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Licensed in: WA
Troy has enjoyed thirty years of selling land in Washington State and the Pacific Northwest. He is the former President/CEO of Hodges Gilliam & Dana and, more recently, the President/CEO of AGNI Energy, Inc. Troy led both firms from concept to revenue.
Troy specializes in natural resource real estate transactions, as well as in recreational land, farms, and ranches in Washington. He is a Washington real estate agent who has closed approximately one hundred fifty-five thousand acres all over the Pacific Northwest, including complex conservation easement sales and land exchanges from one thousand to twenty thousand acres.
Troy was approved by the Washington State Bar, as well as by the Department of Licensing, to teach Continuing Legal Education and Continuing Real Estate Education in matters regarding timber real estate sales and other specialty forest products.
Troy is the very proud father of his only child, Jessica, an up-and-coming NASCAR race car driver. Also the proud husband of Pamela, his wife of thirty years, (they met on the school bus!), Troy is an avid outdoorsman. As a former Tow Boat Captain in Alaska, Troy has seen first-hand the impacts of climate change. When Troy has some spare time, his hobbies include intricate woodworking of things such as custom guitars and custom knives.
2024 Caton Way SW, Suite 201
Olympia, WA 98502
Testimonials for Troy Dana
I came to know Troy at the end of 2019 and he has since then become my Real Estate Broker for the sale of properties I own. I have worked with and hired many Real Estate Agents over the years and Troy supersedes them in all aspects. Troy investigates and researches all aspects of your property to formulate the best and most valuable plan in bringing your property to the Market and therefore presents the best and honest Sales Contract. He works, seeks out, and questions any and all important agencies that may benefit in the process. He has worked successfully with large Timber Companies, such as Plum Creek Timber Co. Inc., to complete complicated sales. He is persistent, relentless and patient in the process. Troy Dana always finds a way to solve negotiating problems that inevitably arise in large land sales. Troy Dana presents himself professionally, well versed in knowledge of all aspects of large land sales. Troy Dana is always immediately available. When Troy Dana is working for you he goes the extra 2 miles!
Troy Dana worked tirelessly for me to accomplish the sale of part of my 1,739 Acre Ranch in Tenino, Washington. [This property is a] 52 Acre, 43 building Equestrian Center with mostly older buildings, built in the 50's & 60's. The Equine Estate market is lower demand in today’s market. [The buyer] required a lot of Troy's time - months to put the deal together. There were many ups and downs and buyer fatigue, but Troy always found a way to keep the buyer at the table. To give you one example: Towards the end of the battle there was a one month negotiated easement agreement between the Buyer, Conservation fund/WDFW, myself and 3 Attorneys to reach an agreement we all would accept. Only Troy could have navigated this impossible task but he did with maybe a few more grey hairs. To sum it up, Troy has exceptional understanding of complicated [Real Estate] situations, contemplates deeply on how to resolve problems and defects that always arise and always keeps his cool and professional posture.
I recently had the pleasure of working with Troy Dana and Paul Valentine of Fey Ranches. They were both excellent to work with. Throughout the transaction they maintained open communication, were approachable, prompt and consistently kept us up to date with what was going on. There were several moving parts and different parties involved, which at times made it quite challenging. However, with Troy and Paul’s knowledge and expertise, they handled the transaction with ease. They were able to navigate and guide all involved, while keeping the bigger picture, and end goal in mind. They genuinely listened to our needs and addressed each and every one of them. Consistently reassuring us our voice was being heard. I admired their positive outlook and honest disposition, but was most impressed with how they were able to creatively resolve issues to ensure all parties were satisfied and relentlessly worked to get this deal closed. I look forward to working with them again in the future!
I have worked with Agent Troy Dana on many transactions, from the simple to the highly complicated and fraught. Troy does not waste time or belabor unnecessary points, allowing transactions to be as straightforward and efficient as possible. However, Troy also does not fail to engage in transaction details and complications when necessary, always with the goal of getting the best deal for his client in the end. He is aggressive and tireless in his service to his customers. I highly recommend Troy Dana for any real estate transaction up to and including the most complex.
7 Active Properties Listed by Troy Dana
This Alaska offering for sale is a turn-key farm operation with a full line of equipment just 20 miles east of Delta Junction, with a hard surface road with 3-phase power. Crops include canola, barley, hay, and grass seed. The perimeter is fenced, and field roads have been added to help with moving fully loaded trucks in and out. The property includes a heated shop, a Quonset building, an insulated shop, two generators, 60,000 bushels grain storage, two grain dryers, and four wells.
This is a spectacular first-class luxury lodge perched on the banks of the Naknek River. It’s the gateway to most of Southwest Alaska’s pristine wilderness experiences, from fishing to bear watching to back trail ATV adventures and more. Opportunities for this magnificent property are endless. World-class fishery, incredible hunting, breathtaking scenery, and mere minutes from a modern commercially serviced airport, valued at a 23% Cap Rate this investment opportunity is one worth a closer look.
This historic Alaska property for sale is one of the largest parcels of privately owned land in Prince William Sound. Accessible by boat or aircraft, the lodge caters to adventure seekers, anglers, and hunters. National Forests surround the land and beachfront with seven buildings on-site, fresh water, and power. The lodge can serve up to 24 guests, and after a long day of catching 20+ pound Silvers or a 200-pound Halibut, guests can relax around the campfire watching the whales.
With over a mile of river frontage, the opportunity to get away to fish for steelhead, salmon, or smallmouth bass, or to hike the 3,000± miles of trails in nearby national forest lands, nature is everywhere in this beautiful Washington State property with incredible views of McLoughlin Falls from the shoreline. Local wildlife includes whitetail and mule deer, upland and shoreland birds, and numerous waterfowl. This property includes 54 separate parcels including a number with river frontage.
Located near Mile 35 of the Yentna River, 1± mile downstream from the mouth of Lake Creek. This area is a remote, boat, airplane, or snowmachine-only accessible area in the western Matanuska-Susitna Borough. Lake Creek is located 65± air miles northwest of Anchorage and about 16± miles east of Skwentna. Lake Creek is located 1± mile upriver and provides very good sport-fishing opportunities for summertime anglers. The lodge’s own power plant provides electricity and hot and cold running water.
This Southeast Alaska property has a home built in 2012 using the design and many materials from the early 1900’s cannery Mess Hall. An original bunkhouse was updated as a guest house with its own kitchen while retaining its traditional style. The carpenter and tool shops are still in use, and there is room to build additional cabins or a boathouse. Ocean and fly fishing are outstanding. Wildlife sightings include humpback whales, orcas, seals, sea lions, Sitka blacktail deer, eagles, and the coveted Alaska brown bear.
Rarely does a timberland property come to market that has not been completely logged of all marketable timber. This Southeastern Washington parcel has pockets of quality merchantable timber and could be used to build a mountain cabin as a base for hunting or other winter sports, making it an excellent legacy natural resource or recreational investment.
3 Listings Sold by Troy Dana
The opportunity to own a ranch of this size rarely comes up in Western Washington. The large open grassland area on the hill is the perfect place to build your dream home where you can enjoy watching the sunrise over the mountains. Enjoy a rural, secluded lifestyle with all the convenience of being close to amenities.
This rare Western Washington property has potential for a variety of uses, including building a custom home on Lemon Hill with views of Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens. Located inside the city limited of Tenino, a zoned master plan community, this ranch property offers a rural and secluded lifestyle with the convenience of being close to amenities.
With over 600± Washington acres of recreational property, Nasty Creek is like no other. Enjoy the cathartic sounds of Cowiche Creek at one of three well-established campsites as it flows through the middle of the property. Deer, quail, chipmunks, and birds are abundant throughout the property, located just 20± miles west of Union Gap. Nearby are Tampico, Yakima, and the Ahtanum State Forest with ORV trails, camping, horseback riding, mountain biking, and picnic spots on the creek.
Articles Authored by Troy Dana
By Troy Dana, Designated Broker, Licensed in WA The Runaway Greenhouse Effect occurs when the planet produces more atmospheric carbon than it can absorb by either natural means or through manmade technology. Scientists, government agencies, corporations, and private citizens worldwide are working on solutions to prevent what is perceived by many as inevitable if manmade […]
By Troy Dana, Designated Broker, Licensed in WA ESG (environmental, social, and governance) is a general term used in capital markets and by investors to evaluate corporate behavior to determine the future financial performance/benefit of investing in new companies and innovations. ESG is the new standard by which corporations, non-profits, and start-ups stand out in […]
Details courtesy of The Cascade Loop Extending from Pateros to the crest of the North Cascades, the Methow Valley is Washington state’s eclectic mix of Wild West and thriving arts culture, and home to a whole lot of lodging and activities. Dedicated fishermen from around the world come to Pateros at the confluence of the […]
A video blog by Troy Dana-Designated Broker, Paul Valentine-Managing Broker, and Bryon Clarke-Broker, Fay Ranches Washington Agents. If you have ever given some thought to investing in timberlands, this video offers a brief summary of what to look for in a top-notch tree farm in the Pacific Northwest. Timberland investments offer more than economic returns, […]
Co-Authored by Troy Dana, Designated Broker, Fay Ranches and Eco-Asset Solutions & Innovations LLC Why? Because working farms, forests, and ranches often have ecological assets embedded in land-and-water ecosystems. Ecological assets are the monetized, market-based components of a landscape’s ecosystem services. These assets can be revealed by assessing, developing and converting them into either cash, […]