WHY SHOULD CLIENTS CHOOSE JOEL MORRIS
You won’t find a more hard-working, determined real estate agent. I have spent my entire life learning about real estate and have also spent endless hours exploring the amazing grounds of Kansas. In my land management business, I had the pleasure to work on multiple properties that often stopped me in my tracks. In all of this, I have learned a great deal from my customers about what makes a property desirable. With my abundant knowledge on what it takes to improve land and what others are looking for to purchase, i can use this knowledge to successfully bring buyers and sellers together.
It is my passion to be share the wonder of purchasing ground with clients, be it recreational, agricultural, or residential. With my land management background, I am also able to help you take a property from what it is today and turn it into what you want it to become. With determination, I will work tirelessly to help you buy or sell your personal trophy.
Over the years, I have worked with a number of customers looking to improve their land. Some are hoping to increase the value, while others simply want to increase opportunities. It is quite rewarding to see land improvements all the way through. That is exactly why I started Kansas Wildlife Management in 2014.
It is through a ton of hard work, determination, extreme patience from my wife, and a little luck that Kansas Wildlife Management has expanded into four states and manages over 40,000 acres. It only makes sense to move our services to the next level and offer real estate services along with the land management we have become known for. After seeking out a company with strong family values, moral codes, and attention to detail, I joined Trophy Properties.
Ever since I was a young child, I have found that my biggest enjoyments come from spending time outdoors. All of my time spent at our family farms, fishing with my Grandfather, and hunting with my father has taught me about the importance of conservation and habitat management. This laid the groundwork to teach me the importance of being a true “steward of the land’. In 2013, my wife Caelie and I were blessed with our first son, Paxton. A couple of short years later, Cooper completed our family of four. It’s fun to see the fire in their eyes when they join me on a work day.
- Habitat Management
- Wetland Construction