Patrick Archer is an associate broker, specializing in farmland, ranchland, and timberland in South America.
He began his real estate career with Coldwell Banker Hartung & Noblin in Tallahassee, Florida in 2001.
He is the co-founder and creator of Farms.UY, the premier website for foreign investors considering Uruguay farmland.
In addition to marketing and selling South American ranch
properties and timberland, the company’s land management division, ABC Uruguay, is responsible
for managing 500,000 acres of South America farmland.
Patrick’s real estate industry experience includes designing award-winning strategic marketing plans (WCI: 2004 NAHB America’s Best Builder Award, WCI: 2005 NAHB Excellence in Green Marketing Award), high-rise project management, Investor Relations and Government Relations for
both Florida-based homebuilders and international real estate developers operating in South America.
Patrick served as speechwriter and special assistant to Florida Governor Jeb Bush post-9/11 and during his successful 2002 re-election campaign in Florida. He later served as speechwriter and policy advisor to Al Hoffman, Jr. in his roles as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Portugal, CEO of WCI Communities, chairman of the Florida Council of 100, and Republican National Committee finance chairman.
He brings twenty years of work experience in Latin America, speaks Spanish and Portuguese and has a broad network of political and professional contacts in Florida, Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, where he has lived and worked regularly since 1996.
He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University, where he earned dual degrees in Spanish and economics; and the University of Florida MBA program, where he received a full Merit Scholarship and specialized in international marketing and entrepreneurship.
Farmland in South America
Ranchland in South America
Timberland in South America
WCI: 2004 NAHB America’s Best Builder Award
WCI: 2005 NAHB Excellence in Green Marketing Award