Josh Morgan

When it comes to buying or selling a Texas ranch, commercial property or residential property, it’s important to find a real estate agent with unwavering integrity and ethics who also specializes in your particular property interests. At 1836 Realty Group, each of our agents must maintain these high professional standards because they represent both our company and our clients. One of these exceptional agents is Josh Morgan — read more below to see why he would be an outstanding choice to help you with your real estate needs.

As a sixth generation Texan, Josh is committed to helping his clients navigate the Texas real estate market and strike the very best deals on premier properties throughout the Texas Hill Country. Josh has wildlife management experience and is an avid outdoorsman – both of which are an added value to his real estate business. Buyers and sellers alike will benefit from his ability to advise them on the best use and value of recreational, hunting and investment properties. His professionalism and dedication to all he does makes him an excellent agent to represent someone considering their next move in today’s rural real estate market.

Josh grew up in Stephenville working in and around the farm and ranch industry, which is how he learned the importance of hard work and where he gained the valuable skills of wildlife management. His lifelong appreciation for the great outdoors has only grown over time, even during his career prior to real estate. Josh spent a decade working in the business technology industry focusing heavily on organizational growth. During that tenure, he developed an expertise in sales and professional leadership, which he will also leverage to help his real estate clients. Josh is friendly, highly driven, and has a track record of going the extra mile for his clients.

He lives in Leander with his wife and two young sons. When he’s not pushing himself professionally, you can find Josh enjoying time with his family, playing sports or the guitar, or hunting or fishing somewhere in Texas.