Kyle Dykes is an honest, driven and hardworking real estate agent who specializes in working with farm and ranch properties. He is a good listener, very detail-oriented, and has an innate ability to connect with others on a personal level.
Kyle received his Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Texas A&M and after school he started working as a Natural Resources Extension Agent with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. This experience helped him build the knowledge and skills necessary to discover and understand the vast amount of information associated with both recreational and farm and ranch land. Additionally, Kyle worked for the International Brangus Breeder Association as a marketing coordinator where he honed his sales and communication skills. He then went on to work in the livestock industry as an auctioneer, and a good one at that – he was named the Texas state champion auctioneer in 2017. While being an auctioneer, he learned to work in a fast-paced environment and built genuine relationships with farmers and ranchers all across the state. His knowledge and network are a direct benefit to his real estate clients, as he can guide them in making smart decisions for their investment.
Kyle and his wife, Emily, have a son named Leo and they live in Ridglea North. He serves as a board member for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Farm and Ranch Club and is also a member of the Greeting Committee for the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. When Kyle isn’t working he enjoys riding cutting horses, playing golf and exploring all that Fort Worth has to offer.
Kyle is professional, trustworthy and committed to finding the ideal outcome for his clients. If you are looking for someone to help you navigate a complex real estate market, you should contact Kyle today – he would love to connect with you.