Raised in and around Breckenridge, Texas, Caleb Masters grew up surrounded by hard-working people who had a passion for the outdoors. It didn’t take long for both of those traits to rub off on him. As a teenager, he hired on with several local ranches and learned to appreciate the true meaning of a long day’s labor. However, he found the combination of working hard while working outdoors deeply rewarding. After graduating from high school in Albany, TX, Caleb transitioned to Tarleton State University where he studies for his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
In addition to ranch work that kept him busy during his younger years, Caleb assisted his parents in flipping houses. Through this experience, he gained an invaluable education about the workings of the real estate business. Caleb never minds rolling up his sleeves and doing what needs to be done. And, he’ll be the first to tell you that he owes his outstanding work ethic to those who helped him grow into a man who appreciates the reward of success that comes after the hard work is over. He feels immensely grateful for his parents and former employers for setting the bar high and encouraging him along the way.
When asked the question, what is your ideal career, he answers immediately. “It’s one that allows me to combine my love of the outdoors and passion for farm and ranch life, with my desire to help people find their perfect piece of Texas.” He further states that his priority is to make sure his clients achieve their real estate goals, knowing he treated them fairly and with respect along the journey. Caleb says that everything he works toward, whether it’s real estate deals or personal goals, is summed up in Clark Real Estate Group’s motto: “Knowledge, Integrity, Results.”
In what little time remains between studying for his bachelor’s degree and learning all he can about holding a Texas REALTOR® license, Caleb seeks to spend time – you guessed it – in the great outdoors. He loves to rope calves, as well as hunt a variety of wildlife abundant in Texas, from deer, to turkey, to dove, to elk. Close to his parents and his sister, Caleb stays grounded in his family.