HARD TO FIND DAVIS COUNTY HORSE PROPERTY NOW AVAILABLE! Come see this beautiful well kept Ranch style home in scenic South Weber! With quick...
- Sq Ft3112
- Lot Size5.62 Acres
Beautiful Honeyville Rambler Now Available for Purchase! Come see this well kept Ranch style home that sits on almost 13 acres of amazing farmland...
- Sq Ft1545
- Lot Size12.44 Acres
NOW AVAILABLE!! Beautiful One-of-a-kind Box Elder County Horse Property now available for purchase! At almost 9 acres, this horse property has it all. New...
- Sq Ft3796
- Lot Size8.33 Acres
Now Available! Almost 15 Acres of prime Morgan County land available for purchase! Amazing views, flat usable acreage, and comes with plenty of water...
Lot Size14.76 Acres
Now Available! Beautiful Box Elder County Ranchette! This well kept Ranch style home sits on almost 5 Acres with views/privacy unmatched. Custom cabinets, custom...
- Sq Ft2890
- Lot Size4.80 Acres
Beautiful Weber County Gentleman’s Ranch Now Available For Purchase! Don’t miss out on this hard to find Horse Property with privacy and space galore!...
- Sq Ft3547
- Lot Size5.25 Acres
Beautiful Elwood Land with Endless Possibilities Now Available For Purchase! This property is currently in the Greenbelt with reduced taxes but is zoned for...
Beautiful Hooper Horse Property Now Available for Purchase!! Pride of ownership shows throughout! This beautiful home sits on over an acre of horse...
- Sq Ft2123
- Lot Size1.04 Acres
I was born in Mountain Green, Utah, on the east side of the
Wasatch Range, less than 20 miles as the crow flies from where I live today. But I covered a lot more than 20 miles to get from one to the other. My grandfather was a noted cattleman and a real estate broker who
specialized in land/farms/ranches. I certainly never expected to following either of those careers, but life had other ideas. I grew up working on the family dairy farm/ranch, and I often say I haven’t worked since. Nothing I’ve ever done has been as hard as dairy farming. But I have to admit my love for animals and the land is rooted in those early years. As a kid and adolescent, I was involved in 4-H and FFA. But then everything changed — my dad got a job in Detroit, and I spent the rest of my high school years there. Nothing like the decaying cities of the midwest to make me appreciate the wide-open spaces where I grew up. So for college it was back to Utah, where I played basketball and soccer while earning degrees in business and fire science.