Brian Beasley, CCA, CNLM, is associate broker with SVN Saunders Real Estate and contributes to the management and real estate
brokerage of citrus groves, agricultural crop, timberland, commercial property,
and natural areas in Central and South Florida.
He is a licensed real estate broker and is highly qualified
through experience and accreditation for land management activities. Beasley
holds certificates in Natural Areas Management (CNLM); Certified Crop Advisor
(CCA); and is a Certified Burner, Florida Division of Forestry.
In addition, Brian is general manager of land management
effort for Saunders Property Management, LLC, a sister company to CBC Saunders
Real Estate. He currently oversees 27,000 acres of citrus, cattle, sod, native
land, and timber. Approximately one-half of the managed acres are transition
land acreage for development. For a decade, he managed over 42,000 acres of
citrus, row crops, timber, native land, and transition land in both Florida and
Brian grew up with a family citrus farming operation in
Central Florida and earned a bachelor of science degree in agriculture from the
University of Florida. For 11 years, he served as executive manager and
regional vice president for Capital Agricultural Property Services, Inc.
(CAPS), providing nationwide farm management and real estate brokerage services
to individuals, corporate clients, and institutional investors. In addition to
regional operations, Brian managed and brokered real estate for citrus groves
and cropland in the southeast regions (Florida and Georgia).
Experienced in Florida citrus production, administration,
and management for 15 years with Coca-Cola Foods, he served as the state
production manager where he managed all aspects of citrus production, citrus
nursery operations, and harvesting.
Brian is a member of the Citrus Production Mangers
Association, Florida State Horticultural Society, Alpha Gamma Rho professional
agricultural fraternity, Alpha Zeta agricultural scholastic organization, and
Boy Scouts of America (Eagle Scout and active Committee Member).
Natural Areas in Central and South Florida
Land and Resource Management