Legacy Ranches and Fine Sporting Properties

Chris Corroon

Utah Exclusive Marketing Affiliate

P:(801) 456-0606 /  M:(435) 901-0444 /  E: Click here to see email.

Education

BS/BA Finance & International Management,
Georgetown University

Licenses

Principal Broker, Utah (Axis Realty Group*)
Designated Broker, Idaho (Axis Realty Group*)

A Little About Me

As our Utah exclusive marketing affiliate, Chris is expanding our representation of legacy ranches and sporting properties in Utah. A results-driven real estate sales & marketing executive, he has 25 years of success in marketing and sales of resort and recreational properties in the Park City area as well as other regions of Utah. Chris assisted in the sale of one of the largest, privately owned alpine properties in North America, the Wasatch Peaks Ranch, located 35 minutes north of Salt Lake City.

Memberships & Associations

Member, Salt Lake Board of Realtors
Member, Park City Board of Realtors (MLS only)
Advisory Committee for the South East Region, Trust for Public Land

In his spare time, Chris can be found biking or skiing in parts of Utah and Idaho. He loves ice hockey, skate skiing, and bird hunting. His greatest joy is working and recreating with the family at their horse ranch near the Albion Mountains. Chris serves on the Southwest Advisory Committee for The Trust for Public Lands. He loves selling ranch and recreational properties from southern Idaho down to southern Utah.

* Chris Corroon is the Principal Broker for Axis Realty Group, a Utah based brokerage which acts as a co-broker with Mirr Ranch Group under the terms of co-listing agreements.

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