Tim Craig is a lifelong Northwest Arkansas resident. He was raised in Gravette and still calls Western Benton County home today. He has been around the farming business his entire life and continues to raise cattle on his personal farm. In 2001, his family was chosen as Benton County Farm Family of the Year. He served as past President in the Arkansas Cattleman’s Association (where he continues to be involved today), former President of the Benton County Fair Association and a former member of the Gravette Kiwanis Club.
Tim has two beautiful daughters, one who works for Walmart and one is a Junior in Gravette High School, and a wonderful grandson.
Tim became a Realtor in October 2006 following the sale of his farm supply business in Gravette. He has helped families and corporations buy and sell residential, farm, commercial and recreational property throughout Northwest Arkansas. Tim has a passion in serving others with their real estate needs. He currently operates as the Principal Broker for United Country | Rateliff Lifestyle Properties.
Tim was my realtor for my purchase in 2014, this guy is the best hands down. The house I wanted was in probate he handled everything so well and the transaction was timely and smooth. Highly recommended !!!!!
- Robin Young
I chose Tim Craig at Coldwell Banker Realty based on his impeccable reputation among the NW Arkansas community. I asked numerous businessmen, friends, family, and civic leaders. Everyone said “Tim Craig”. I attest to the fact that “word of mouth” is the best advertisement. From day 1, Tim guided us through the entire process of selling our Mom’s Sulphur Springs home after she passed away. No ordinary sale, Tim dealt seamlessly with a probate attorney, the court, and title company all the while I lived out of state. He even provided guidance and options to the lesser-experienced buyer’s realtor. It’s no mystery why Tim has such a stellar reputation. If you need a highly experienced, ethical realtor then Tim Craig should be your choice. Thank you, Tim and God’s blessings.
- Norman Barnett