Cory T. Arnold

With a passion for both agriculture and real estate, Cory has found her sweet spot in serving clients involved in both of those industries. Whether it is a legacy ranch that has been in the same family for multiple generations or a family looking for an escape from the city, Cory’s depth of knowledge will prove to be invaluable in getting the right deal done.

Cory holds a BS in Agriculture Business with a concentration in Equine Science from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. After graduation, Cory was fortunate enough to travel much of the Western US supporting what would eventually become her husband, at Professional Rodeos. It was during this time that Cory’s passion for real estate was solidified.

In 2012, her family packed their bags and left their family ranches in California and moved to Texas. Cory was licensed in 0216 and specialized in farm and ranch and horse properties. She was highly successful throughout her career in Texas and developed many long-lasting relationships with her clients. Cory remains active in the Texas market and continues to work for clients as needed.

Nine years later, her family took another leap of faith and made the decision to relocate to Wyoming! In the same fashion that she and her husband were raised on family cattle ranches and living the outdoor lifestyle, she and her husband are raising their two daughters the same way. Hard work and dedication are only a few attributes Cory carries over from the western/ranching industry to real estate.

Cory’s love and knowledge of the outdoors is shared with her whole family. In addition to the outdoor lifestyle, Cory loves being involved with her daughter’s sports activities. Whether it is spending time with her family on the ranch, hiking, hunting or at the many sporting events she attends, she is ultimately at home in the mountains!

Cory T. Arnold

Sales Associate · Chase Brothers, LLC
Licenses: WY 15699
Mobile: 817-894-7552‬

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