After a life in the oil fields, and a childhood growing up on ranches, Mark learned about land. But his passion is really people, so why not combine the two, and start introducing people to their little parcel of Texas (or “The Alamo of America” as Mark likes to call it)?
“But, you can’t do it just like anybody else, you’ve got to treat people right, make it easy on everyone and give everybody the same experience. You can’t put a price on personal relationships.”
So the heartbeat for Mark Harman is pretty simple. Bring Character by listening and speaking the truth, clearly. Bring out the character in the land itself, bring people of high character together, be a man of high character, make the character of the transaction smooth and straightforward.
You know Mark’s heart, and his history with land through his childhood and early career in the oil and gas business. What you didn’t know is that he’s a diehard shotgun enthusiast and wine aficionado. You’ll find him up at 5am every morning on his ranch porch just northwest of Fredericksburg, sipping his “magic” coffee and enjoying the sunrise while he corresponds with folks. Ranch life isn’t something he just likes, it’s something he lives.