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Roger W. Bowlin

Roger is the founder and owner of Real Estate Transition Solutions, LLC. He specializes in providing a full array of options to his clients that seek to exit from their long held investment property(s).  He addresses key issues such as minimizing or deferring tax, enhancing values and repositioning proceeds to provide sustainable income, lower risk and liquidity - establishing the financial foundation for the rest of their lives.

Mr. Bowlin is a graduate of the Foster School of Business at the University of WA focusing in Investment and Finance.  While attending the UW, he rowed crew on their National Championship team. His rowing years were 1975-78. 

Roger has a broad background in real estate construction having presided over Coleman Construction, a mid-tier contractor of schools, libraries and prisons.  He also learned the transaction business of real estate through his time working in the brokerage group of Marcus and Millichap. 

He currently sits on the board of the Washington Policy Center, a non-partisan research organization that focuses on free market solutions, limited government and advocacy for private property rights. The organization serves policy makers, media, and Washington citizens.

Roger serves clients throughout the Western United States in a variety of property types with a focus on multi-family, light industrial and single family rental properties.  His offices are located in Issaquah, Washington.

Austin A. Bowlin, CPA

Austin manages both the client experience and marketing initiatives at Real Estate Transition Solutions. He oversees the client engagement, monitoring and tracking process as well as developing and maintaining relationships with outside service providers.

Austin is a graduate of the Gonzaga University Business School with degrees in both Accounting and Finance. While attending Gonzaga University, he was a member of the Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program, an interdisciplinary honors business program.

Following graduation, Austin spent fours year working for PricewaterhouseCoopers – first in their audit practice then PwC’s Transactions Services group specializing in enterprise valuations for acquisitions, restructurings and divestitures. 

Austin is a member of the American Enterprise Institute’s AEI30 group for young professionals and is actively involved in the Washington Policy Center’s young professional outreach.