Rita Lovell is dedicated to providing you with quality western home town service. Whether you are looking for vacant land, residential property, Wyoming real estate, ranches and farms for sale, Wyoming houses, or commercial property, Rita is accessible 7 days a week to answer your questions and to meet your real estate goals. Many of her first clients are her neighbors and friends. Rita has been selling area real estate for 22 years.
Lance Bower’s experience and personal characteristics are the perfect fit in helping to meet all of your real estate needs. Having worked 17 years in the banking industry, Lance has the experience and knowledge to assist you with your real estate transactions when buying or selling a home. His years spent growing up in Wyoming with both a farming and ranching background also make him the perfect choice when looking to purchase or sell your farm or ranch. His unique background and experience in sales, banking and finance are key to helping his clients in the success of their real estate goals, however what truly lends him to the real estate industry are his personal attributes. Lance is a genuine people person and truly enjoys helping friends and neighbors during the real estate process as well as meeting and getting to know new clients. His friendliness, devotion to the community, strong work ethic, energy, honesty, integrity, and easy going nature are sure to make your next real estate transaction a positive experience. Lance is a family man devoted to his wife, Lisa, and their three children. Son, Jackson, is attending the University of Wyoming studying Engineering, daughter, Ashlyn is attending University of Wyoming and daughter, Brittan, attends Cody High School where she is very involved with extra-curricular activities and various sports.
John Mills started in Real Estate in Northern California in 1975. He is licensed in Wyoming and California. He is experienced in Residential, Commercial, and Farm and Ranch properties.John owned his own real estate office for 12 years and farmed for 30 years. He also owned his own hunting property for twenty years and provided guided hunts. Some of the things he enjoys doing are hunting, fishing and horseback riding.
I am pleased to be associated with Canyon Real Estate and look forward to building my business in an atmosphere of shared goals and values.
After spending 28 years as an office manager in Real Estate, I have decided to try my skills on the other side of the desk as a full time agent and property manager. I feel that I have a wealth of experience from all perspectives of the Real Estate Industry. It is my mission to be the best agent in representing my clients in their real estate transactions. I feel that my commitment to details, my long term knowledge of the changing market factors, my love of this area and what it has to offer and an attitude of service and honesty is what sets me apart.
I migrated to Wyoming from Northern Minnesota after a trip in 1977 and the countryside and the people have kept me here ever since. Aside from real estate, my special interests are spending time with my family and quilting with the gals.
My clients are the most important part of my real estate transaction, therefore I am committed to providing the utmost in service, as well as making the transaction a pleasant experience.
"Let Me Open That Door For You" whether you are buying or selling your home.
Teresa is the friendly voice that greets you on the phone. Teresa is a Wyoming native at heart, moving here at only six months old. She grew up in a small farming town in the Big Horn Basin, spending a lot of time in the Big Horn Mountains, camping, hiking, fishing and hunting.
Teresa attended Northwest College in Powell and then moved to Cody. She has two beautiful daughters and five grandchildren. Her husband, Lloyd, lost his battle with cancer in 2017.
Starting in the real estate business in 2003 as a secretary and later receiving her real estate license in 2008, Teresa has worked as a licensed secretary for many years. She joined Canyon Real Estate in January of 2012.
Her hobbies are camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, target practicing, playing pool and spending time with her family.
YOU KNOW YOU’RE IN WYOMING IF...
Cody, Wyoming winters are mild in comparative snow fall. The temperature does get cold and the wind has been known to blow for a few days. Yet the wild life comes down from the high country and the lifestyle is of tranquil splendor. Winter sports are abundant here and surrounding areas hold snow in higher elevations for most of the year.
Spring is a time of renewal as locals begin to prepare for the cowboy season when livestock runs wild in the streets of downtown and the festivals begin another year of fun in the wild west. The rivers run wild with trout by mid June even the most inexperienced fisherman can snag a big catch! With trails to ride your horses and ATV's on, there are unlimited possibilities for the outdoorsman
Cody's summer time is full of nightly rodeos, river running and camping all over the Yellowstone area. We are very proud of our culture here. The fine arts galleries in this area represent some of the most talented American artists of Western lore and lifestyle. It is truly the American Wild West life like nowhere else. Come see for yourself.
Fall is the prime hunting season when outfitting and big game are at their peak. With National Forest and BLM land available, it is the perfect spot to get the trophy you have always dreamed about. Take a leisurely drive and see all of the changing colors of the majestic mountains.