I am a 5th generation native Arizonan and have been in the real estate business for over 30 years. I began my career with Russ Lyon Real Estate in the early 1980s and for the past 25 years have been the President of Brasher Real Estate in Tubac, Arizona and am excited to be back and part of the Russ Lyon | Sotheby’s International Realty network! During my time in Tubac I have been a principal and partner in developing and building over 350 homes as well as one of the managing partners of the Barrio de Tubac, a master planned development in the community.
As a local businessman I feel it is important to also serve my community through volunteer and charitable work and have served as the past President of the Tubac Chamber of Commerce and the Santa Cruz Valley Citizens Council as well as currently serving as Co-Chair of the Real Estate Committee of the Arizona/Mexico Commission, Board of Directors of the Green Valley Chamber of Commerce and have recently been appointed by the Governor to the Groundwater User’s Advisory Board for the Santa Cruz Active Management Area. In addition I have volunteered extensively for a variety of faith based organizations which serve Santa Cruz County and greater Arizona.
As a REALTOR®/ Broker and Developer for over 30 years I have learned the community in which I serve from top to bottom and would be happy to put my expertise and knowledge of the market to work on your behalf in finding that special home, ranch, farm or developer property in the Santa Cruz Valley and the I-19 corridor.
$5,995,000 • 157.72 acres Tucked away at the base of the Santa Rita Mountains, yet close to Tucson, GreenValley and Tubac, lies this 160-acre horse and cattle ranch. Immediately adjacent to it is an accompanying 6,000-acre state cattle grazing lease, where one can ride, hike, nature watch, or hunt. This exceptional Ranch features many amenities including 2 residences suitable for owners or family situated on the Headquarters parcel and 4 homes suitable for guests or crew. Verdant irrigated pastures, beautiful old mesquite trees and breathtaking views of Elephant Head Butte and the Santa Cruz River make this retreat unique. Cherished as a private family homestead for many years, this land goes back to the historic Canoa Land Grant and was later owned by the Amado family for which the town is named.