I’ve been helping clients buy and sell land in the Hill Country, Central, South and West Texas – including ranches, live water, farms, hunting and recreational properties – since 1996.
I personally represent all buyers and sellers that do business with Bownds Ranches. As a 5th-generation Texas rancher and 3rd-generation ranch broker, it would be my privilege to help you find or sell your ranch.
Hi, I’m Joe Brown, a proud Northern Nevada resident who actively works connecting people with their Real Estate Dreams in Northern Nevada! Look no further for Farm | Ranch | Commercial | Residential real estate in the Silver State.
In working with me as your professional Real Estate agent, you’ll get a highly motivated and seasoned advocate familiar with Nevada‘s RE process, laws and regs which allows our transaction to be smooth, low stress and predictable from evaluation to close. Reach out to me for all inquiries from On-Market Listings to Off-Market options, I'm here to help with your Norther Nevada Real Estate needs!
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When you’re buying a horse or farm property, you’re not just buying a home, you’re buying a great New Hampshire way of life. It is important that you use a real estate agent who is knowledgeable about the unique nature of these country properties and all that can be entailed. Many factors can come into play from zoning and permitted uses to easements, current use taxation and upcoming changes that may affect your intended use of the property.
We understand what you are looking for. We know that your Hanovarian Percheron won't fit in a low cattle barn, that the thick, rocky forest is not suitable for clearing for future pasture, and that the lawn around the house is not where you want to graze your goats or sheep. We understand limits on how much you can spend, how much time you may have to manage your property, and that you "must-have" certain features.
We can help make your move easier as we have all done it ourselves! As examples of how we differ from ordinary Realtors®, we have assisted with shipping horses and livestock coming and going, have found temporary farm rentals while folks were waiting for their new farm to be vacated, even found a place for mules to live for a few months until their owners could get here from the upper midwest. We mean it when we say that we are not your ordinary Realtors®. Read our many testimonials.
Please consider one of the specialty Realtors® of Farms & Barns. If you don't, while you’re out looking at an unsuitable property that perfect farm could slip away. Just tell us what you're looking for and if it's out there, we'll help you find it. We all hold the Certified Buyer Representative® designation.
Boone Campbell has a genuine love for land, nature and all they provide. Boone lived in Caddo, Texas (Pop. 40-ish) and he grew up working cattle on many local ranches with his father, David Campbell. Boone spent his childhood fishing the Caddo Creek and hunting dove fields in the area. If school or sports weren’t in progress, Boone was enjoying the outdoors. The Lazy T Ranch (Eastern Stephens County) is where Boone first learned about land, cattle and goats. Growing up on a working ranch, Boone was raised in an environment where a dedicated work ethic is the only way. He spent many summers and afternoons building fence, cutting cedars and hauling hay to help keep the ranch operating smoothly.
After earning two bachelor’s degrees (Business Administration in Accounting & Management) from Texas Tech University in 2008, Boone returned to the area he loves to pursue farm and ranch real estate with his father. Staying current with technological advances is a hobby of Boone’s. He enjoys learning websites, software, apps and other “gadgets” needed to obtain the information required to fully utilize the web-based marketing tools of today. Boone managed a large cattle operation in northern Stephens County until 2011. When Boone obtained his broker’s license, he dedicated all of his "working time" to farm and ranch real estate. Boone is now a member of the Texas Association of Realtors, Texas Real Estate Commission and the Stephenville Association of Realtors.
Boone Campbell is committed to protecting and conserving the land and the nature that relies on the land. Boone is an active firefighter and on the Board of the Caddo Texas Volunteer Fire Department. Boone is also the Vice President of the Caddo Wildlife Management Association. Boone believes that what is conserved and appreciated today will provide for many generations to come. When Boone is not studying or protecting the land he loves, he spends most of his time on land with his family and friends. Boone hosts annual hunts with friends from all over and he enjoys introducing or “teaching" others about the country culture. Boone resides in the small town of Graham, Texas with his loving wife, Stephanie, and their two children, Calder and Davee.
Jim graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont with an English Department degree in American Literature in 1976. Though not recruited for the ski team, he soon made the traveling team and competed in the Division 1 NCAA Championships three out of four years. One highlight for him was third place in the Eastern Collegiate Championships in Downhill as a freshman. He was also Alpine Ski Team Captain senior year. “Many of my ski racing teammates and competitors have become my lifelong friends.” Some of these ski racing contacts led to sales and marketing work with K2 Skis through 1981.
Adventures with the ski team and then K2 inspired Jim to head West to Colorado. Jim made the move to real estate in 1988. It was a perfect fit. With a wealth of sales experience and a love of Colorado living, selling real estate in the Roaring Fork Valley was a natural progression for Jim. He has been with Mason Morse since 1994 and is consistently one of the top producers in the MLS. In addition, Jim has spent 12 years on the Board of the Aspen Valley Land Trust and was President for 3 of those years. “Volunteering for a non-profit organization that is dedicated to preserving open space was something I jumped at the chance to participate in. I am extremely proud to be part of a group that has preserved thousands of acres here in our backyard.” Jim spends his free time skiing, kayaking, climbing and generally enjoying life in the mountains with his wife and three children.
Candy Cargill is the broker and owner of Hill Country Real Estate that was founded by her Mother in the early 1970’s making it the oldest company in Blanco County. After having a career in different phases of the sports industry, she moved back "home" and went to work at Hill Country Real Estate in 1986.
She has been involved with numerous civic organizations through the years and is still a member of the Blanco Chamber of Commerce, Gem of the Hills, Friends of the Library, The Yucca Garden Club, The Blanco Woman’s Club, Rotary Club and is a supporter of many civic, youth and ecumenical activities. She is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, The Texas Association of REALTORS®, The Central Hill Country Board of REALTORS® and The Four Rivers Association of REALTORS®, Bandera County Board of REALTORS ® and has earned the e-Pro designation, SRES, GRI and C2EX. The 2014 President, the Region 7 Representative to the Texas Association of REALTORS® Political Involvement Council moving up to Regional Vice President of Region 7 which includes Boards from the Hill Country like Bandera, Kerrville, Central Hill Country, Four Rivers then goes south to Uvalde, Del Rio, Eagle Pass and Laredo. Making friends along the way!
She was awarded The Central Hill Country Board of REALTORS® “REALTOR® of the YEAR” award for 2012 and the Lifetime Achievement Award for 2016. She also serves on the Issues Mobilization Committee and the Professional Standards Committee for the Texas Association of REALTORS®. Currently on the National Association of REALTORS ® Land Use and Environmental Committee and Ombudsman, Mediator and on the Professional Standards Committee for Texas REALTORS® .
When asked about her real estate profession and her role at Hill Country Real Estate, she said "It means that I have the opportunity to do everything from mowing the grass, mopping floors, cleaning bathrooms to meeting some of the most fascinating people that start off as clients and end up as good friends...just can't think of anything better to do."