Larae Burtenshaw

Larae Burtenshaw

Larae Burtenshaw

Larae was born and raised in “small town America”. She jokes that she is related to 90% of her hometown (but it’s pretty much true!). Her Father and Grandfather were local carpenters. Her Grandma was a huge influence of grace and instilling family values. She learned at an early age the value of hard work and honesty in all of her dealing and also the importance of family and simply enjoying life.

Larae has spent most of her adult life ranching in different areas of Nevada, Utah, Idaho and of course, Wyoming. After moving here over 18 years ago, she fell in love with this area and has settled her roots. Quickly becoming the “Wyoming girl”. Larae fell in love with the entrepreneur’s life and her passion has led her to start a few of her own businesses after leaving ranching. But her love of the western lifestyle and Wyoming lead her to pursue a career in real estate.

Larae has experience in all areas of Real  Estate, from representing the sale of ranches, commercial buildings, homes, land and Equestrian Properties. She also brings to the table a deep knowledge and understanding of oil and gas from her Acquisition Specialist position with the Wyoming based company, Rocking WW Minerals.

Larae lives by the motto “work hard, play hard”. She loves adventure and trying new things! Her passion is being a Mom. Larae has 5 kids who she has raised in Wyoming and is very proud that they have all graduated and are setting their roots here in Wyoming as well. She loves following and encouraging her children in all of their activities and life adventures and always pushing them to be their best!

Hobbies? Where to begin? Larae started learning Polo 3 years ago and it has quickly become a passion of hers. She has traveled to a few tournaments and has set a goal to travel to at least 2 a year. If not at work, you can usually find her out on the fields during the summer months.  She enjoys anything to do with the outdoors, especially fishing and hiking adventures. Of course she still values a good day on the back of a horse and you can often find her helping out the local ranchers with spring work or fall processing whenever the opportunity arises. Larae also loves to cook and bake. She loves to entertain and surround herself with family and friends.

She is driven and passionate, but never forgetting her roots. She loves life and loves people. Larae empowers the work ethic to ensure that her clients find their dream property! Do not hesitate to reach out to her.

Larae Burtenshaw

Sales Associate · Chase Brothers, LLC
Licenses: WY 14435
Mobile: 307-299-2314
larae@chasebrothersllc.com

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