Fay Ranches Gathers at Sage Lodge in Montana for 2018 Summit
This fall, the Fay team gathered in one of the most beautiful places in Montana for the 2018 Fay Ranches Summit.
Fay agents from across the country convened at the Sage Lodge in Paradise Valley for three days of education, recreation and camaraderie. The Sage Lodge is a meaningful location for us. In the past few years, we’ve seen that property transition from Yellowstone Springs Ranch to Sage Lodge, a luxury resort on the banks of the Yellowstone River and just 35 minutes from Yellowstone National Park. James Esperti listed the property when it went up for sale, and Branif Scott represented the buyer in the summer of 2015.
At Fay Ranches, we believe in working and playing hard. That’s why Sage Lodge was the ideal spot for our annual summit. It allowed us convenient access to the lands and waters that are so much a part of what we do in our work and personal lives.
We are currently seeking agents in the Southeast region.
While we are actively pursuing team members in that area, we are always open to speaking to professionals who align with our values and are interested in joining the Fay team. Ideal candidates are people who work hard, have an excellent network of relationships and are located in an area where there is enough product to make a living.
If Fay Ranches sounds like it may be a good fit, we invite you to reach out to a Fay agent in your area or call us at the main office in Bozeman, Montana. We look forward to hearing from you. Find out more about becoming a part of the Fay Ranches team on the “Join Our Team” page on our website.
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