Bill Burnett

Bill Burnett

Broker Associate
Licensed in ID

Bill Burnett specializes in the brokerage of ranches, recreational properties, and luxury residential properties that provide the opportunity to improve crucial wildlife habitat while affording exclusive access to hunting, fishing, and outdoor opportunities.

Prior to joining Fay Ranches in 2023, Bill spent the previous seven years working as a partner in a private ranch brokerage based out of Ketchum, Idaho, where he was active in the sale of many large, productive ranches and sporting properties. Before specializing in the ranch and land business, Bill worked with the world’s largest commercial brokerage beginning in 2008, where he specialized in the leasing, development, and sale of anchored retail properties, in addition to site selection and lease negotiations for several of the nation’s largest retailers. His experience in leasing, pro-formas, and negotiations has provided him with the experience to manage complex, multi-state transactions in a way that minimizes risk and maximizes value for his clients.

Bill is a prolific outdoorsman who has spent nearly thirty years hunting big game and upland game throughout central Idaho and the American West. Bill bought his first archery elk tag in 1994 and has been cutting notches in them ever since. He is active in various shooting sports, has won several State Champion level archery titles, and continues to guide big game hunts in the Idaho backcountry.

1 Active Properties Listed by Bill Burnett

idaho ranches for sale little camas ranch
New Listing

Little Camas Ranch

Mountain Home, Idaho

Little Camas Ranch is a unique gem in Idaho, epitomizing the ideal mountain ranch with its picturesque landscapes and lush, productive lands rich in wildlife. The ranch’s ambiance is highlighted by majestic mountain vistas, the fresh scent of cut hay, and the resonant sounds of elk bugling in autumn. This setting embodies all one seeks in a mountain ranch, perfectly balancing agricultural productivity with abundant recreational opportunities, making it a rare find in the Mountain West.