Reed Fischbach is a Licensed Real Estate Land Broker and the owner of Fischbach Land Company in Brandon, Florida. Reed is a multi-generational native Floridian, who was born and raised in Brandon. He specializes in agricultural, commercial, and development land; as well as acreage homesites and transitional land. Reed has a proven reputation of integrity and work ethic that focuses on solutions to cater to the client’s specific land and agricultural needs.
About Fischbach Land Company
Fischbach Land Company started in 2008 with Reed’s desire to support property owners in their real estate land decisions. Over the years, he has come to know the landowners of farms, horse communities, agriculture, and commercial community. He has seen the area grow into today’s eclectic mix of properties, such as agriculture, farms, horse and equestrian, along with transitional and development that supports the tremendous growth now in the area.
In private life and through his love for horses, Reed has always been close to the land and knows the Central Florida region intimately. Reed resides in Lithia with his family.
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When it comes to real estate land sales in Central Florida, Fischbach Land Company exists in a category all its own.
Top Agent Magazine (December 2018) featured Reed Fischbach and the Fischbach Land Company in a 5-page article about Florida land and relationships.
Reed built the company from the ground up through clients, landowner, and buyer relationships. After working with a large land brokerage years ago, Reed went out on his own in 2008 and over the course of this most recent year, Fischbach Land Company had closed more than $100 million in transactions.
âI stay very involved in whatâs happening, not only in the brokerage world but in the development world,â he says. By deeply understanding the different perspectives of land properties for his clients, he can give valuable and trustworthy insight.
âUnderstanding value when buying or selling land involves much more than information on other sales in the area,â he says. âI can explain to buyers what itâs going to cost to expand or make changes and I can explain to the seller what the most is that weâre going to get.â
Because he grew up in the Central Florida region, Reed holds strong personal and family connections to the land and to its business people and residents. âWeâre a smaller group, but we do well because of the relationships we have with the families weâve represented for so long.â Clearly, Fischbach Land Company is proof that when you do right by people, educating and advising them patiently, success will come.https://issuu.com/topagentmagazine/docs/nationwide___international_11-19-18
Fischbach Land Company was pleased to be a sponsor the Florida Strawberry Grower’s Association Clay Shoot for the November 17, 2018 event at FishHawlk Sporting Clays.
The clay shoot hosted by FSGA, benefited several charities, including Gold Shield for the families of fallen first-responders, Impact Academy which serves special needs children in the community, as well as the FSGA Scholarship program.
“Our company and staff are very community-minded in the area and not only support ag associations, but also their fundraising for local charities, ” Reed Fischbach states. “It was a fun day with clay shoots, great food, and raffle items. It was a great time for all who attended.” Attendees enjoyed a BBQ lunch and clay shooting awards.
Reed Fischbach, broker and owner of Fischbach Land Company sends congratulations to Wish Farms on the procurement of their new property for new headquarters and warehouse. “It was a great opportunity to work with Gary Wishnatzki and his team on this transaction and it will be exciting to see this vision become a reality.” Reed was part of the property procurement team, along with co-brokers Kris Dumke and Judy Brett, both of Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT in Tampa, FL.
If you have ever been in Pant City during the Strawberry Festival, you see Wish Farms products everywhere. The long-time family-owned berry farms are well-known for their support of the community and producing delicious berries.
Finding the need for more space due to growth, Wish Farms owners were committed to staying in Plant City. They have recently purchased a highly-visible parcel fronting on I-4 to build state-of-the-art headquarters and warehouse with completion by winter 2019.
This innovative project touches on the imaginative with perks often found in large corporations in big cities. For example, offering an employee gym, indoor slide, rooftop deck, and a tree house conference space, all reflecting on their family-friendly brand. There are more fun things in the works that we will have to wait to see.
Read the announcement article in the Tampa Bay Times written by Richard Danielson
Published: August 28, 2018/Updated: August 28, 2018 at 03:08 PM
Rogers Ranch is a spectacular country homesite nestled among old oak trees. This gem is tucked away at the end of a private road and offers a three bedroom, two bath mobile home and a 40’ x 70’ barn. This diverse property boasts beauty and intrigue with all of the variety it has to offer between the oak hammocks, ponds, and improvements.