Jim Wilber

Office: (605) 366-9005

Fax: (605) 357-7102

Mobile: (605) 366-9005

Scope of Service

Jim Wilber began his career in 2005 as a Broker Associate with NAI Sioux Falls. Jim provides real estate brokerage services for clients wishing to buy or sell commercial agricultural real estate in the state of South Dakota. 

Education & Professional Experience

Prior to joining NAI Sioux Falls, Jim served as the owner and publisher of a weekly newspaper group. During his 12 years at Prairie Publications, Jim had the opportunity to develop strong relationships with businesses and clients throughout the Sioux Falls area. During the 1980’s and 1990’s, Jim was the co-manager of a prominent South Dakota-based agribusiness firm which traded into the Canadian provinces as well as the upper Midwest States. Jim Wilber received his Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD.

Past Notable Transactions

  • Hoffman Land to Patrick Zens, 1,510 Acres
  • Smoky Mountain Ranch to Bill Edwards, 2,921 Acres
  • Marcus Farms to Dorn Malpert/Tom Stehly, 3,200 Acres
  • Turtle Creek Ranch to Edward Marshall, 2,128 Acres
  • Glacial Lakes Ethanol Land to Ralph Marquardt, 350 Acres
  • Wessington Land to Edward Marshall, 560 Acres

Professional Affiliations & Designations

  • Licensed Real Estate Broker, State of South Dakota

What People Are Saying About Jim

 "Thank you for all of your help on our land sale, Jim. We certainly noticed a HUGE difference between your efforts and that of your predecessor from Sioux City.....my compliments."

Jim Seurer, CEO
Glacial Lakes Energy, LLC Watertown, SD

 "I know Jim Wilber and I like his honesty and he keeps in touch. He tells it like it is, good or bad. Jim tries very hard to help you find what you want and is not high pressured."

Duane Schreurs, Baltic, SD

 "I have recommended Jim Wilber and I will continue to do so for who he is and what he represents. Much more is accomplished by a team working together than by an individual. Super job, Jim! Thank you!".

Jim Collignon, Montrose, SD