About Matt McLemore

Matt is as Texan as they come, sharing the same love of the land and Texas heritage that his family carried before him. Steeped in traditional Texas values, his grandfather, Jeff McMurtry, was a renowned rancher and cattleman in Archer County, and his uncle, Larry McMurtry, was an author and screenwriter. This passion combined with his "can do" attitude have enabled him to become one of the top producing Farm and Ranch real estate agents in North Central Texas. He has been blessed to consistently be a multimillion-dollar producer since obtaining his real estate license in 2000. Since joining the Mossy Oak Properties family in 2008, he has earned the Mossy Oak Properties Pinnacle Club award multiple times, which recognizes the top agents per quarter. He regularly achieves Platinum status within the Texas Division and unfailingly generates $20 million plus in annual sales. In both 2016 and 2017, Matt was nominated for Realtor of the Year for the entire Mossy Oak Properties network, which consists of over 650 agents nationwide. He won the Trifecta in 2019 winning the Texas Office of the Year and Agent of the Year awards, along with the National honor of receiving the Fox Haas award for exuding the character and principles the company strives to maintain.

When he's not working, Matt enjoys life with his bride, Brooke, and all the activities their four children (Jordyn, Landon, Lexsey and Lyvian) and one granddaughter (Dustye) are involved in. His family is devotedly involved in their church, school, and sports. Matt pursues all aspects of the great outdoors including fishing, bow hunting for whitetail deer, dove and turkey hunting, as well as calling bobcats and coyotes. Mossy Oak Properties of Texas and Matt share the same passions 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 and the Country Lifestyle."


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Land for Sale by Matt McLemore

Archer County, TX
Nestled against Lake Kickapoo, Briar Creek Ranch is a true hunters and cattleman's paradise. Located in western Archer County Texas on Hwy 422 this 4,625 acre contiguous ranch provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a premiere hunting and ca...
4,625± Acres
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$12,947,200
Archer County, TX
Welcome to the crown jewel of Archer County, The Dunson Ranch! This immaculate gem hosts a gorgeous 6,785 sq ft home astride 160 acres of gently rolling North Texas terrain. SELLER WILL CONSIDER SELLING THE HOME WITH LESS ACREAGE and a majority o...
160.55± Acres
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$2,489,000
Wichita County, TX
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Superb development land in Wichita Falls. Ideal for commercial, residential. With excellent frontage on Hwy 287, City View Drive and Kiel Lane and access to rural water and electricity. This property can be subdivided for housing...
225± Acres
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$2,250,000
Montague County, TX
NEW PRICE! Rolling and heavily treed, this 63.37 acre property boasts beautiful terrain and a gorgeous completely remodeled 1,860 sq ft 3 bedroom 2 bath home with a nice pipe fence entryway! Pump Station Road is being paved and with very low traffic,...
63.37± Acres
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$990,000
New Listing
Wichita County, TX
Reasonably priced, The Thrift Ranch is located northwest of Burkburnett, TX in Wichita County. This 470 +/- acre property has approx 60 ac of cultivation and scattered hardwoods that provide coverage for livestock and wildlife. Wildhorse Creek traver...
470± Acres
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$940,000
New Listing
Clay County, TX
Fulfer Ranch - Approx 200 ac ready for grazing and hunting, with close to 20 acres of tillable land.   Located just east of Lake Arrowhead, in Clay Co. The Fulfer Ranch is an excellent combination ranch. The ranch offers a good set of pens ...
200± Acres
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$767,000

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