Use these geographic real estate farming strategies for agents to identify ideal farming neighborhoods and immediately start marketing activities within them to quickly penetrate the communities and establish themselves as the local neighborhood experts.  The most difficult aspect of geographic real estate farming is often just getting a farm started in the first place.   The vast majority of agents stop trying and cease their farming efforts before ever getting a shred of business out of a farm.  It typically takes 4 to 6 months of consistent activity within in a neighborhood before agents start to see a return on their investment.  This time frame can be shortened or lengthened depending on the type of neighborhood selected and the methods used to market to residents.  Watch and learn how to select neighborhood farms and quickly start marketing activities from our agent panel on geographic real estate farming in this video.

Geographic Real Estate Farming

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