In September, 2022, Bomber moved to Keller Williams Jackson Hole, where local ownership and highest quality service are most important. At his former brokerage, in 2020, Bomber was the #1 Sales Volume Top Producing Agent. In 2021, Bomber was the first Fund Founder to start the Community Housing Fund, an entity and tool to promote more affordable housing for the vital workforce of the valley. This non-profit entity is available to “Fund” at every closing, and every buyer, seller and real estate agent may participate and contribute. In August, 2022, Bomber was awarded the inaugural “Champion” of the Community Housing Fund by the local Teton Board of Realtors.
Bomber has been a leader and ambassador in Jackson Hole since 1990. His success in real estate thrives from focusing on his customers’ priorities and giving back to the community. In 2007 he was nominated among his peers for Teton Board’s “Realtor® of the Year” and year after year he continues to be one of the top producers in the region. In 2009 he was in the top three “Best Realtors®” as voted by the local community through one of the local newspapers. In April 2009, he and his partners founded, and he was one of the principals of his previous brokerage called JHREA. This locally-owned and operated firm was unmatched by its diverse real estate tools and seasoned top-quality agents, and then Compass took over in May, 2021. Keller Williams Jackson Hole, where Bomber offices today, will be the locally-owned brokerage that rises above the rest going forward.
Bomber’s knowledge of the daily pulse of the market and the best deals available outside of the MLS are second to none. Beyond his real estate career, he and his wife, Amy, are very involved with the local non-profit community, and in 2013 they each received a Paul Harris Fellow award for their longtime dedication and giving to the JH community. He takes advantage of many of the Wyoming outdoor activities, including fly-fishing, skiing, golfing, cycling, and hunting. He and his wife have three children who recently graduated college, and they recognize that families who play together, stay together. They remind themselves frequently that they are blessed to live in Jackson Hole.