Dusty Calderon

Associate Broker

407-329-4079

Background

Dusty Calderon is a Broker Associate with Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Real Estate (CBCSRE). He has worked in land real estate since 1999 and been involved in transacting over 100,000 acres for $100’s of millions. His motto is always “do what’s right and be the best.”

Dusty grew up in the land, cattle and grove business working on ranches since the age of six, so he brings years of industry experience to his role in real estate. He has worked in ranch and grove management, development project management, land sales and acquisitions and entitlement processes.

As a 6th-generation Floridian from a pioneering family in Osceola County, Dusty has a lifetime of solid networking throughout Florida and the Southeastern United States. He has helped ranchers, farmers, timber companies, domestic and foreign investors, hedge funds, residential and commercial developers, tourism developers, hunters, conservationists, famous celebrities, family and friends sell or acquire every land of all types.

Dusty worked for a large waterfront developer with over $1 billion in sales. Recently, he has helped Brazilian ranchers, farmers and developers sell their land in Brazil and buy and sell real estate here in America.

Dusty is a member of the Florida Cattlemen’s Association, Silver Spurs Riding Club, Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and National Audubon Society. He is a lifetime member of American Bucking Bull, Inc. (ABBI) and a Professional Bull Riders (PBR) stock contractor. Additionally, Dusty is a founding board member for the Harmony Pop Warner Youth Football and Cheer League, and a past member of Osceola County Lakes Advisory Committee.

Dusty and his wife of 23 years, Lucrecia, have three children.

Disciplines

• Ranch Land
• Agricultural Land Management
• Farm Land
• Waterfront Specialist
• 1031 Tax-Free Exchanges
• Residential Development
• Commercial Development
• Tourism Development
• Recreational Hunting Properties
• Timber Properties
• Orange Groves
• Agricultural Land Management
• Family Trust & Estate Lands
• Conservation Easements
• Mitigation Banks
• Land Entitlement Processes