Selling A Horse Property

Thinking of Selling Your Kansas City Area Horse Property?

If it’s time to consider selling your horse property, the most important task is choosing the right agent. In the Kansas City area, there are many companies and thousands of agents from whom to choose. Any agent can list your property and put a sign in the yard, hoping to stumble across an interested buyer. I focus full time on horse property and land sales. Passionate about my work, it involves far more than putting your property in the Multiple Listing Service and putting a sign out front.

In today’s market, sellers need an agent who is active and connected in the local horse community. Developing solid leads and building relationships with people who want to buy horse property in the Kansas City area, is my daily focus. My friends are horse trainers, barn builders, farriers, grain dealers, equine appraisers, vets, farmers, and horse owners. Maintaining a long list of clients who are looking for horse property or land helps me match buyers with sellers. Every year, I attend dozens of equine events to network with horse owners and promote my horse property listings. I sponsor horse shows, barrel races, rodeos and parades. As an active competitor in barrel racing throughout Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma, I’m in regular contact with a large number of potential buyers. I work both sides of the State Line, Kansas and Missouri, in very price point.

I’m affiliated with Reece & Nichols, a company that not only dominates the Kansas City real estate market, but is a member of “The Leading Real Estate Companies of the World.” With over 1,000,000 visitors each month, www.reeceandnichols.com is the city’s No. 1 real estate website. Together db3awith my website, wwww.MyKansasCityHorseProperty.com, your property will benefit from maximum exposure to a targeted audience of interested buyers looking buy horse property or land.

Some of my marketing tactics include:

·Networking at equine events

·Posting flyers at tack shops and feed stores

·Advertising in equine publications

·Sending “e-flyers” to my contact list

·Promoting listings to other agents

·Sending direct mail pieces to targeted audiences

·Making daily calls to prospective buyers