Hank Hohenstein joined Home & Ranch Sotheby's International Realty to compliment his wide experiences in real estate. His primary drive is to satisfy the goals of his discerning clients. Hank has worked in real estate sales, development and investing. His work with David Packard and The Nature Conservancy to preserve critical open space in the Coachella Valley established a new paradigm. This preserve was the first Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) to be implemented in the United States. It was to become the template for many future HCPs created here and abroad. He worked with a number of well-known golfers to create a number of magnificent 18-hole golf courses. Among the golfers he has worked with are Johnny Miller, Fred Couples and Phil Michelson. Among the developers he has worked with are Del Webb, Sunrise Company, Lennar Homes and Heritage Palms. He has personally taken land through the entire development process from unimproved land to finished, occupied homes. He has enjoyed this process as a developer and as a land planner. Hank's degrees are: Bachelor of Science in Agriculture specializing in Animal Husbandry from Rutgers University and a Master of City and Regional Planning specializing in rural lands and sensitive sites from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Hank's philosophy is one of simple, but elegant stewardship. Among the awards earned by Hank are: The Nature Conservancy Service Award; The Outstanding Public Planner, State of California Award and The Bill Bone Award for Service to Education. Since 1997 Hank has been very active mentoring dedicated high school and university students in Kyrgyzstan. His preferred personal award is a satisfied client. He looks forward to serving discriminating owners and investors seeking ownership and investment opportunities uniquely present along the Central Coast of California.