Cassie Pimperton

(208) 660-0378
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Cassie grew up on a family farm in North Idaho where they raised cattle and owned and operated a butcher shop. Cassie is now married to a 5th generation rancher in Belt, Montana where she and her husband work to instill the principles of family values and work ethic into their two young boys. Cassie admires and understands the value of the simple life. The farming and ranching lifestyle is one that she hopes to share with others as a real estate agent with Corder and Associates.

For nearly a decade, Cassie taught and coached basketball in Fort Benton. Her tireless hard work and dedication led to numerous divisional tournament placements and culminated in leading the girls’ varsity program to their first-ever state class C championship. The most important things in Cassie’s life, though, are her sons, so she decided to hang up the whistle in favor of spending more time with her family and raising her boys in the family ranching tradition. She took a teaching job closer to home in Belt and pursued a career in real estate. Cassie hopes to share the ranch-life tradition that she lives, an appreciation for the outdoors, and the stronger sense of community and family with her clients.

As a coach, Cassie’s competitive spirit helped her athletes achieve their goals and become successful. She is committed to supporting your aspirations and dreams. Cassie understands the value of teamwork and is willing to engage and communicate with you to make your search for the perfect property a positive and successful experience!

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  • Under Contract

    Montana / Chouteau County

    $49,000
    20 acres
    Listing Status
    Under Contract

    Property Type

    Vacant Land, Waterfront, Recreational
    Where the deer and the antelope definitely play, this property borders the mighty Missouri River amongst wheat fields and creasing coulees. Central Montana lies within the ripe Golden Triangle producing much of the country’s grain. The rippling waves of wheat provides an ideal habitat for — Read more