111 S Center St
PO BX 4
Archer City, TX 76351
About Matt McLemore
Matt is as Texan as they come...his family has a deep ranching history in North Texas. From his grandfather, Jeff McMurtry, a renowned rancher and cattleman in Archer County, to his uncle, the author Larry McMurtry, Matt's history with the land runs deep. He shares the same love of the land and Texas Heritage that his family carried before him. This passion combined with his ""can do"" attitude, have enabled him to become one of the top Farm and Ranch real estate agents in North Central Texas. He has been blessed to be a multi-million dollar producer since obtaining his real estate license. Since joining the Mossy Oak Family in 2008, he has earned the Mossy Oak Properties Pinnacle Club award, which recognizes the top agents per quarter, multiple times. In 2016, Matt was nominated for Realtor of the Year for the entire Mossy Oak Properties network, which consists of over 450 agents nationwide.
Matt graduated from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls before going into sales for three years. He returned to his roots working for the family owned title company and soon found the career he had been looking for...rural and recreational land sales. He secured his real estate liscense in 2000 and has been going strong ever since. If he's not working, you can find Matt with his first love...his family. Matt is blessed to have a beautiful wife, Brooke, and four awesome children, Jordyn, Landon, Lexsey, and Lyvian. Matt enjoys all aspects of the outdoors to include bow hunting for whitetail deer, turkey hunting, as well as calling bobcats and coyotes. Mossy Oak Properties of Texas and Matt share the same obsessions whether it is finding that dream place for a client, creatively marketing a ranch for our seller, or enjoying a day hunting with friends. Clients get the best of both worlds...someone who will work hard to achieve their clients' goals and someone who understands the passion for the land. He would be honored to help you buy or sell that piece of "God's Country!"