I’m a BIG fan of setting up your farm to win more listings and make more sales. But where do you start? How big should it be and what are you doing to reach out and connect with the folks that live there? To get the answers to these questions and more, I went to Ryan Smith from Launch Your Farm
Ryan believes farming is the future for real estate success
He’s on a mission to share his new project “Launch Your Farm” with the real estate world and to ignite the same excitement in other agents.
Ryan became passionate about geographic farming after relocating a number of times over his 14 years in real estate forcing him to rebuild his business multiple times.
Having tried almost every strategy in the book, he quickly realized that combining your strategies and tactics in a hyper-local fashion was the best way to build momentum and success in real estate. That was when he became a real farming fanatic.
After coaching, training and interviewing some of the top agents across North America, Ryan realized his true passion was in showing other agents how to reach their full potential by helping them develop systems and tools to build the best geographic farming foundations for their local markets.
To learn more about geographic farming and how to grow your business, head over to LaunchYourFarm.com to get access to Ryan’s podcast, marketing ideas, resources and more.
In this episode we get into:
- How do you select your farm area?
- How big should your area be?
- How often do you reach out?
- What reach-out methods are working?
- The best ways to engage homeowners in your farm
- The main mistakes agents make when farming
- Why most agents don’t farm
Connect with Ryan at LaunchYourFarm.com
Check out Ryan’s Podcast here