In today's farm and ranch real estate market, there is simply no substitute for a good ranch broker with an expert appraisal team to back him up. Whether you're aiming to buy or sell property, working with a qualified, knowledgeable broker can spell the difference between a smooth transaction and an unsuccessful one. We are a fourth generation, family owned, farm and ranch real estate specialty firm, in business since 1920. Chas. S. Middleton and Son is a dedicated and knowledgeable farm and ranch real estate and appraisal firm that can provide you with the highly specialized information that will help you make the right decision. It's the combination of this unique market knowledge and excellent negotiating skills that allow us to get you the optimal price for any property you plan to sell or buy. As ranch brokers and land value experts in Texas, New Mexico, Kansas, Colorado and Oklahoma, Chas. S. Middleton and Son can provide you with helpful insights about the area. With a professional yet friendly approach, Chas. S. Middleton and Son helps clients feel comfortable about what can be a stressful decision. Trust is hard to come by in today's fiercely competitive farm and ranch real estate market. Chas. S. Middleton and Son is here to provide you with the professionalism and integrity needed to ensure that you feel secure in what can feel like one of the biggest decisions of your life. If you have any additional questions, don't hesitate to contact expert sales team or appraisers at Chas. S. Middleton and Son today! Photo Of Cattle Drive 1939 - Caption Reads: Yearlings from J.P. Campbell Ranch to Chicago Producers for Iowa and Illinois Feeders September 19, 1939. Sale effected by Charles S. Middleton and Son, Lubbock TX For Charles Middleton, founder of Charles Middleton & Son, Lubbock in the early days was a place where ranchers gathered and cattle was sold. Two generations later, the Middleton name lives on in his grandson Sam, who spends his time appraising thousands of acres of land involving farms and ranches in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.