Martha Johnson

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Martha Johnson

VP Sales; Founding Broker

Exciting news!  We have sold Montana Living, Big Sky Real Estate and I am proud to announce The Big Sky Real Estate Company, a new general real estate brokerage.  With the new brokerage we’ll be able to grow your social, print and digital reach even more. Furthermore, three additional office locations to add even more exposure to your properties (2nd location in Big Sky Town Center, sales office at the Moonlight Basin Lodge and sales office at Spanish Peaks Mountain Club) and with a team you know and respect, we couldn’t be more excited about The Big Sky Real Estate Company!
 
Martha has been in real estate in Big Sky, Montana for approximately 20 years and a full time resident since 1988. She was Founder, Broker and Owner of Montana Living ~ Big Sky Real Estate the top luxury boutique real estate firm in Big Sky, Montana.  Her experience includes brokering the sales, marketing and launch of resort, residential, commercial and ranch sporting properties (collectively brokering hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate during her career to-date… and growing).  Including:
  • The Club at Spanish Peaks (now Spanish Peaks Mountain Club)
  • Big EZ Estates & Preserve
  • Gallatin Preserve
  • Yellowstone Preserve
  • Elevation 6000 Condominiums
  • Lone Peak Townhomes
  • Greathorn Ranch
  • Yellowstone Ranch Preserve/Hebgen Lake
  • Grey Drake Community
  • Antler Ridge Community
  • Spanish Peaks Club Condominiums
  • Design Center of Big Sky (Hungry Moose and adjacent building)
  • RJS Commercial Building (Built/developed and leased/sold out all spaces)
  • ACE Hardware (built/developed building)
  • Big Sky Vacation Rentals (built/developed building)
  • Big Sky Lofts (current employee housing project)

Her experience includes taking real estate projects from the beginning stages to turn-key product. Martha has consistently been Big Sky’s top sales producer – as well as owning & managing the top luxury real estate firm.  In 2015 she was honored as one of the top 25 luxury brokers in the country and 2013 and 2012 she was honored as one of the top 50 luxury brokers in the country.  Martha is the exclusive listing broker for Spanish Peaks Mountain Club (formerly The Club at Spanish Peaks) and actively supports and sells real estate within Yellowstone Club, Big Sky Resort/Moonlight Basin, Big Sky and the surrounding area. She represents individual property buyers, investors and sellers. An active member of the Big Sky community, Martha sits on the board of directors for First Interstate Bank, Big Sky Youth Empowerment (BYEP), has taught a weekly entrepreneur class at Lone Peak High School, which is sponsored by the Warren Miller Freedom Foundation.  Martha was the Vice President of Development for the Big Sky Arts Council (BSAC) during which time she was the visionary and team lead for the BSAC to have a permanent home and performing arts pavilion in the Big Sky Town Center.

Martha says: “I am a lifelong entrepreneur and die hard, passionate fan of Big Sky, Montana.  I moved to Big Sky in 1988 from the Philadelphia area where I was raised after graduating from college in Boston.  My first job in Montana was working at a dude ranch. I fell in love with the West and never left!”

Early in her career in Big Sky, Martha owned and operated Serendipity’s in the Mountain Mall at Big Sky Resort where she had the first espresso machine in Big Sky.  She also opened The Huckleberry Cafe in the Meadow Village.  You might know her brother Andrew Schreiner, owner of Grizzly Outfitters, her brother Michael Schreiner whom she works with in the real estate company or her mom, Mary Lou who works at Lone Mountain Ranch.

Martha and her husband Scott have two boys and feel lucky to be raising them in Big Sky, Montana.  Scott runs their commercial and employee housing projects. When she’s not helping clients find their dream property in the mountains, she’s busy with her boys and enjoys alpine and nordic skiing, fly fishing, golfing, hiking, riding horses, bird hunting and boating on Montana’s Hebgen Lake.