Featured Listings


Sorry we are experiencing system issues. Please try again.

Virtual Tours

Take a virtual look inside some of our homes! Have Questions? Please contact us, we are happy to help!

Recreational Things to do in the ‘Mucc

67% of Nevada – 48 million acres belong to the American people. Whether you make your living ranching or mining or whether you enjoy the iconic landscapes of the West by horseback, off-highway vehicle, hiking, hunting or fishing, you share our common heritage of public lands. Access to wide open spaces is in the fiber of Nevada history.

Our Team

Michael Andrews

License# B.1001246

775-530-2623

Christina Brown

License# S.190826

775-403-3127

Relocation Information

First of all — we are so happy you’re considering moving to the area! we may be biased, but we think our community is a wonderful place to call home. While this is an exciting new chapter for you, we also understand the challenges that come with navigating a move to a new area.

Considering moving to the area? We know the local area, both as an agent and as a neighbor, and can help make this transition seamless for you.

Latest News

Why Live Here!

We proudly serve Winnemucca and the Surrounding areas, home to nearly 17,000 people!

Winnemucca is a great place to live, as well as work. Our local economy is largely supported by the Gold Mining, Manufacturing, Ranching and Farming Industries.

Winnemucca is the best place to get that small-town feel, while still enjoying the big-city luxuries such as our restaurants, shopping, and 24/7 Casinos. Many businesses revolve around the Mining schedule, so they open early and close late, if not 24/7.

If you’re looking for the perfect blend of all four seasons, Winnemucca is the place to be! The region has a mild high desert climate, 225 days of sunshine per year, warm days in the summer moderated by the cool summer nights. Winters are easy, with an average of only 53 days per year that the temperature drops below freezing.

Winnemucca is surrounded by vast, unpopulated lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management. What does miles and miles of desert mean? The opportunity for nearly unlimited access to explore, sightsee, hunt, fish, and pretty much anything else that fancies you.