Licensed in WA
Specializing in recreational properties, Michael focuses on large tracts of land that can be used by outdoor enthusiasts searching for that perfect place to enjoy their sporting pursuits. Michael’s focus areas include big game hunting, wing shooting, angling fresh and saltwater fish, alpine skiing, mountain bike touring, mountaineering, and water sports. Michael has experience helping clients navigate 1031 exchanges, exposure to Opportunity Zone capital gains tax deferrals, facilitation of USDA loans, negotiating land contracts, and imposing conservation easements.
With over ten years of experience as a Flight Paramedic performing search and rescue operations in ecologically diverse areas, Michael has the training and expertise to explore the most rugged and awe-inspiring terrain. Michael lends himself to building lifelong relationships with clients where he is not only their trusted advisor but also a friend to the family. Michael is thrilled to be doing his part to ensure that landowners and businesses work towards a more carbon-neutral environment so that future generations can continue to enjoy the land.
When Michael is not selling land or exploring the mountains, he enjoys spending quality time with his beautiful daughter and traveling around the Pacific Northwest. Their favorite activities include swimming, biking, skiing, paddle boarding, and playing fetch with their pet Aussie. Michael and his daughter stay involved in the community by visiting local farms, supporting farm-to-table restaurants, and learning about sustainable farming practices.
1 Active Properties Listed by Michael Hamblin
Shoalwater Bay RetreatRaymond, Washington
If you are looking for a luxurious bay area retreat that offers access to Washington’s best foraging, fishing, and small and big game hunting, look no further. This property was built with functionality in mind, and no corners were cut in making this an unparalleled property in Pacific County, Washington. Within 30 minutes, you can find yourself in the best surf on the west coast, wetting your lines in the 135 square miles of estuary or hunting big and small game in the wildest areas of the west coast.
Articles Authored by Michael Hamblin
Wind Energy Development Considerations for Landowners
WINDS OF CHANGE As wind turbines begin to line the horizon among America’s heartland, many rural landowners are being approached with an opportunity to lease their land for wind energy development. Anyone that has an operational wind farm on their property knows the income can mean stability and passive income for decades. However, some landowners […]