Kari Happold
Realtor®

Kari coaches, leads and mentors a team of agents to insure that you have the best real estate buying and selling experience in Southeast Wyoming. Her Brokerage, Rustic Wyoming Realty, is located in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Assisting you with the best real estate buying and selling experience, Kari is consistently the top producer in her area. She and her team are known for using cutting-edge knowledge of the digital world to enhance their clients buying and selling experience. Kari understands that problem solving skills, efficiency and excellent communication, is the key to having the best experience a customer can have. Her team follows through with their excellent communication skills and will allow you to relax and enjoy your buying or selling experience. 

With over 26 years of leadership experience, Kari is able to use her knowledge of business and negotiations to insure her clients have the best real estate experience. Kari is also a Success Coach, Mentor and Educator for Realtors, Real Estate Investors, Sales Persons and Business Professionals. She is an innovator on the use of technology and old-school time management systems to help lead her clients to a much happier, more productive and overall successful experience.

Kari is actively involved in the community and serves on various boards and committees. She serves on the Cheyenne Board of Realtors Public Relations Commission, Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Women's Round Table, she graduated from Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Leadership Cheyenne and volunteers at her sons school.  She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska. 

Kari is a supporter of Black Dog Animal Rescue and loves spending time with her two boys and high-school sweetheart, now husband of 22 years. When she is not working, you will find Kari, her two dogs (a Puggle and a Labrador) and her family spending time outdoors hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, skiing (snow and water) and camping.

Kari is a Nebraska-Native and grew up on a Dairy Farm. Her parents didn't think a dairy farm was hard enough work, so they opened a restaurant when she was in the sixth grade. Instead of working 365 days a year on the Dairy Farm, Kari was excited to only work 363 days a year at the Restaurant. She thanks her parents for her hard work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit. She says, "Everyone in my family looks at a problem and finds ways to make it work better. If someone says "You can't do that, I know there is a way to get it done. I just have to figure out how."