With 25 years in luxury real estate and ten-plus years of senior executive experience in US and International real estate, Clayton Andrews relished the opportunity to return to Jackson Hole and fulfilling his passion of working directly with exclusive clients and building lasting relationships. Focusing on Exclusive Sales, Development, and Consulting, Clayton has an acute vision of a property’s intrinsic value. His ability to see, understand, and dissect current market trends has enabled him to establish a boutique firm with the insight to successfully develop and market properties. His ability to leverage a strategic network of partnerships ensures that each client has the resources they need to realize their goals for each property.
Clayton began his career in real estate in 1991 with the largest and oldest real estate company in Wyoming, Jackson Hole Realty. As an owner of the company, Clayton helped grow the company to 85+Realtors and 55 percent market share prior to playing a key role negotiating the company’s sale to Sotheby’s Auction House in 2003. During his career, Clayton has brokered and participated in many real estate developments and significant transactions in Teton County, Wyoming, and elsewhere. Prior to launching his private firm, Clayton Andrews Real Estate, Clayton was Executive Vice President of Sotheby’s International Realty and Senior Vice President for Christie’s International Real Estate. As EVP for Sotheby’s International Realty, Clayton was Chief Operating Officer for the company’s mountain region, including oversight of 400+ sales associates and 40+ employees. In 2011, Clayton joined Christie’s International Real Estate. As Senior Vice President of Christie’s Central US and Asia-Pacific Regions, Clayton divided his time between the US and Asia, overseeing its growth and marketing initiatives for the Central US and Asia’s existing and future offices.
As a former director of the Jackson Hole Land Trust, Clayton has a profound respect for the valley’s natural beauty and resources and works to achieve a balance between development and preservation of the Jackson Hole lifestyle. Clayton has also been involved with numerous for- and non-profit local and national philanthropic and company boards. Clayton received a BA from Vanderbilt University and is a graduate of The Leadership Program at the Wharton School of Business.