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Michael Eisenberg, Bellingham Real Estate Broker (eXp Realty)

Michael Eisenberg, Bellingham Real Estate Broker

Real Estate Agent / Bellingham, WA
eXp Realty

Get to know Michael Eisenberg

Welcome to my profile which will guide you to the beauty of Bellingham and it's surrounding areas as well as provide you with information about Bellingham Real Estate, and what is presently available here in residential, condo, commercial and investment real estate. Search the MLS to find your new home in Bellingham or anywhere else in Whatcom and Skagit Counties.

I focus on my clients needs and takes care of them before, during and after their transaction closes.  I believe in excellent customer service and helping my clients find the best professionals to help them with their real estate transaction.

I have been a Realtor® since 2000. I have lived in and around Bellingham since 1974, so I know the area and Bellingham Real Estate very well. My background is a mix of many things that have gotten me to this point in my career. I have been a self employed entrepreneur for more than 20 years. Most recently before becoming a Realtor I have been a nationally recognized teacher of Thai Massage.  

Michael Eisenberg Expertise

  • Residential
  • Luxury Homes
  • Condos/Townhomes
  • New Construction
  • Waterfront

Bellingham is at the heart of Whatcom County. It is an area of unparralled beauty and abundant recreational oppurtunities. I have travelled and lived in many parts of the world and I am always amazed at the beauty of this area on returning from anywhere on the planet.  The city with a smalltown feel sits on Bellingham Bay, with Mt Baker to the east and the San Jaun Islands to the west. We are within a short drive of Seattle to the south and Vancouver B.C. to the north. Many homes in Bellingham Have spectacular views of the Bay and Islands as well as Lake Whatcom. Real Estate values here are on the rise, but still a bargain compared to many other desireable places to live.

 

Ferndale is a smaller town 15 minutes north of Bellingham that is surrounded by farmland. It is a fast-growing community with many homes featuring spectacular views of Mt. Baker. The town sits on the edge of the Nooksack River and has easy access to several of Whatcom County's premier parks.

Blaine is a small town just below the Canadian border. It is the closest US town to 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver which is only half hour away. Peace Arch State Park is spanning the US Canadian border and providing a reminder of peace between our two countries for over two centuries. Blaine sits on Boundary Bay with Semiahmoo Bay actually closest to Blaine which has recently built a new boardwalk for people to stroll along the water. Being a border town Blaine has a very colorful history.

Birch Bay is a beautiful community located on the water well know for it's miles of beaches. It is growing fast, what used to be a resort area now has many full-time residents. It is well known for its good crabbing and clamming. It's actually part of Blaine. Birch Bay State Park is popular camping spot.

Lynden is a small town with strong Dutch heritage. It is situated just south of the Canadian border east of Blaine. The town features a 72 foot tall windmill with moving blades. Lynden is surrounded by farmland many with spectacular views of Mt. Baker. There are lots of dairy as well as many berry farms in the area.

Everson and Nooksack are small communities located in the north of Whatcom County. Surrounded by farmland there are many places here with beautiful views of Mount Baker and a short drive to Bellingham or Canada.

Sumas is very small city in the north of Whatcom County with a population of just over 1000 people, across the Canadian border from Abbotsford B.C. a large city of over 100,000 people.

Deming is about 10 miles east of Bellingham on the road to Mount Baker.

Maple Falls and Glacier are the last towns before Mount Baker and are popular resort destinations for skiers in winter and hikers in the summertime.

Lummi Island is one of the gems of the San Juans. It is serviced by a small ferry that takes about 10 minutes to cross and runs at least once an hour. It is a rural island with unspoiled natural beauty. There are no parks, campsites or commercialization, it is quiet getaway.

Sudden Valley is a community along the shores of Lake Whatcom located ten minutes east of Bellingham.

 

 

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I like to educate my clients about the real estate market, so they can make good choices, and I can create new friends for life.
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