Licensed in: OR
Raised on a ranch in Eastern Oregon as the youngest of three children, Jack is proud to carry on family traditions of honesty, integrity, and hard work. His upbringing instilled in him an appreciation for land, what it has to offer, and the importance of conservation. These values led to a natural outcome of a desire to be a land broker. Building a reputation of honesty, knowledge, and trust is a high priority for Jack. Being immersed in the workings of ranches and farms from an early age, Jack knows what is required to have a working farm or ranch make sense for a buyer. Having the first hand, day-to-day experience of what needs to be done sets Jack apart. Combining recreational use and agricultural production of land and seeing that land is as productive as it can be are a couple of the things Jack focuses on.
Jack attended college where he earned his degree in Ag Business and twice qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo in saddle bronc. In addition to starting his ranch broker career, Jack is continuing his rodeo pursuits in the PRCA. Fishing, hunting, and golf are a few of the activities Jack enjoys when not working.
Fully understanding a client’s needs and having as much knowledge as possible about a property in a transaction are two things Jack strives to achieve. The desire to always be learning and attention to detail are two traits Jack is proud to have. Along with Fay Ranches excellent resources, Jack is excited to have the opportunity to work with and learn from his dad Kenny, who has been a commercial real estate broker for 32 years and is a member of the Fay Ranches Oregon team.
1 Active Properties Listed by Jack Bentz
In the middle of the Oregon High Desert, this property is a compact, productive operation. Two Valley pivots and two rental homes make up this dual-income opportunity. Improvements include a hay shed and a large shop that includes a heated bay. There are 244± acres of irrigated ground from one private well on the property. It is just three miles from Crane schools and 30 miles from the town of Burns. A great opportunity to raise quality hay and rent out for fall pasture.