A licensed agent with the company since 2004,Damon Michels is a top producing award winning sales professional and recipient of many awards and accolades. As a residential listing and buying specialist and experienced relocation expert, Damon’s knowledge and expertise sets him apart from many. Also an Associate Broker, Damon has earned an impressive list of real estate designations to make sure he is current and ahead of the curve in the real estate arena.

A well established, knowledgeable and dedicated agent, Damon provides personalized, quality service to each and every client. With a background in Finance and Accounting, he has exceptional tools to assist in real estate transactions.

Damon specializes in the Main Line and Center City Philadelphia. A life long resident of the Main Line, he was raised in Penn Valley and currently lives in Villanova. Damon has opened two team offices located in Narberth and Rittenhouse Square in Center City. Damon continuously strives to be the premier real estate agent on the Main Line and Center City while providing his expertise and exceptional services to all of his clients.

• $135 Million in 2017 Sales
• Over 275 Homes Sold in 2017
• Ranked #10 Team in the USA by
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services in 2017
• 7 time winner of Philadelphia Magazine’s 5 Star Real Estate Agents in 2010-2017

You’ve probably seen the billboards. Or the ads in your local supermarket. Or in publications from The Jewish Exponent to the Radnor Messenger to the Metro Chinese Weekly. If you’re starting to get the impression that Damon Michels is the go-to guy for Main Line and Center City real estate, you’re right.

The strategy is working. Damon and his award-winning team sold nearly 300 homes last year, and Damon is the corporate REALTOR® for the William Penn House luxury Co-op on Chestnut Street.

“It’s important to build a brand that clients recognize and trust,” Damon says. “For sellers, my visibility means a greater pool of potential buyers. For buyers, it means more properties to choose from. It’s a win-win for everybody.”