I recently attended a three day Range Beef Cow Symposium in Cheyenne, Wyoming. It was loaded with up-to-the minute research findings and data pertinent to the cattle industry. While my husband soaked in all of the practical applications to our high mountain cattle herd, I found the legislative and advocacy presentations applicable to both my …
A conservation easement can be a useful tool to accomplish a variety of landowner objectives. One of the primary reasons owners place an easement on their property is to receive a direct cash payment, often in combination with state tax credits and a federal tax deduction. The benefit to the owner is they retain ownership …
It’s difficult to describe all of the best things about owning a ranch-maybe it’s the legacy you leave, maybe it’s the time you spend with family working on the land, perhaps it’s a great tax write off or maybe it’s simply a matter of pride of ownership. For me, it’s the little things. It’s getting …
Christy provides clients with an unprecedented commitment to marketing and closing a sale—she approaches each project with commitment to see it through including an ability to problem solve and get a property bought or sold!
Jenna H. Keller, Esq.-Keller Law, LLC
Connections and Knowledge
Peabody has significant land holdings across the nation, and handles the majority of all real estate transactions in-house. We hired Christy to market and sell a complex ranch with a luxury home. Her connections and knowledge of land, water/minerals produced a successful close in just over a year. Her hustle and determination made it happen!
Brian Yansen, Director Real Estate, Peabody
Honesty and Professionalism
“Christy knows real estate. She will not inflate expectations to get a listing. She has been honest with me. I appreciate her professionalism. I trust her to advise me.”
John Redd, CPA
“In the 13 years that we’ve worked with her, across multiple transactions, Christy Belton has always brought a unique capability of real estate expertise, combined with ranching insight and respect for the land. These talents were especially evident in the very complex sale of our family’s legacy ranch, the Home Ranch in Clark, CO. Brokering a sale which balances the complexities of multiple family interests, unique buyer demands, and the conservation and ranching ethos of our valley is no simple task – it requires a swift intelligence, the ability to listen closely to the both the sellers’ and buyers’ needs, and the deftness to negotiate thorny issues with decisiveness and resolve. We have seen many times over that these are the qualities that one can expect from Christy any time that she enters a deal. We feel immensely fortunate to have worked with Christy in the past and we would not hesitate to work with her again.”