Licensed in: ID
As an Idaho native, Curtis joins Fay Ranches with over 15 years of expert ranch brokerage experience. Starting off as a big game outfitter, guiding customers through the Idaho wilderness, Curtis discovered that many of his customers realized the beauty of the lands surrounding them and subsequently, they wanted property in Idaho.
In 2004 Curtis founded 4URanch Realty LLC. located in Rexburg, Idaho. Specializing in ranches for recreation, corporate retreats and investment, Curtis served both buyers and sellers utilizing his extensive knowledge and negotiation experience making nationwide connections for those interested in land across southeast Idaho.
Licensed in Idaho, Curtis is well-versed on the complete process involved with the sale of a property including the assessment and negotiation of surrounding properties allowing for contiguous parcels. This includes working knowledge of the 1031 tax deferred exchanges, conservation easements and negotiation with local land trusts. Understanding wildlife habitat on a particular ranch is important to sustaining viable big game herds. As a ranch owner himself, Curtis understands the need for proper placement of structures, flora and food plots tolerated by big game.
Curtis’ expansive knowledge in evaluating unique opportunities for buyers and sellers. outfitting, ranching and wildlife, makes him a valued member to the Fay Ranches team. We look forward to Curtis assisting clients who are ready to experience the undiscovered beauty of Idaho.
As a ranch owner myself, I understand the need for proper placement of structures, flora and food plots tolerated by big game. I utilize my background as well as the abundance of experience I’m surrounded by at Fay to make sure my clients receive the highest level of insight and service available in the industry. We have a culture of collaboration that spans from coast to coast with experts in every type of land use, from large operating ranches to timber properties, sporting ranches and vineyards. This experience proves valuable for both the land investor and those looking to sell land.
2481 N 2000 W
Rexburg, Idaho 83440
Available Property Listings by Curtis Ferney
The springs, pastures, canyons and forest areas on this property provide a wonderful habitat for domestic and wild life, as well as feeling of peace and appreciation for the land. It is a unique property and very much the end of the road with plenty of privacy.
Pintail Point is situated on the shoreline of 6,000± acre Henry’s Lake and is surrounded by mountains with a perfect setting for a dream home or cabin, perfect for the outdoor enthusiast with year-round cultural and recreational activities.
Champagne Creek Ranch is noted for its exceptional surroundings. Enjoy the rich bouquet of wildflowers, Quaking Aspen groves, and streams. Views of the Sawtooth National Forest and occasional outcroppings. The ranch has adequate water with 2 irrigation wells, 2 culinary wells, Champagne Creek and a backup reservoir for pivot irrigation.
Articles Authored by Curtis Ferney
Lisa Lockhart is sponsored by Fay Ranches Sales Agents: Kebi Smith, Neil Bangs, Kevin Stowe, Cheryl Summer, Mike Konstant, RJ Patterson, John Anderson, Kimberly Lowry, Dixie Barry As a native of Montana being raised on a farm/ranch, the western lifestyle of being dependent upon the land and caring for animals is a value that was ingrained […]
Idaho is still the unfound secret to the northwest, filled with a vast array of wild forests, snow-capped mountains, fertile soil, picturesque canyons, clear rivers, and plenty of public lands to enjoy in conjunction with your private. Sparsely populated, full of scenic wonders, and featuring world-class trout fishing and hunting, Idaho is an outdoor enthusiast’s […]
By Dave Halgerson, Fay Ranches Broker, Idaho When the topic of big game hunting property comes up, there are many visions regarding what the ideal terrain is and how many animals it may hold within its boundaries. For many people, the towering mountain scenery with snowcapped peaks gleaming in the distance comes to mind first. […]