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West and Swope Agent Spotlight – Jaxon Riebesehl

 

 

Learn more about our Associate in this Q&A below

Q: Where do you live?


A: San Antonio, TX


Q:  Where did you grow up?


A:  Johnson City, TX

 

Q:  What drew you to ranch real estate?


A:  Some of my favorite memories have been spent outdoors with my family and friends. Ranch real
estate allow me to help other people buy or sell land and knowing that they will have great
memories, or have had great memories on these ranches, is really cool to me. I look forward to
hearing more stories from land owners and the joys that owning land brings to everyone
involved.

 

 

Q:  What are the three most important things to look for when looking for an agent to
represent you?


A:   I would say the most important things to look for in an agent is someone that is a great
communicator, and always available for their client no matter the circumstances. They have the
client’s best interest in mind, and is willing to go the extra mile to represent the clients fully and
find answers to all questions that may arise.


Q:  If you could give in one sentence, a piece of advice about how to live life, what would
that be?


A:   Maximize everyday fully and capitalize on the opportunities that each day brings.

 

Q:  Describe your perfect workday.


A:  The perfect workday would start off with a spring turkey hunt and a fired-up gobbler in a Hill
Country creek bottom, and then lead to a few ranch showings, lunch at a small-town Texas
barbeque stand, and an afternoon meeting some landowners and discussing their needs.

 

Q:  When looking for a brokerage, what drew you to West & Swope Ranches?


A:  After meeting with Mitch and Louie, the thing that really drew me to W&S was how passionate
they are about mentoring agents just getting started in the industry, and I was excited to learn
from them. On top of that, the brokerage makes sure that everyone has the resources they need
to be successful and is willing to go the extra mile to help us out. The last couple of months, I’ve
learned so much from the other agents as well, and we genuinely like spending time and
working with each other.


Q:  When you aren’t working your business, where can you be found?

A:   It depends on the season, but typically in the fall and winter you can find my wife and I in a deer
blind or cheering on the Aggies, and the spring and summer usually consists of turkey hunting,
fly-fishing, and spending time on Lake LBJ.

 


Q:   Who is someone who has had a profound impact in your life or in your business?


A:  I am blessed to have the family that I have, they have always supported me and encouraged. My
Grandpa introduced me to hunting and fishing and from there the passion has only grown and
grown. By having a career in ranch real estate, I get to work with other people that love the
outdoors and land, just as much as me.


Q:  What, or where, would be your dream ranch?


A:   I’m going to have to say, a couple hundred acres on a lake, you’d have year-round fun right off
the back porch. There’s not many of those left though, so I’ll take a ranch in the Hill Country
with a creek, large stock tank, big oak trees, and minimal rocks.

 

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