Greg Walker

Greg Walker

Ranch Sales
Licensed in: CO

Greg Walker has been a real estate broker since 1989.  He grew up in Eastern New Mexico in Clovis’s farm and ranch community, where one of his grandfathers arrived with the railroad.  His other grandfather lived his life as a cattleman on the Nueces River in South Texas on the family ranch where he was born.  While exploring the geography in-between, Greg earned a film and television degree from SMU in Dallas then cut his real estate teeth in the Texas Hill Country around Austin.  In Texas, he met a girl from the Black Hills of South Dakota and married her.  They moved to New Mexico and began a magical journey raising three determined boys.

In the early years, Greg had fun managing Norman Petty Studios and working on records for LeAnn Rimes, but his love for the land and real estate deals continued to direct his life.  Eventually founding Corrales Realty, Greg sold upper-end homes in Albuquerque and Santa Fe along the Rio Grande for 17 years.  During this time, his rural roots and fascination with rivers led him into ranch sales.  In 2014 Greg started Walker & Martin Ranch Sales with his ranching and business partner Robert Martin.  Bolstered by their success as a team, in October of 2020, Walker & Martin accepted an invitation to join Fay Ranches knowing their clients would benefit from high-profile marketing and coast-to-coast exposure.

Greg brings a confident and creative dynamic to ranch marketing.  He leans on his 30-years of experience closing real estate deals.  He draws on his strengths as a good photographer and writer. He has also become skilled in the field with mapping and game cameras.

Residing in Parker, Colorado (southeast Denver) Greg sells ranches across Colorado and New Mexico.  While guiding others into real estate investments, Greg likes to point out that streams and rivers are the lifelines for wildlife and agriculture.  Growing up in the arid southwest, he executes carefully with an awareness that “Water is Life” and “Sky Determines”.  But philosophy aside, he just gets plain excited by places where cattle grazing meets herds of elk, deer, and antelope.