(Laramie, Wyoming, March 2019) After more than 27 successful years in the ranch real estate brokerage business, an opportunity presented itself to merge Western United Realty resources and his professional experiences with Mason & Morse Ranch Company.
“The changing dynamics of land brokerage and my commitment to provide expertise, experience and effective marketing services for my clients were key decision factors in selecting Mason & Morse Ranch Company as a partner for the years ahead.” Said James Rinehart.
When the opportunity to merge with Mason & Morse Ranch Company presented itself, James knew it was the right time and a great match. He recently made the choice to merge his firm, Western United Realty, and resources with Mason & Morse Ranch Company and team of like-minded and experienced land brokerage professionals.
“With roots dating back to 1961 Mason & Morse Ranch Company has long been an outstanding brokerage firm throughout Colorado, Wyoming and the American west. James Rinehart’s years of experience, honesty, integrity and respect as a professional farm and ranch broker certainly model our Live it to know it philosophy.” Said Bart Miller, Managing Broker Mason & Morse Ranch Company.
James’s satisfaction as a farm and ranch broker stems from helping improve wildlife habitat and wide-open spaces through the sales of quality hunting and fishing properties utilizing conservation practices. Over the years the opportunities to be involved in conservation ranch brokerage has increased. James has been involved in approximately 75,000 acres of conservation easement related transactions for buyers and sellers, either through the sale of eased ranches, the placement of easements after the sale or lands being placed under permanent protection.
In addition to conservation practices, James has taken pride in his ability to showcase the details of ranch properties better than most, and to facilitate the necessary due diligence ensuring those details are brought forward at an early stage in the transaction process for buyers and sellers.
James Rinehart Professional Experience and Affiliations
• Licensed in Wyoming and Colorado
• Twenty-seven years of Real Estate experience, all of those specializing in the ranch and Land brokerage
• Owner and Broker Western United Realty, Laramie Wyoming
• Board of Directors, First Interstate Bank, Laramie
• Board of Directors, Wyoming Wild Sheep Foundation
• Life member, Wild Sheep Foundation
• Life Member, Habitat Partner, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
• Education: Bachelor of Science 1986, Business Administration, University of Wyoming
• Owner and Founder of www.ranchbrokers.com
$850,000 • 41 acres
Located at Timber Canyon Ranch, 238 Katie Canyon Loop has the most outstanding views in the Laramie area. Located only 9 miles north on County Road 17 (Roger Canyon Road) 400 feet above the Laramie Plains. Lot 15 at the base of the Laramie Mountains with native trees, elk, deer and antelope. Views to the Rawah’s, the Zirkles, Snowy Range, plus Elk Mountain. Just the right amount of city light view while still having a true dark sky for star gazing. The vista is nothing but ranch land and few houses. Seller is licensed real estate broker. Contact James Rinehart. $850,000
$2,100,000 • 54.2 acres
The historic Woods Landing Resort is located at the base of the Medicine Bow Mountains, approximately 27 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming. Originally a saloon built 1883, Woods Landing is a regular stop for recreationists year round at the gateway to the Snowy Range and the Rawah’s in Colorado.
$9,950,000 • 5,460 acres
A rare mountain ranch consisting of 5,460 +- deeded acres of mostly Aspen and Evergreens. Home to hundreds of Elk, excellent Mule Deer. Enrolled in Colorado’s Ranching for Wildlife program, the ranch receives 15 bull elk licenses and 7 deer licenses.
$9,950,000 • 21,322 acres
Just north of Rock River, 45 miles north of Laramie, Wyoming this well-balanced working ranch has 17,182 +/- deeded acres plus 4,140 State and BLM and has supported 800 - 1,000 cows year round. With 2,200+ acres of adjudicated water rights, hay yields vary from 1,200 to 1,800 tons.