As a native of north Collin County, Angie Nelson is an expert in the ranches, farms and lifestyle that make up the growing areas in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma.
She graduated from Oklahoma State University and has accrued almost 20 years of real estate experience, including residential, commercial and land investments. Transactions totaling over $90 million give credibility to her expertise.
Angie began her career as part of a family owned and operated real estate company headquartered in Plano, Texas. As a former ranch owner and developer, she is also well equipped to handle larger acquisitions. She comes from a long line of "cattle raising," which began with her great grandfather running Herefords in western Oklahoma and continued with her father's Registered Hereford cattle operation in southern Oklahoma.
As a vice president with Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, Angie is part of a powerful network that connects buyers and sellers across the Metroplex and around the world. She has the market knowledge and experience to help clients with land sales and purchases of all types-from the large livestock operation to the smaller legacy ranch perfect for weekend getaways and family gatherings.
Angie served on the Collin County Open Space Bond Committee, the election campaign committee for President George W. Bush in 2000 and 2004 and is a former member of the City of Plano Heritage Commission. Additionally, she is a graduate of Leadership Plano, Class XV and contributed her time and talent to the Plano Independent School District Mentor Program. She has participated as a judge in the Houston Livestock Show and is a member of American Quarter Horse Association. Angie is also a member of the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors and the Texas Cattlemen's Association, and she holds a real estate broker's license for the states of Texas and Oklahoma. In Angie's spare time she spends time with her horses and enjoys the outdoors, wildlife and travel.