Bar M Real Estate is a full service agency, specializing in the representation of New Mexico rural properties including western working ranches, hunting ranches, scenic recreational ranches and irrigated farms.
Bar M Real Estate represents sellers of New Mexico rural real estate specializing in farm and ranch properties including scenic western ranches, federal land grazing permits and irrigated farms. Bar M Real Estate will also represent the buyer as a buyer's agent to assist in locating a suitable property that fits the client's desires and objectives.
In addition to brokerage services, Bar M Real Estate offers a ranch property management service to assist the absentee owner in the everyday management of rural properties. The service is "hands on" ranging from research and hiring of employment personnel to livestock management and improvement construction.
Scott McNally is a ranch raised New Mexico native with a lifetime experience in ranching and thirty years experience rural property brokerage. Scott is also a licensed appraiser; keeping in tune with the dynamic aspects of today’s evolving real estate market. This diverse background provides Bar M Real Estate with the experience to research and represent western rural properties.
In addition to brokerage services, Bar M Real Estate offers a ranch property management service to assist the absentee owner in the everyday management of rural properties. The service is “hands on” ranging from research and hiring of employment personnel to livestock management and improvement construction. Scott McNally operated the 25,000 acre family ranching operation for over twenty years and is experienced in a diversity of livestock operations. Scott’s hands on experience also extends to wildlife management with oversight of the construction and management of two New Mexico Class A game parks utilized for desert mule deer and elk hunting.
Scott McNally is an active member of numerous state and national livestock organizations keeping current on the issues that affect property rights, water rights, and federal land grazing issues.
$2,500,000 • 6,680 acres
This is a nice ranch unit that is improved and ready to go. The rains will come and the capacity may be brought back to normal numbers with one good growing season.
$9,950,000 • 55,818 acres
This is one heck of a New Mexico ranch that offers multiple use and even though there is a considerable amount of lease land, public access is limited. This one definitely deserves a look
$498,000 • 10 acres
Nice small irrigated farm planted in new alfalfa hay. Irrigation water is provided by one well with senior artesian water rights. The water rights are classified as historic artesian water rights. A side roll sprinkler applies water to the surface.