About Us

The Clayton-Waggoner Properties (“CWP”) brand represents a premier, full-service, real estate brokerage firm with over a century of expertise in farm and ranch, recreational, and residential real estate. When you partner with CWP, you get the combined experience of its founding partners, John Gilbert and John Willingham, both industry veterans and avid outdoorsmen.

Full-service representation means that you receive the benefit of the combined knowledge of our diverse team, as well as our associated network of industry contacts. Experienced in working with properties of all sizes, let us show you how our full-service strategy distinguishes CWP when you need buyer or seller representation.

Our team consists of experts in the fields of:

  • Due Diligence
  • Farming
  • Investment Analysis
  • Land Development
  • Minerals
  • Ranching
  • Residential
  • Timber
  • Wildlife

CWP brings years of experience in listing and promoting premier Texas farms and ranches, hunting properties and homes, and our Agents are backed by the marketing engine and buyer network of CWP. CWP employs a hands-on, roll-up-the-sleeves approach, ensuring honest solutions to land and residential brokerage services. The idea is simple: treat every transaction as if we were the end buyer or seller.


W.T. Waggoner once said, “I don’t want to own all the land, just what joins me”. Whether you are looking for your first ranch property or to add acreage to your existing land, Clayton-Waggoner Properties is your one source for scouting, analyzing, and planning your dream property.

CWP also specializes in buyer representation. Often, we are aware of unique off market opportunities made available through our network. Once we locate the perfect property, we then assist our clients with all facets of the due diligence process, ensuring a smooth path to closing. Give us a try and you will quickly see the difference. We make things happen!

  • Access to off market opportunities made available through our network
  • Assistance with all facets of the due diligence process
  • Extensive knowledge of market prices and sales trends
  • Ability to create buying opportunities through parcel research and landowner negotiations