Saul Abel
Saul Abel has lived in Bozeman for over ten years, but was raised in the Kalispell area and graduated from Flathead High in 1992. He is a US Navy veteran and was stationed onboard a ship in San Diego. Following his Honorable Discharge, Saul attended University of Montana and earned a degree in Business Administration with a Financial Management emphasis and a Financial Services track-Graduate with High Honors. He worked in Business Banking for 10+ years before striking out into the field of real estate. In addition, Saul is a small business owner with multiple years of experience. Saul is passionate about Bozeman and the surrounding area! In his spare time, he enjoys fly-fishing, camping, rafting, hiking, and being outdoors in the great state of Montana.
Saul Abel Bozeman Montana Real Estate Agent
Saul Abel
Sales Associate
GRI, Distinctive Properties

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Saul uses his finance background and experience to take a consultative approach with his real estate clients. From first time homebuyers to dream home purchases, Saul is highly skilled at working with clients to achieve their goals. He prides himself on being available to clients. Saul knows the local real estate economy and is adept with market statistics. He breaks the numbers down into relatable and meaningful information for his clients. Saul is an excellent negotiator and achieves results. Associates, clients, and friends describe him as honest, dependable, professional, and straight forward. He is highly active in his community and has volunteered with numerous organizations including the Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce and the local chapter of Trout Unlimited. Saul was the recipient of the Gallatin Association of Realtors “Rookie of the Year” award for 2016, nominee for ERA “Rookie of the Year,” and holds the Graduate Realtor Institute designation.

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ABOUT ME

A surprising fact about me?
I was in an airplane crash as a kid
Favorite part of a real estate transaction?
Delivering keys!
Outside of work you will find me?
Painting or taking photos
Favorite hike?
Sacajawea Peak
Most amazing wildlife experience?
I was fly-fishing and heard a rustle behind me. There was a moose! She looked curious and , I imagine, was wondering why my fly kept hitting her in the nose.
Local charitable organization I'm passionate about?
Trout Unlimited

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