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18 acres in Llano County, Texas

Posted on: April 23rd, 2019 by Bob Quigley

Note: All structures seen in the aerial views have been removed.

City Limits Ranch Tract #2 is 18+/- acres in Llano, TX on Highway 16 North. It is 6/10 of a mile from Llano yet still outside of the city limits. The property has perimeter fencing on 3 sides (north, south, and west). City Limits Ranch tract #2 has excellent views of downtown Llano including the courthouse as well as 360 degree views of the surrounding Hill Country Mountains. Although not a large property, it backs up to a larger ranch and has potential to be a good small track hunting property with excellent dove hunting as the White Wings come and go from their roost in town to the country to feed and water. There are excellent interior trails that can provide hours of entertainment while riding your UTV to admire the Hill Country sunsets as well as the unique granite outcroppings nestled into the Live Oak motts. There are no structures on the property. This allows the new buyer to plan and build a homesite to their taste and dreams.

Water: There is 1 pond on the property. There is currently no well on the property but the adjoining 17 acre tract has a 12 gallon per minute water well that has all new equipment including pump. The City of Llano has indicated that they are willing to bring in city water and utilities to the property for agreed upon price.

Electricity: Central Texas Electric Co-op power is on the property. The City of Llano has indicated that they are willing to bring in city water and utilities to the property for agreed upon price.

Taxes: The property is currently ag exempt with estimated taxes with exemptions: $280.65 (for 35 acres)

Summary: City Limits Ranch Tract #2 is an 18+/- acre property with wonderful views, excellent water, electricity, and is just 2 minutes from town. There are no hunting, building , or animal/livestock restrictions.

Buyers broker/agent must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first and subsequent showings in order to earn full participation in co-brokerage commission.

Rocking Ox Ranch

Posted on: April 23rd, 2019 by Bob Quigley

Location:
Rocking Ox Ranch is located just 6 miles Northeast of Llano, Texas. This 126 acre ranch with a newer stone home sits just off paved County Road 215 which is one of the more beautiful and quiet roads in Llano County during the wildflower season.

Description:
R.O.R. is 126 acres of rolling hills, native brush, and beautifully improved grass fields. The ranch consists of 80 acres of native pasture with hardwoods including giant live oaks trees, cedar elms, post oaks, and mesquite trees. The Coastal Bermuda pastures encompass 46 acres and currently provide more than enough nutrition for the 19 cattle units on the ranch. County Road 215B is a quiet granite gravel road and runs thru Rocking Ox Ranch. Llano County does a nice job of maintaining the road. There are many recreational opportunities at R.C.R. The ranch provides great cover for native wildlife species including white tail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, quail, feral pigs, and various predators. This property has received very little hunting pressure over the years. The 4 ponds may provide for some great memories fishing with friends and family. Additionally, lots of adventure awaits exploring the nearly 2,000 feet of creek that flows into Reed Creek.

Improvements:
The home was built in 1997 and is approximately 2056 square ft. It is a 2 story, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath custom home with stone exterior. It has an open floorplan with granite counters, custom cabinets, tile floors, stainless steel appliances, and a wood burning fireplace with stone surround. The master bedroom and master bath are downstairs along with a guest bedroom that is currently being used as a home office. A powder bath is also located downstairs. There are two bedrooms and a full bath upstairs. There is a large wood deck attached in the back of the house. The home has a covered carport for 2 vehicles. A nice sized green house is built on to the carport to grow new plants and herbs or to easily care for potted plants during the winter.
A short distance from the house is a covered outdoor kitchen and cooking area. This area has electricity, water, and is hooked up to the main propane tank that services the home.
Just north of the home are 2 pole-barns with enclosed rooms for feed, additional storage, and covered parking for tractors and implements. There are working and sorting pens attached with electricity and water at the barn locations.

Water:
In addition to 4 stock tanks, the ranch has a strong 20-gallon per minute well that was drilled in 2016. The well is 160 feet deep with a submersible pump. Throughout the ranch there are many locations where well water is made available to the livestock and wildlife from troughs and spigots. There is over 1900 feet of an unnamed wet weather creek running across the property that feeds into Reed Creek.
Electricity: Residential electricity is provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op.

Access:
Access to the Rocking Ox Ranch is on County Road 215B. It is 6/10 mile of Llano County maintained granite gravel road to the house after driving on paved County Road 215.

Price:
$1,430,000.00 ($11,349/acre) 2018 ag-exempt taxes were $3,092.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as required by proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.
Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.

17 acres in Llano County, Texas

Posted on: April 18th, 2019 by Bob Quigley

Note: All structures seen in the aerial views have been removed.

City Limits Ranch Tract #1 is 17+/- acres in Llano, TX on Highway 16 North. It is 6/10 of a mile from Llano yet still outside of the city limits. The property has perimeter fencing including new painted steel pipe and sheep wire fencing on the road frontage. City Limits Ranch has excellent views of downtown Llano including the courthouse as well as 360 degree views of the surrounding Hill Country Mountains. Although not a large property, it backs up to a larger ranch and has potential to be a good small track hunting property with excellent dove hunting as the White Wings come and go from their roost in town to the country to feed and water. There are excellent interior trails that can provide hours of entertainment while riding your UTV to admire the Hill Country sunsets as well as the unique granite outcroppings nestled into the Live Oak motts. With the exception of the original stone pump house, there are no structures on the property. This allows the new buyer to plan and build a homesite to their taste and dreams. This property also presents a unique opportunity for commercial use.

Water: There are 2 ponds on the property. The larger pond on the front of the property is known for holding water even in severe draught. There is a 12 gallon per minute water well that has all new equipment including pump. The City of Llano has indicated that they are willing to bring in city water and utilities to the property for agreed upon price.

Electricity: Central Texas Electric Co-op power is on the property. The City of Llano has indicated that they are willing to bring in city water and utilities to the property for agreed upon price.

Taxes: The property is currently ag exempt with estimated taxes with exemptions: $280.65 (for 35 acres)

Summary: City Limits Ranch Tract #1 is an 17+/- acre property with wonderful views, excellent water, electricity, and is just 2 minutes from town. There are no hunting, building , or animal/livestock restrictions.

Buyers broker/agent must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first and subsequent showings in order to earn full participation in co-brokerage commission.

35 acres just North of Llano, TX

Posted on: April 17th, 2019 by Bob Quigley

***Note: All structures seen in the aerial views have been removed.

City Limits Ranch is 35.29 acres in Llano, TX on Highway 16 North. It is 6/10 of a mile from Llano yet still outside of the city limits. The property has perimeter fencing including new painted steel pipe and sheep wire fencing on the road frontage. City Limits Ranch has excellent views of downtown Llano including the courthouse as well as 360 degree views of the surrounding Hill Country Mountains. Although not a large property, it backs up to a larger ranch and has potential to be a good small track hunting property with excellent dove hunting as the White Wings come and go from their roost in town to the country to feed and water. There are excellent interior trails that can provide hours of entertainment while riding your UTV to admire the Hill Country sunsets as well as the unique granite outcroppings nestled into the Live Oak motts. With the exception of the original stone pump house, there are no structures on the property. This allows the new buyer to plan and build a homesite to their taste and dreams. This property also presents a unique opportunity for commercial use.

Water: There are 3 ponds on the property. The larger pond on the front of the property is known for holding water even in severe draught. The two ponds in the back have recently been re-worked. There is a 12 gallon per minute water well that has all new equipment including pump. The City of Llano has indicated that they would be willing to bring in city water and utilities to the property for agreed upon price.

Electricity: Central Texas Electric Co-op power is on the property. The City of Llano has indicated that they would be willing to bring in city water and utilities to the property for agreed upon price.

Taxes: The property is currently ag exempt with estimated taxes with exemptions: $280.65.

Summary: City Limits Ranch is a 35.29 acre property with wonderful views, excellent water, electricity, and is just 2 minutes from town. There are no hunting, building , or animal/livestock restrictions.

Buyers broker/agent must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first and subsequent showings in order to earn full participation in co-brokerage commission.

The Doole Ranch

Posted on: April 10th, 2019 by Clayton Leverett

Location: The Doole Ranch is approximately 34 miles Northwest of Brady, Texas just 4 miles West of what is known as Doole, Texas. That makes is approximately 170 miles from San Antonio, Texas and approximately 150 miles to Austin, Texas.

Land: The Doole Ranch is relatively flat as far as topography goes. The soils are sandy to sandy loam and the area is known for dry land farming. There are 2 fenced areas that previous farming has taken place on in the Southwest (approx. 70ac) and Southeast corners (approx. 130ac). It isnt known when the fields were in production last.
There is a good mix of brush (predominantly tasajillo and mesquite) and cleared areas.

Water: There are 5 small ponds (less than 2 acres) on the ranch. It is believed that the ranch resides over the Hickory aquifer but there are no water wells on the property. There is a municipal tap from Millersview-Doole Water Corporation on the property.

Improvements: The ranch has cross-fencing and there are 3 fenced pastures, excluding the two fields. There is a set of cattle pens (pipe and steel panels) along with a rock storage shed and hay/loafing shed. There is a storage shed (2-car/2-bay garage) with a concrete floor. Electricity is on the property as well and is provided by Concho Valley Electric Co-op.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.

Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.

Fischer Store Ranch 95 acres

Posted on: February 16th, 2019 by Bob Quigley

Fischer Store Ranch 95 acres

Location: Fischer Store Ranch is located approximately one hour from Austin and San Antonio
and four hours from both Houston and Dallas. The quaint village of Wimberley is 15 minutes
away with nice shopping and dining. The property is in Hays County and less than 1 mile from
the Comal County line. The Blanco river is a short 900 foot walk away from the property.

Description: The ranch begins with 44+ acres of improved grass pasture land that transitions off the Blanco River
bottom into 50+ acres of rocky escarpments and mesas full of Texas red oak, cherry, walnut, cedar elms and
live oaks that have been estimated to be over 300 years old. From atop the Devil's Backbone
and Ranch Road 32 some ten miles away, across the cedar hills it is possible to see the open
grass fields of Fischer Store Ranch. It is a beautiful piece of
the Texas Hill Country, diverse in many ways.

Water: . A large stocked pond on the property makes for great fishing, duck hunting,
swimming, or relaxation. The pond is supplemented from one of the 20+ gallon per
minute wells on the ranch. The 95 acre ranch is over one of Texas major aquifers, the Trinity
Aquifer. There are 2 water wells on the
property ranging from 20 -30 gallons per minute. Well logs available upon request.

Access: The beautiful stone entrance is directly on Fischer Store Road and includes a decorative iron gate with electric gate for entry.

Improvements: There is a 1,248 square foot 2 bedroom, 2 bath cabin on the property that includes a screened in porch, fenced yard, and detached garage with a walk in game freezer. There are several potential homesites that could make an excellent place to build a larger home.

Wildlife: Under careful supervision of wildlife biologists since 1994, the ranch has nearly every
animal and bird species known in central Texas. Large flocks of wild turkey, mature whitetail
deer, dove, waterfowl, red fox/grey fox, jackrabbits, ring-tail cats, and occasional feral pigs can
be found. There are painted buntings and Eastern blue birds around the cabin to watch
and various birds of prey.

Price: $2,200,00. 2017 Wildlife exempt taxes were $

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller,
and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market.
Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local,
state, and federal law, and due diligence as required by proposed use. SHOWN BY

APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.

Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first
showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole
discretion of the listing broker.

Dog Ridge Ranch

Posted on: January 22nd, 2019 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Approximately 22 miles Northwest of Llano, Texas. It is nearest to the tiny Texas communities of Valley Spring, Pontotoc, and Castell, Texas. Its approximately 80 miles from Austin, Texas.

Land: Dog Ridge Ranch sits atop a knoll to the west of an area favorite, Smoothing Iron Mountain. The entire East side of the home faces Smoothing Iron and tremendous views can be had from almost every room.
There is a good mix of brush (predominantly tasajillo, whitebrush, and mesquite), hardwoods (Live and Post Oak mostly), and cleared areas. The soil is sandy to sandy loam allowing the opportunity to plant a wide variety of species from grasses to food plots.

Water: A shallow drainage runs in a SE to NW direction across the ranch and may lend itself to a good location for a pond. Water for the house, barn, and livestock is located at the SE corner of the ranch and was last tested at 30 gallons per minute.

Improvements: The show stopper of the ranch is the home. At approximately 3000 sq. ft. with approximately 1500 sq. ft. of porches, this 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home is comprised of two 1930s/40s Craftsman style homes that were moved onto the property in 2017 and situated on a solid, steel reinforced, concrete beam foundation. The exterior of the home is rock and plaster with a floor to ceiling, wooden windowed, three season breezeway which houses the laundry area along with freezer, hot water heater and storage area. Both sides of the breezeway open onto expansive decks for year-round enjoyment of country life. The roof is colored metal selected to blend in with the surrounding countryside. The house was traditionally positioned on a southeast / northwest axis to take advantage of prevailing summer breezes.
The home boasts new electrical and plumbing systems and was painstakingly renovated over 2017 and 2018. No expense was spared restoring the original longleaf pine floors throughout the home. The double living room, library and breakfast room retain their ship lap siding and the living room, dining room, center entry hall and breezeway have new beaded board ceilings. All rooms, save two of the three bathrooms and kitchen, have beautiful crown molding. The house was originally built as an all wood home meaning that under the drywall walls you will find ship lap wooden walls.
The home offers views from each room with forty-seven of fifty-three windows replaced with energy saving vinyl windows. Care was taken to preserve both the interior and exterior wooden trim that surrounds the new windows to maintain the appearance of the original cased windows. Windows in the double living room (nine) are double hung while the remainder single hung. Six windows were intentionally left as original wooden windows and sealed and closed at various entrance points to the home to remind visitors, and the owner, of the authenticity and craftsmanship of the era.

There are three full baths and three bedrooms with a possible fourth bedroom if the library were used as a bedroom. Two of the three bathrooms offer restored claw-foot tubs and two of the three bathrooms have floor to ceiling tiled, step in, wall to wall showers. The master bath shower room exits to a side porch / entry that serves as a glorified mud room so as not to track through the home after a hard days work on the property. Each wing of the home has its own independent central electric heat pump HVAC as well as a freestanding, vent less, gas fireplace should electrical service go down during the odd ice storm.
Three bedrooms, two baths and a small television room are in the private bedroom wing while the public wing boasts a large center entry hall, large dining room, double living room, library / den and a two-room kitchen and a breakfast area with original built-in buffet with mirrored back splash. One of the living rooms could easily be used as a dining room if a separate den area were desired utilizing the current, formal dining room.
The kitchen offers a farmhouse sink, integrated Kitchen Aid stainless steel dishwasher, butcher block counter tops and easy close drawer storage in the central island. The cooking alcove is comprised of a Samsung continuous, cast iron grate, propane gas cook top and a built-in Frigidaire electric oven flanked by cabinets with pull out racks for storing cookware. Cabinet to ceiling beveled subway tiles adorn and protect the walls of the cooking alcove and back splash between sink and wall cabinets.
Electric service to the house is underground and each wing of the home has its own 200 amps service for a total of 400 amps of supplied service to the residence. The bedroom wing shares its 200 amps service with the barn. All electrical service to the house and barn is buried from the main service lines provided by Central Texas Electric Cooperative (CTEC).
The property has a 250 gallon propane tank located between the barn and north side of the house. New septic service was installed in 2017 and runs from the back of the house to the tank and drain fields located south of the home.
Situated to the north of the residence is a concrete slab, all steel metal barn. The structure, (while suffering from lack of organization due to the home construction project) provides 1800 square feet of open storage. Side walls are ten feet in height and the trusses were welded on site and offer twelve feet of height down the length of the building. There are three operable windows for air circulation and three lockable, roll up doors. Two of the doors are eight feet high while the third is ten feet. There is also one keyed pass through entry door.
Electrical supply to the barn is a 200 amp service shared with the bedroom wing of the house and minimal wiring has been completed within the barn. There are more than sixty running feet of combined shelving and worktop space installed and ready for your own farm and ranch projects.
The barn is fully guttered and one half of the roof area feeds two 2500 gallon rain collection tanks. One of the tanks has been plumbed to supply two remote spigots. Spigots from rain catchment are sprayed in orange neon paint to indicate non-potable water while potable water spigots are sprayed blue to avoid confusion. There are numerous spigots located a short distance from the house so as to provide ready watering supply to the three rows of wine grapes, raised asparagus bed and fruit trees.
The water line running from the well to the residence has numerous buried supply boxes providing access to below ground spigots and tie-ins for additional remote water runs should irrigation or supplemental pond water be desired on the property. There are currently three, man-made steel wildlife watering structures on the property in addition to the three seasonal ponds. There are also two old concrete and plaster watering structures awaiting restoration near the old home site at inside the south gated entrance.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.
Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.

Canyon Creek Ranch

Posted on: April 12th, 2018 by Bob Quigley

Canyon Creek Ranch

Location: Canyon Creek Ranch is located approximately one hour from Austin and San Antonio
and four hours from both Houston and Dallas. The quaint village of Wimberley is 15 minutes
away with nice shopping and dining. The property is in Hays County and less than 1 mile from
the Comal County line.
Description: The ranch begins with open pasture land that transitions off the Blanco River
bottom into rocky escarpments and mesas full of Texas red oak, cherry, walnut, cedar elms and
live oaks that have been estimated to be over 300 years old. From atop the Devil's Backbone
and Ranch Road 32 some ten miles away, across the cedar hills it is possible to see the open
grass fields and shiny tin roof of the horse barn on Canyon Creek Ranch. It is a beautiful piece of
the Texas Hill Country, diverse in many ways. A deep limestone canyon cuts through the ranch
and most of the year is full of clear and cold spring water.
Water: Honey Creek is located on the ranch (3300 of creek frontage). Running in the SW
pasture, Honey Creek is a strong-flowing creek that empties into the Blanco River and at the time
of this writing (March, 2018) has a steady flow. There are several low-flowing springs scattered
throughout the ranch. Two stocked ponds on the property make for great fishing, duck hunting,
swimming, or relaxation. The larger pond is supplemented from one of the 20+ gallon per
minute wells on the ranch. The 235 acre ranch is over one of Texas major aquifers, the Trinity
Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it. There are 4 water wells on the
property ranging from 20 -30 gallons per minute. Well logs available upon request.
Access: There are 2 access points to Canyon Creek Ranch. Both are directly off of Fischer Store
Road. The main entrance is through an electric gate.
Improvements: There are 3 main structures on the ranch that are in excellent condition.
Nearest the entrance of the ranch is the guesthouse; a 2 story, 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath, screened
porch, bonus room that could be converted into a bedroom, and a detached garage with walk-in game freezer. Secondly, the cabin
contains a large bedroom, bath, complete kitchen, living room and screened porch. Attached is
a party pavilion with roll up doors on both sides allowing the Hill Country breeze to move
through. Finally, a 4 stall, first class horse barn with 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment with full
kitchen for guests or ranch/horse hands. There is also an office, a garden room with sink, and
separate bathroom in the horse barn. On top of the canyon there is a viewing deck and seating
area with a new well and electricity.
Wildlife: Under careful supervision of wildlife biologists since 1994, the ranch has nearly every
animal and bird species known in central Texas. Large flocks of wild turkey, mature whitetail
deer, dove, waterfowl, red fox/grey fox, jackrabbits, ring-tail cats, and occasional feral pigs can
be found. There are painted buntings and Eastern blue birds around the guesthouse to watch
and various birds of prey in the canyon. Over the years a pair of bald eagles comes to stay, likely
visiting from the Highland Lakes region up north. The University of Texas at Austin Biology
department has performed research in the canyon floor discovering several desirable plant
species previously unknown to be in the region.
Price: $4,900,000. 2017 Wildlife exempt taxes were $5,500.
The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller,
and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market.
Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local,
state, and federal law, and due diligence as required by proposed use. SHOWN BY
APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.
Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first
showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole
discretion of the listing broker.

Cedar Mountain Ranch

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Clayton Leverett

Location: Cedar Mountain Ranch is located 25 miles South of Llano, Texas and 22 miles North of Fredericksburg, Texas off of the historic and scenic Willow City Loop.

Description: Rough and raw are the best adjectives for the Cedar Mountain Ranch. A large portion of the ranch is located on top of Cedar Mountain. With approximately 360 feet in elevation changes, views to the South and East of the ranch are nothing short of extraordinary. Almost 1/3 of CMR lies in Llano County with the remainder being in Gillespie County.

The road system is adequate and provides a good overview of what the ranch has to offer. A large portion of CMR is densely covered, primarily in Juniper, Persimmon, and Bee Brush. Other than that, your standard mix of hardwoods includes Post Oaks, Live Oaks, and a smattering of Red Oaks and Cedar Elms. Cedar Mountain Ranch also has one of the highest concentrations of Mountain Laurel that I've seen on a single property in a long time. The Lower Colorado River Authority has a transmission easement and the line runs East/West through the ranch.

Water: In the Northeast quadrant of the ranch, a long, deep canyon, a little over a mile long, contains multiple springs and normally is a constant flowing unnamed creek. The photos, taken in late June 2015, show some of its potential. The owners, as well as neighboring ranchers, have said that the springs that feed into the creek are strong and almost never stop flowing. The location of CMR is directly over one of Texas minor aquifers, the Hickory Aquifer, and the springs more than likely emanate from it.

Access: There are three access points to public roads. Two of the access points are directly off of the Willow City Loop (over 5000 of Loop frontage) and the other is off of the Willow CityClick Road, which dead ends into private property a short distance from CMR.

Improvements: There is an old hunting shack located at the Northeast quadrant of the ranch. Residential electricity (from Central Texas Electric Coop) comes onto the property near the cabin.

A water well, near the center of the property, contains a solar-powered pump logged at 30gpm to supply water for livestock and wildlife.

Cabin, shop/barn(as seen in video) with septic, 60gpm water well, and approximately 100 additional acres can be purchased. Inquire with listing broker for more details.

The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS.

Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.