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Matt was born in Buffalo, Wyoming, married in Buffalo, Wyoming, and has lived in Johnson County, Wyoming, for the past 21 years. There is no other place he’d like to call home.

He’s been blessed with a wonderful, loving wife, Alysa Rabel, and two sons, Lance, and Lane Rabel. He and his family are deeply involved in the agriculture community. They raise Rambouillet sheep and Boer goats, which takes them all over the state of Wyoming and the country.

Matt’s family is also involved in many community activities, from local sporting events (you will see Matt at almost all of them) to the Rotary Club, 4-H, and FFA. His family loves to help in any place they can.

Matt is relatively new to the real estate profession, having worked in the oil and gas industry for over 20 years. But real estate is in his bloodlines, with his mother buying and selling real estate as a professional for the past 40+ years. So, when the opportunity came around, he jumped on it. Matt looks forward to sharing his work ethic and honest, down-to-earth approach to help you find that perfect property.

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