Farm Realtors

Farm Realtors

CENTURY 21 Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage*
  • 613-354-4347
  • 613-354-2944
  • 44 Industrial Boulevard
    Napanee, ON K7R 4B7
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Bill McCutcheon

Bill McCutcheon started with his real estate license in 1981 and in 1985 obtained his broker’s license. Bill has been the owner of a real estate brokerage firm and a real estate appraisal firm over the past 30 + years and still actively involved in all aspects of the real estate industry. Bill also has a passion for the farming industry having grown up on the family farm with his roots firmly planted in agriculture. Bill’s both grandfathers, father, uncle and brother are and were all farmers. Bill currently owns and operates 250 acre farming operation with his wife Linda on which they grow crops and raise sheep/lambs and hogs.

Bill has been involved in the sale of many, many farms over the past 30 years and knows that his agricultural knowledge and sales ability will be of great help in the purchase or sale of your farm.

The McCutcheon name has been a well-known name in the area since 1965 for real estate sales. Jim McCutcheon originally started in real estate in 1965 and in 1968 opened the first “McCutcheon” Real Estate Sales office.

Bill Rorabeck

Professional Background: I have been a professional realtor for 35 years. My skills are with unique properties, special skills and negotiations, investment properties, land assembly and land use development

Professional Interests:
Business, career and personal development, 'one of a kind' and unique marketing challenges, partnership and joint ventures, strategic planning and 'getting to yes' negotiating

Farm Boy to Realtor to Farm boy Realtor: I grew up on a mixed dairy and canning crop farm and left when the opportunity presented itself. Many of my work habits and attitudes were developed at this stage of life. I definitely developed a healthy view of our role within the whole universe; we can make a difference through good persistence but greater powers and influences than us exist, as well. Having left the farm and school, I decided do real estate while I completed my education. 35 years later I am still immersed in both activities; the difference is that real estate has taken the primary role and my continued education is a commitment.