Originally from North Carolina, Jeff Helms moved from the corporate world to Bozeman in 1994 after a hunting and fly fishing trip to SouthWest Montana. In 1996 Jeff earned the opportunity to become an integral component to the real estate launch of the 25,000 acre Moonlight Basin Development which is contiguous to Big Sky Resort. From 1996-2008, Jeff was instrumental in brokering over thirty five (35%) percent of all the real estate sales in Moonlight as well as a significant number of the overall transactions in both the Yellowstone Club and Spanish Peaks Mountain Club. From 2008 to the present, Jeff has managed and operated one of the two Sotheby's International offices in the heart of Big Sky. After facilitating the most expensive residential home sales to date in both the exclusive Yellowstone Club and Spanish Peaks Mountain Club, brokering the most expensive private land deal in Big Sky, and selling the highest priced ski-in ski-out condominium in Moonlight Basin, Jeff stands out not only as a dedicated professional but as someone who engages with people and makes the business of real estate enjoyable, informative and effortless for his clients. After consistently being ranked as one of the five (5) top producing real estate Brokers in Big Sky real estate in both number of transactions and gross sales volume for the last fifteen (15) years, Jeff has proven himself as a true market leader and local real estate professional. Jeff has become known for his local real estate knowledge, expertise and subsequent market report available to clients. He currently represents two major new construction projects in Big Sky and has the additional privilege of representing over $100 million of privately-owned, luxury real estate properties in Moonlight Basin, Spanish Peaks and the Yellowstone Club. When "off the grid" and away from work, Jeff enjoys spending time with his wife Margie and their two boys George (10) and William (7). Favorite activities for the Helms family are skiing, hunting, fishing, training their two bird dogs (Nina and Wally), or floating one of the local Montana rivers.