in 1971. Studying at both Clemson and USC he is an avid fan of both schools. Tommy has been in the Columbia real estate market since 1995. He has consistently been a top producer and has listed homes for over 60 local Builders. Formerly the new homes & development coordinator for Russell & Jeffcoat Tommy was the chairman for two of the Home Builders Association tour of homes overseeing the most successful one ever. For more about Tommy, visit Tommy on Facebook.




Walt Smith

I came to working in real estate from twenty-five years in the practice of law, including contracts and real estate, an experience that fostered an expertise in negotiated agreements and “getting to yes.” Living in Forest Acres, I have been involved in the community through my church, Little League Baseball at Trenholm Park, the Columbia Sailing Club, and through my alumni association. I have been here since 1979, and I know the Columbia area market.

For more than a decade, I have been a part of the Stallings & Smith Groupof. With the recession behind us, I am seeing home prices rising with a shrinking inventory of homes. It is still all about supply and demand, and the demand is there as previously suppressed buying interest is being released on resales and new home construction. As compared with prior years, new home construction has improved as measured by the number of building permits being pulled by builders in the midlands. With interest rates still at historic lows, the opportunity to sell your home and move up to the next is here.

I decided to use the recession as a time to re-tool and improve my ability to serve the needs of my clients, studying for and being awarded these nationally recognized designations:


A Residential Construction Certified Agent (RCC) has undergone many hours of online and classroom instruction in:

Architectural Drawings, types, dimensions, scales, material and plan symbols
Foundation Types and considerations, crawl space and slab, post tension and piers
Earthquake and wind resistance construction and materials
Roof construction, types, pitches, trusses, sheathing, technology and materials
Doors, windows, fireplaces, flooring, countertops and finishes
The RCC designation is the badge of an agent that wants the best representation possible for his new construction client, whether that client is the Builder/Seller or the Buyer. It indicates a level of construction knowledge beyond the greater percentage of most agents, and should be given some weight in the choosing of a listing or buyers agent.


Augmenting the RCC designation, the CNHS program overlaps the end of the RCC study, with an examination of:

New home trends to address the interests and needs of different demographics
Understanding builder responsibilities, risks and the builders perspective
Negotiating a building contract, construction specifications, and financing
Construction inspections, reports, and draw requests
Market research and strategies for representing the builder, including generating qualified buyer traffic, advertising and creative strategies for traffic building
Understanding buyer issues, overcoming barriers to closing and dialogue with buyers
Sales center design, demonstration and ideas
Finding a new home with the right schools, convenient shops and services, the place where families will gather…few things are more personal or important, but more than that, it is typically a family’s single largest investment. Combining 32 years of law practice and real estate experience and the powerful tools available as a Russell & Jeffcoat broker, let me put it all to work for you.

Lindsey Moore

knows houses. As a graduate student in the Architectural History program at the University of Virginia, she devoted an extensive amount of time to learning the art and science of house building while also gaining a deep understanding of the psychology of home. 

Professionally, Lindsey has been very successful in marketing, communications, and organizational development with a variety of non-profit organizations including a major collaboration involving the SC Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (2007). Personally, she and her husband David enjoy working together to renovate pre-1960s homes. Her broad range of experience brings unique benefits to both buyers and sellers. 

As a Columbia native, Lindsey has a deep and abiding love for her hometown. She truly knows the ins, outs, and quirks that make this city special. She also considers herself to be a family-friendly real estate agent, meaning that she goes out of her way to make children feel like they are an important part of the home-buying and/or selling process. For more about Lindsey, please visit Lindsey on Facebook

Her creativity, enthusiasm, and loyal servant's heart are sure to make your real estate adventure a fun and memorable experience!




Kim Binnicker

If I had to pick the one thing I am most passionate about, it’s helping people.  Whether it be in the healthcare setting or the home listing and/or buying setting, I love helping people!  My husband Jeff and I live in Forest Acres and we have lived here 25 years, raised two beautiful daughters, and I say we are Columbia planted, grown, and our roots run deep”.  I have a BS degree in Exercise Science and I am excited to hit the ground running every day.  I can’t wait to help you list and/or buy your house so let me run the distance!  I will sweat for you! For more about Kim, visit

Don Keever

Don Keever completed his education at the University of South Carolina. By May 15, 1999, his experience in sales earned him a role in the development of Lake Carolina, one of the most recognizable communities in the Midlands. In September of 2004, Don accepted a position with the Wolfe Company, a boutique real estate firm in Columbia, from which he established himself as an expert, with local knowledge and experience in Lake Murray and the in town neighborhoods of Shandon, Heathwood, and Forest Acres, as well as Northeast Columbia. Over the years, Don has served clients in both the purchase and sale of real properties, and enjoys vast experience in custom home building and on-site sales. He is an active member of Forest Lake Presbyterian Church, where he and enjoys leading the Connecting Point and Greeter Ministries, and Don mentors students at Forest Lake Elementary School, and participates in and enjoys leading public school food drives. When not involved in these pursuits and with family, he finds working for the benefit of wildlife rewarding.


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 Mellie Boozer

Mellie was born in Columbia, SC and has lived here for most of her life. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, she received a BA in psychology and a master's degree in early childhood education. She has a passion for helping all people whether teaching or assisting with buying or selling a home. She is currently in the referral department, still able to practice real estate by referring those in need to one of our fantastic agents. She enjoys acting, dancing, and serving in her church. She'd love to connect you with an agent who can work with you on buying/selling your home.


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 Cindy Welborn

Color, textue, light, furnishings, these details can transform a room, making a house that is either on the real estate market or your personal home stand out above the others, making it zing! The goal of Welborn Design & Staging is to place your home in the best possible light. Competition in the real estate market place is tough. The Stallings & Smith Group at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage puts staging a home and professional photography front and center in it’s marketing, proving many times that this is the way to sell your house faster and for more money. We are confident that Cindy Welborn is the best interior designer in Columbia. Her work has been featured in Hospitality Design Magazine, Columbia Metropolitan Magazine, Lake Murray Magazine and the State Newspaper. While studying Interior Design and Architecture at Winthrop University, where she graduated at the top of her class, Cindy was selected as one of the best twenty-five students from around the world in the Steelcase International Design Competition, she was awarded the Gold Key for international hospitality design by Hospitality Design Magazine, and she was named the team winner for design awards in the Parade of Homes. Cindy is committed to offering the best professional design service, timely, convenient, and fairly priced. For more, please visit .


Matt Granger

To date (July 2017) Matt Granger has managed to successfully negotiate a sale for every house he has ever listed in under 30 days, and his clients love him for it.  He is an expert in social media marketing which has contributed to the sale of most of the homes he has sold.  From a volunteer firefighter in Southern California, to serving his country in the Air Force, and as a member of Team Rubicon, Matt Granger has always had a calling to serve others, and this applies equally to helping people sell their homes or finding a home to buy.

 Matt Granger has lived in the Columbia area since 2002 when he was stationed at Shaw Air Force base. Retiring from the Air Force in 2014, he currently lives in Elgin with his school teacher wife, Beth, and their new son Sean.  He doesn't just put your home on the MLS and stick a sign in your yard like so many other agents, so give him a call or find him on facebook at . Find out what he can do for you!


Lara Turner

Lara Turner

Whether you are buying or selling a home in Lake Carolina, you call Lara, who has the benefit of nearly two decades of experience in this beautiful development, where she is recognized as the unparalleled expert.


Carolina Allison

Carolina Allison


A Texas girl named Carolina has come home. Coming to real estate from the creative business world, Carolina is the owner/operator of Cellar2Ceiling, where she re-purposes wine and other glass bottles to beautifully etched glassware and other uses. Carolina wrote her first offer in the first month of joining the Stallings & Smith Group at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.