PETER MAZEINE, ALC, CCIM
Senior Land Investment Advisor and Managing Broker
Licensed in NC, SC and VT
Peter G. Mazeine, a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and Accredited Land Consultant (ALC), joined National Land in February 2018. He has been actively engaged in the real estate business since 1994.
He previously served as Senior Investment Advisor for Halderman Real Estate Services and Halderman Farm Management Services. Together, they comprise one of the largest brokers and managers of farm and transitional real estate assets in the United States, providing asset management, real estate brokerage, appraisal and consulting services for over 1,000 farm and transitional properties with a market value in excess of $1 billion and over 240,000 acres in 19 states.
In addition to his role at National Land Realty, he is the managing member of Providence Land Advisors, LLC, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, specializing in private land investment with a focus on the transitional and agricultural sectors. The company and its affiliated partnerships currently own or have owned land in Florida, Kansas, Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia. The geographic and market diversity of the company’s business history provides access to a diverse set of land investment opportunities.
Peter received a business degree from the University of Vermont in 1990 and holds real estate broker licenses in North Carolina, South Carolina & Vermont. He is personally invested in partnerships which own and manage over 35,000 acres of farmland, ranchland, and timberland located in the Southeast, Midwest and Great Plains. In addition to his broad experience in the agricultural land sector, he also possesses an extensive background in commercial real estate development, transitional land, gas/oil & solar lease negotiations and conservation easement monetization.
In his free time, Peter enjoys archery hunting, fishing, and boating on Lake Champlain. He is an elder at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Charlotte where he has served as chairman of the Finance, Personnel, and Long Range planning committees. Peter and his wife, Kelly, have four children (ages 10, 17, 19 and 22).