Freda Wilkinson, Broker

Freda Wilkinson, Broker
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    Freda Wilkinson, Broker
    Office: (406) 443-1300
    Cell: (406) 431-5240
    Fax: (406) 443-6672



Finding a real estate agent with whom you are comfortable is key

to a pleasant real estate experience. An informed, reliable

agent can be a valuable lifetime resource.


A little about us:  Freda was licensed in Real Estate in 2006 and Ryan in 2012 after having spent many years working in the field of residential and commercial energy conservation.  This experience enables us to bring a fresh, new perspective to the business of selling real estate. We have toured tens of thousands of homes across the state of Montana with an eye toward efficiency, giving us good perspective on structures of all vintages.  


With strong skills in customer service, problem solving, budgeting, and a very comprehensive understanding of residential and commercial building components, we are well equipped to represent clients on both listing and buying sides of a transaction.  


We encourage density, walkability, and the restoration of Helena’s lovely historic urban areas and established neighborhoods. Additionally, for those desiring a little more elbow room, we have extensive experience in the purchase and sale of rural real estate in all of the surrounding Lewis & Clark, Jefferson, and Broadwater counties, including residential, recreation properties, bare land, or farm/ranch.  The nice thing about Helena is there are even some properties that satisfy both urban and rural cravings at the same time!


Over the past 15+ years, we have remodeled three homes including a comprehensive restoration/update of our 1892 Helena home.  In 2012 we were surprised and honored to receive a Lewis and Clark County Historic Preservation Award; evidence that we truly recognize and can help you rationally evaluate the potential in every property!  


On a personal note, we are down to earth Helenans who are deeply connected to the community. Freda loves to hike with her dog, Zoka, and grows a huge garden every summer. Ryan loves live music, football, and in his limited spare time is building a cabin in the Castle Mountains out of an old, repurposed grain bin.  We are dedicated to supporting local business and caring for the planet. We attend countless local fundraisers and enjoy gathering with friends for dinner and drinks.


In January of 2009, we committed to making a donation with each closing to the Alternative Energy Resources Organization and their efforts to build sustainability and protect and strengthen Montana farms. Check them out at  We do the same for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Helena,


We have been married for 17 years and have one child.  Now more than ever, we understand that priorities change as life unfolds.  Regardless of your motivation, when you decide that buying or selling real estate is your next priority, allow us the opportunity to provide exceptional service.  


As your Realtors, we will bring a sincere dedication to your interests and an uncommon level of experience. We will listen carefully and help you make informed decisions. We will offer open and prompt communication, straight-forward negotiation, positive energy, a good sense of humor, and a comprehensive knowledge of the process of buying and selling real estate in Helena. 

Please feel comfortable contacting us any day of the week by phone, email or text.


We look forward to working with you.


Freda Wilkinson, Broker 431-5240

[email protected]    


Helena Association of Realtors:  2019 President Elect, 2017 Realtor of the Year, 2016 Memorial Scholarship Award, Board of Directors, Education Committee, Grievance Committee, Professional Standards Committee

EcoBroker Certified, CNE (Certified Negotiations Expert), GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist)

Montana Association of Realtors:  Board of Directors, Professional Development Committee

National Association of Realtors:  Housing Opportunities Committee

Member, Lewis and Clark Historical Society, Holter Museum of Art, AERO (Alternative Energy Resources Organization, Prickly Pear Land Trust, Audubon Society