My Story

In 2002, I graduated from Texas A&M with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. Then after more than 10 years in the mortgage and lending industry, I decided to apply this experience to a real estate career. In early 2014, I became a Sales Agent with Susan Radley, REALTORS® and am now a licensed Broker Associate. (In case you’re wondering, Susan Radley is my mother-in-law and has been in real estate for more than 30 years. I’m fortunate to have her as a mentor.)

Now as the Broker/Owner of Cori Radley & Co., I get to continue my passion for helping buyers and sellers, along with guiding and educating sales agents so they can gain knowledge of the industry that will set them up for success.

Recently, I have had the privilege and honor of taking over an agricultural loan consulting business from J. Scott Arbuckle, that has been a regional staple for over 30 years.  Knowledge in financing options available for farm and ranch properties and operations through the Farm Service Agency, Cooperatives, and Independent Financiers – is a service that is especially unique and works hand in hand with farm and ranch property purchases and sales.

Want to know more about my education, career background and professional organization memberships? Visit my LINKEDIN PROFILE.


My real estate career is built on a strong foundation, formed by combining my MARKETING knowledge and talents with my decade as a loan officer involved in agricultural, residential and commercial real estate transactions.

Clients selling property appreciate my innovative marketing approaches and active use of social media to efficiently attract prospective buyers. Those looking to purchase property, rely on my oversight and extensive knowledge in all aspects of the buying process.  From inspections, surveys, and title exceptions – to traditional and unique financing options, I make sure to guide them through the ins and outs of all aspects of the transaction.

Check out WHY WORK WITH ME for more details on how my marketing and mortgage backgrounds can benefit you.


Granted, I spend many hours each week working on marketing campaigns for clients, searching properties for sale or gaining industry knowledge through continuing education. When I’m not working, however, I can often be found:

  • Shuttling my two kids around to their various activities
  • Volunteering at my kids schools and local organizations
  • Listening to Ted Talks and Wondery podcasts or anything historical in nature
  • Mowing and working in the yard (while listening to podcasts)
  • Deer and bird hunting with my family
  • Relaxing and fishing at our bay home