Growing up in Goodland, Kansas, Jim learned the value and reward of hard work. After completing his degree in Business Management, and competing on the varsity golf team at Wichita State University, Jim married his high school sweetheart and set off on a 21 year career as a private club manager and a PGA Golf Professional.
As a club manager, Jim relied on his skills in customer service, organization, project management and hard work to be successful, and he carries these skills forward to be successful in real estate today.
Jim truly enjoys learning and is an avid reader and "news hound", staying up to date on markets and the world around him. He also enjoys learning about the people around him and each of their personal journeys.
As an avid upland and whitetail bow hunter and fisherman, Jim cherishes his time outdoors and looks forward to the opportunity to get his truck dirty while helping you buy or sell your next property.
$710,600 • 323 acres
This parcel has been one of the most recognizable and most photographed pieces of land in all of Kansas. Located along the historic and scenic Gyp Hill Road in Barber County, KS, this property has regularly featured on magazine covers, brochures and tourism advertisements throughout Kansas due to its awesome landscape characteristics.
$599,000 • 5.19 acres
Huge home in central Kansas with chef's kitchen plenty of elbow room on 5.19 acres. This property is ready for horses with its horse barn, horse stable, fenced corral and 2 acre pasture. The home is set up perfectly to make everyday a spa day with its master bath that features a jetted tub, waterfall shower with integrated sound system and sauna. There is also an integrated business office and workshop in the attached garage.
$450,000 • 3.7 acres
Can you hear the quiet? Welcome to the this wonderfully cared for and updated property that is rich with history and full of beauty, history and outbuildings. The songs written about Kansas sunsets may have drawn their inspiration from the front covered porch of this property. And, you can enjoy evenings under the stars while you sit around the exterior stone firepit that was built by German POWs following WWII.