Spotlight on Sponsors: Country Boy Realty

Country Boy Realty has been a proud sponsor of the Landis 5K Forest Run for a number of years. The agency, located in Cobleskill, supports local organizations and non-profits such as the Arboretum through donations, in-kind services – and active participation. Matt Loder, Country Boy’s owner, says he may convince his daughter to run with him this August.

Matt bought the realty company in 2012 from Alton Mackley, continuing a 52-year-old tradition of servicing the greater Schoharie Valley area. Country Boy’s listings include residential homes, farms, commercial properties, properties and acreage, and vacation homes. According to Matt, the agency cultivates a “real estate boutique” approach: it employs ten full-time agents and both a marketing and administrative staff dedicated to meeting the needs of the individual client.

Travelers on Route 7 will not miss the agency’s welcoming billboard. Readers of the Times Journal will note their full-page ad in the newspaper’s late February Progress Edition. Runners in the Arboretum’s annual 5K will appreciate Country Boy’s generosity in supporting the event.


Spring 2021

Volume 39 , Number 1

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