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Farm and ranch real estate offices in Austin, Montrose, and Hotchkiss, Colorado.


Offering ranches, farms, orchards, vineyards, distinctive homes and mountain land.


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Since 1990 Shaffer Real Estate Company has been serving the needs of buyers and sellers of Farms and Ranches and Beautiful Mountain Properties in western Colorado.  


Our brokers are proficient in production agriculture with extensive backgrounds owning and operating farms and ranches. We are also on top of the fast moving technology world in real estate, including the right advertising, mapping, communications and legalities.

Shaffer Real Estate

With 30 years of experience, and an extensive network of farm & ranch brokers in the western Colorado region, we can help you buy the best property for your needs

Farm and Ranch

The fertile valleys and high altitude grazing of Western Colorado, are well known for excellent crop production and grazing. The climate is mild and the growing season is long. In the valleys find alfalfa hay, corn, beans, and onions. The best fruit is raised in western Colorado where cherries, peaches and apples dominate. There are numerous award winning vineyards and wineries. Specialty crops too like hops, hemp and lavender. Cold fresh irrigation water from snowmelt is plentiful and reliable.

Distinctive Homes

The western Colorado counties of Delta, Montrose, Mesa and Gunnison are a great place to live. Scenic mountain ranges, National Parks and Monuments, huge national forests and public lands are everywhere. The lower valleys have moderate climate and the mountains are a short drive to scenic wonder and recreation. The towns are small and highways are un-congested.

Mountain Land

Colorado mountain land is prized for fresh air and water and sparse population. Wildlife flourishes as most of the land is public and protected from development. The snowy mountain ranges are the source of fresh water. Several vegetation zones give enjoyable diversity from 5,000 to 14,000 feet in elevation.