Real estate farming is a real estate lead generation method that takes significant time and patience before listings can ultimately be harvested.  So starting a real estate farm can be trying, but the wait is worth it for those that can hold out.  Once established, real estate farmers have a repeatable farming system that can be duplicated and spread into new neighborhoods with little extra effort.

Real estate farming creates a steady and predictable flow of clients each year.  This revenue can help fund marketing in new communities as well.  Watch as top producing agent Amber Rothermel reveals how she grew her annual production to $21.5 million in just 3 years by gradually expanding her real estate farming business into 6 neighborhoods in the following video.

How to Build a Real Estate Farming Business

The Seller Lead Sheet & How Agents Use One

How & When to Hire a Buyer’s Agent

Recruiting Agents When You’re Already Too Busy

Pre-Listing Package Contents & Strategies

Buyer’s Agent Job Description

Real Estate Transaction Coordinator Job Description

Listing Presentation Scripts & Dialogues

Top 10 Real Estate Farming Ideas

Lead Follow Up Scripts & Methods

Open House Guest Lists – Scripts to Get Them Filled Out

Ways to Grow a Real Estate COI Quickly

Inside Sales Agents on Real Estate Teams

REALTOR Database Contact Plans & Scripts

Realtor Vendor Databases: Scripts & Lists to Build Them

Expired Listing Scripts

The One Page Real Estate Business Plan

Buyer Sign Call Scripts

How to Transfer Facebook Friends to your Client Database

A Real Estate Administrative Assistant’s Job Description

Buyer Consultation Script

FSBO Prospecting Scripts & Objection Handlers 

Open House Scripts to Generate New Listings

Scripts for Buyers: How to Show Less Homes

Just Listed & Just Sold Real Estate Scripts

What to Say When Calling FSBO Sellers for Listings

Managing & Compensating Buyer’s Agents on Real Estate Teams

Easy Ways to Ask Your Clients for Referrals

Scripts for Overcoming Listing Presentation Objections

When Should I Start a Real Estate Team?