Josh St. John
Josh St John chased snow and educational pursuits west from the Detroit area. He was eventually drawn to the rugged landscape of Jackson Hole in 2003 after completing a Bachelor Degree of Psychology at the University Of Utah.
Josh worked in customer service, private caretaking, and the construction industry before venturing into real estate. He is deeply rooted in the community as youth soccer, dance, and gymnastics coach, and co-founded and runs Teton Botanical Garden, which is a local non-profit that teaches organic gardening in Teton County Schools.
Clients’ praise Josh for his boundless enthusiasm and energy, and rely on his eye for detail and honest communications to make every transaction as effortless as possible.
He spends his free time exploring Western Wyoming with his son.
“Josh is awesome! We were looking for some land in a specific neighborhood but there was nothing currently on the market. He asked around, made some phone calls and found someone that was willing to sell. What kind of realtor does that? If it wasn’t for Josh and his persistence we would not own this beautiful property. Thanks Josh!!!”
– Tyson Family 2017
“We chose Josh because he seemed to have the most expertise for our neighborhood, and he did not disappoint. We also were impressed with the way he and the buyer’s agent worked together to transport all the unwanted items to charity.”
– Ken and Bert Mount
“Joshua St. John enthusiastically agreed to take on the challenge of selling our Bar Y Estate property in the spring of 2018. In our initial conversation about the approach he and his colleagues take at Prugh Reality I decided he had the right approach to make a sale happen.
Joshua kept me informed of potential buyers he contacted and continued to be optimistic about selling the property when potential buyers were not easily coming forward. Joshua kept at the business of promoting our property and the sale was complete in late October 2018.
My husband and I are grateful for his determination and success in selling our property.”
– Lisa Kent