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Colton Childs

Colton Childs is a licensed real estate agent in Texas. With a background in the western industry, he has work ethic and land expertise to assist any buyer or seller. Colton specializes in equine, ranch, and farm!

Licensed in State(s):
Oklahoma Texas
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Colton Childs

Colton Childs is a licensed real estate agent in Texas. With a background in the western industry, he has work ethic and land expertise to assist any buyer or seller. Colton specializes in equine, ranch, and farm!

Licensed in State(s):
Oklahoma Texas
Specialties:
farms crop tillable livestock dairy stockyards hunting equine / horse property
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Colton was born and raised in North Texas. He grew up rodeoing – mainly calf roping, and shoeing horses for a living. Colton grew up working the land and got his hands dirty every day. Cowboys are birthed of the earth. His unbending and pioneer spirit as a realtor and an American cowboy makes him the right fit to sell land anywhere in Texas.

Additionally, Colton loves hunting, fishing and his all-time favorite – horseback riding! Selling horse properties is Colton’s primary specialty. He is an expert in hunting and ranch land, too.

Colton has been a licensed realtor since 2016. He worked for some of the top real estate brokerages in North Texas. He currently focuses on horse, farm and ranch real estate. Reach out to Colton today!

What is North Texas?

It is a 9,000-square-mile, 13-county region that is home to 7.5 million people. North Texas is made up of 150 cities – including Dallas and Fort Worth – with 15 of those cities boasting a population of more than 100,000.

  • If North Texas were a state, our population would tie Washington state as the 13th most populated, and our GDP would be 9th, putting us between New Jersey and Georgia.
  • North Texas has the most diverse economy in Texas and the 5th highest concentration of tech workers in the U.S.
  • And, North Texas is accessible. DFW International Airport and a robust network of interstate highways allow us to get beyond points A and B.