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John "Tooter" Robertson Las Lomas Land Company

John Preston “Tooter” Robertson, Jr.

John Preston “Tooter” Robertson, Jr. received his BBS in Agriculture Economics from Texas A&M University in 2003 and his Masters of Land Economics and Real Estate in 2004. He immediately began his appraisal career in Georgetown, TX, with Kokel- Oberender-Wood Appraisal and in 2006 moved to San Antonio where he joined Dugger, Canaday, Grafe, Inc. Tooter earned his state certification in 2007 and his ARA designation in 2010.
In 2023, Tooter and Jimma had the vision to establish Las Lomas Land Company.
“Tooter” represents a typical, West Texas cowboy. Having spent a great deal of time “day working,” on large cattle ranches, his interest in land developed early, and he knew, when deciding upon his degree at Texas A&M, that he wanted to work with ranches but not necessarily run one for someone else. By becoming a farm and ranch appraiser, he considers himself to have the best of all worlds.

J.C. Jones

Jeffrey Clay (J.C.) Jones graduated from Brady High School and went on to receive his BBS in Agribusiness from Texas Tech University in 2017. 

Upon graduation, he began his appraisal career in San Antonio, Texas. In September 2023, he joined Las Lomas Land Company as an Associate Appraiser.

Born and raised in Brady, Texas, J.C. is a fifth-generation rancher. Early in life he developed a passion for ranching and hunting. The Jones Family has an Angus, Brangus, and F1 cattle operation as well as a hunting lease operation on their ranch in northern McCulloch County.

Being raised in this environment allowed him to learn about both the rewards and challenges that rural landowner’s face. He considers it a win-win situation to be able to apply and blend that knowledge with being a farm and ranch appraiser; two things that allow him to truly understand the needs of his clients.

J.C. currently resides in Fair Oaks Ranch, TX and is a member of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, a member of the Texas Tech Alumni Association and a Phi Delta Theta Fraternity alumnus.

Jimma (Cone) Robertson

Jimma (Cone) Robertson received her BBS from Texas A&M University in Agriculture Development in 2004. After graduation, she began work in the newsroom at a local NBC television station in Austin and then transferred to their marketing department. Realizing her love for marketing, she spent seven years in corporate marketing for Frost Bank, taking a couple of years away from the workforce to have children. The last six years have been spent working part-time, alongside Tooter, in business development and marketing, in the appraisal industry.
Having grown up on a working cattle ranch in Llano County, she understands the challenges that landowners face, on a very personal level. Her primary role is to support Las Lomas Land, on the marketing and administrative side.