Chinowth & Cohen Realtors


 The State of Oklahoma has one of the most diversified rural real estate markets in the United States. Those interested in farm and ranch land have plenty of opportunity and options. If a rancher or investor wants a 2½ acre truck farm, goat ranch, sprawling cattle ranch, or professional horse ranch, it can be found in Oklahoma. In addition, beautifully planted row crop fields, rugged timbered hills and valleys and coveted hunting property are still available at affordable prices.


Since 2006, Bill Lee has served rural Oklahoma and the Farm and Ranch community in many successful real estate transactions. Prior to this, Bill served this industry for twelve years in feed sales with Cole Grain Company and Purina Mills, Incorporated. At Cole, Bill was the top producing sales representative eight years in a row and served as the Livestock Specialist/District Manager. And, with his tenure at Purina, Bill was among the top ten in cattle tonnage sold nation wide as well as a Cattle Specialist.


Bill joined Chinowth & Cohen Realtors in 2007. He’s a member of the National Association of Realtors, Realtors Land Institute, Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association and V.F.W. member. He is a past school board member and Lions Club Treasurer. Bill proudly served in the United States Air Force and is a Vietnam Veteran.


If you are interested in rural property in Oklahoma, Bill can assist you in a number of ways. Among the most requested are:

• Agricultural Usage

• Finance

• Environmental Requirements

• 1031 Trades

• Game Management


Contact Bill Lee at (918) 625-3518 for more information on the Farm and Ranch Division of Chinowth & Cohen Realtors.

Profile Details

Year Established
Regent Territory

Service Areas

Tulsa, OK, USA, Broken Arrow, OK, USA, Bartlesville, OK, USA, Sand Springs, OK, USA, Owasso, OK, USA.

Additional Resources

My Listings

Bixby, OK, United States

$600,000 USD

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Checotah, OK, United States

$795,000 USD

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