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Our Team

Tim BradleyTim Bradley, owner

Tim Bradley began his career in commercial real estate in 1987, after graduating from University of Texas with an MBA in real estate and finance. He moved to Jackson in 1999 after two years with Kenneth Leventhal & Company and a 10 year career as a commercial appraiser in Dallas, Texas. Tim specializes in the leasing and sale of office, retail, and industrial property in Jackson Hole. He has closed over 200 commercial leases and sales in Jackson since 2002.

Tim is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM). Only 6 percent of the estimated 150,000 commercial real estate practitioners nationwide hold the CCIM designation. He has earned the MAI designation from the Appraisal Institute, the highest designation available for commercial appraisal. Tim is a graduate of Leadership Jackson Hole, a past president of the Board of Directors of Teton Literacy Program and recipient of their Founder’s Award, a past board member of the Rotary Club of Jackson Hole, and a past board member of the Teton Board of Realtors.

James Mat Fish_2James Mathieu, owner

James’ family bought a ranch in Jackson Hole when he was seven. After graduating from Williams College in 1972, James moved to Jackson and owned and managed Wyoming Outfitters as both a retail and mail order enterprise. In 1988, James started his own clothing line called Ranch Exit. That venture eventually took James to Paris, France where he also worked as the European Sales Manager for Stetson and Resistol Hats, Lucchese Boots, Montana Silver, Cruel Girl and Cinch clothing in Europe. James began his commercial real estate practice in 1998 and became a broker in 1990. James has received continuing education certification from the IBBA, GRI and CCIM.

James has experience both in residential and commercial real estate in Teton, Sublette and Lincoln Counties in Wyoming, and Teton County in Idaho. James has worked with local, regional and national tenants and investor groups. He is the Past Chairman of the Jackson Hole Land Trust, and is currently on the board of Jackson Hole Community School and Teton Literacy Program in addition to teaching high school philosophy, coaching youth baseball and teaching skiing. James also served as a board member for Good Samaritan Mission. He is the Past President of the Western and English Retailers of America and has also served on the Board of the Men’s Retailers of America (headquartered in Washington, D.C.). James received a Fulbright Scholarship to study in India in 1970. James has trekked in Bhutan and Sikkim, surfed in the Maldives, and honeymooned in Europe.

Ray ElserRay Elser, Broker

Ray’s interest in real estate  began in 1976 as a carpenter framing houses in Sandy, Utah and Boise, Idaho.  He received his real estate license in 1980 and began his career at Pioneer Realty in Jackson. In 1983, he moved to San Antonio, Texas to join Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services to lease and sell industrial real estate.  Returning to Jackson in 1993, Ray’s work in real estate has involved commercial and residential real estate. Recently he has assisted clients in the acquisition and sale of ranches & recreational land.

For 13 years, Ray served on the Town of Jackson Planning and Zoning Commission & Board of Adjustments. He served on the Board of Directors of the Teton Board of Realtors, and was its president in 2000-2001; and served as president of the Wyoming Association of Realtors in 2005. In March of 2010, the governor appointed Ray to the Wyoming Real Estate Commission.

Hardie1David Hardie

David Hardie has over 35 years of commercial real estate experience in the US, France, UK and Chile. He worked with Cushman & Wakefield in Atlanta, then was a co-founder of IDI in Atlanta (www.idi.com), the largest private industrial real estate developer in the US, when he left in 1993 (to marry and move to Wyoming). He has worked as a developer and consultant in Scotland and now specializes in the sale, leasing and project management of industrial and office property around Jackson Hole.

Outside of real estate, Mr. Hardie was raised in the UK, educated at Eton College and earned a law degree at Cambridge University. He roughnecked on oil rigs in the North Sea before moving to the US and Wyoming to work as a packer and hunting guide for 2 years. Mr. Hardie has also owned businesses in Scotland and Chile and is a back country skier, golfer and fisherman. He is married to a Mississippi girl and they have two teenage sons. He has served on the Vestry at St. John’s Church and is a past Chairman of the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance.