Known for his entrepreneurial spirit, strong work ethic and genuine love for people, Michael Bloom brings a detailed knowledge of L.A.’s Hidden Hills and Woodland Hills neighborhoods to The Agency in Calabasas.
A Hidden Hills resident since 1977, Michael first obtained his real estate license in 1995 and was promptly named “Rookie of the Year” for his quick success. “Real estate requires creativity, salesmanship, follow-up, patience, perseverance as well as a ‘never give up’ attitude,” Michael says. “I love being a part of a major decision in people’s lives—it’s an honor to provide guidance, and I do whatever it takes to help my clients achieve their goals.” Michael is fluent in Spanish and Japanese, and in 1996 represented a Japanese buyer who purchased 6147 Temple Hill Drive in Hollywood Hills—an estate formerly owned by Mary Astor and Charlie Chaplin.
Following his desire to provide meaningful, impactful aide to others at critical moments in their lives, Michael became a certified drug and alcohol counselor and devoted several years to helping run his family’s drug and rehab facility in Pasadena.
Michael remains deeply involved with his local community—he is an Ambassador to the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce, a Board Member for the Foundation for the Las Virgenes Schools and Commissioner of Public Safety Hidden Hills and has also served as Los Angeles County Commissioner of Public Social Services for more than a decade.
In his spare time Michael enjoys playing tennis, skiing, fishing, singing in the Hidden Hills Annual Valentine Musicale and watching his children play soccer and tennis.