Jacob Smith



Jacob’s proven track record of his accomplishments with Lakes Sotheby’s International Realty are actually a reflection of who he is and what he believes in. Thanks to Jacob consistently following a standard of excellence through his knowledge, integrity, determination, Lakes Sotheby’s International Realty has become a boutique brokerage that’s the envy of countless others.

A humble attitude and appreciative disposition for the role Jacob plays as a managing broker has proven to be extremely important to his & the brokerage’s success. He is a Realtor, a business partner, a friend, a family man, and he is a mentor. These characteristics are essential to achieving excellence. It doesn’t just take business knowledge to connect a family with their perfect home, but rather, a foundation must also be built on trust, patience, and understanding.

Jacob’s goal is to establish a foundation with each client so that their unique needs, desires, and dreams are met for where they want to call home. Jacob feels honored in all his client relationships to provide this personalized service and commitment in order to exceed his clients’ expectations.

He welcomes the opportunity to work directly with buyers, sellers, and real estate agents and views each opportunity as a blessing. His approaching every conversation with professionalism and a candid approachability doesn’t just allow him to impart his mentorship, it also presents him with an opportunity to learn and grow for his own personal development.

Jacob’s main priority and focus, regardless of any role he plays, is simply based on one governing principle: helping others.

  • Started in real estate: 2000
  • Hometown: Boyceville, Wisconsin
  • Favorite thing about Lakes Sotheby’s International Realty: Being part of a boutique brokerage with its proven robust power complemented with its widespread extensive reach thanks to Sotheby’s almost 300 year-old global marketing brand.
  • Motto: “It is a gift to have the opportunity to represent clients in the purchase and sales of one of their most important assets.”