By Halderman

12 /11 /20

Halderman Real Estate is excited to welcome back Brian Wise as a Real Estate Agent. “ We are excited to have Brian back on the team.  In his previous tenure with HRES, his organized and professional attitude was invaluable in helping our clients acquire dozens of farms in the eastern Corn Brian Wise 2Belt. There is a lot of demand to buy farmland for an investment and for tax deferred exchanges. Brian is the perfect person to help buyers find their next farm.”  said Pat Karst, Vice President, Halderman Real Estate Services, Inc.

Prior to rejoining the Halderman team, Wise was a Senior Relationship Manager, overseeing relationships with lenders for US Agriculture, a farmland asset management company in Carmel, IN.  During his prior tenure with the Halderman Companies, Wise was responsible for sourcing investment opportunities, which he will continue along with fostering relationships with our current real estate agents and potential clients.  Brian spent the majority of his professional career in agricultural finance, serving as Vice President within the agribusiness division of a large regional bank, and as the Head of Commercial Lending at a local financial services company. Brian served as Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at Teays River Investments, a private equity agricultural investment firm. Brian also served as a partner at a private equity firm focused on food and agribusiness acquisitions. Brian served as Vice President and General Manager of the Farm Division of a large animal health and nutrition company. In this role, Brian guided the company’s commercial hog operations in five states, helping to consolidate operations. Brian is a graduate of Purdue University School of Agriculture where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Farm and Business Management.

Halderman Farm Management Service, Inc. was founded in 1930 in Wabash, Ind., by Howard H. and Marie Halderman. They started the business in their home, vowing “To do for your farm what you would do if you had the time and the experience.” Business grew, as did the staff. From two people, one client and a hand-full of farms to manage, the Halderman companies have steadily grown to managing 650+ farms across 19 states and 2 countries, selling and acquiring over 150 properties and performing over 700 appraisals annually. It is now one of the largest family-owned professional farm management and real estate organizations in the United States, and that is the reason they say, “If it has anything to do with the business of farming, Halderman Can Help!”