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Josiah Hamilton

Josiah Hamilton has a long line of real estate in his Family. His Great
Great Grandfather Hezekiah Chase came to Santa Barbara in 1900 and was the
first President of the Board of Realtors, regarded as the “King of Realtors”
Hezekiah Chase had reportedly sold half of Santa Barbara; his Great
Grandfather Harold Chase developed Hope Ranch and His Great Great Aunt Pearl
Chase was Santa Barbara’s most aggressive and most important preservationist
the city has ever seen. Pearl Chase represents one of the cities greatest
influences and is why Santa Barbara looks the way it does today. His father
Guy Hamilton has been an active leader in the real estate and mortgage
business for over 30 years in Santa Barbara.

Because of this family history, Josiah has the knowledge, compassion and
desire to uphold, continue and respect a legacy he is honored to be related
to. He understands the importance of Real Estate and the influences it has
on the community. Josiah grew up splitting his time between Santa Barbara
and London. He attended Heatherley’s School of Fine Art in London before
moving full time to Santa Barbara. Out of school, he started working at The
Wine Cask and always the entrepreneur; he saw a niche and started Hamilton
Cellars, a rare wine company selling to and buying from some of the greatest
restaurants and private collections in the United States and Europe. In 2004
he started his Real Estate career, he rose quickly to the top. In 2008 he
formed The Hamilton Co. with his wife Justine and the rest of their Team and
has remained in the top 1% of all Berkshire Hathaway Agents Nationwide
since. In 2018 after the January 9th Debris Flow, Josiah became a Co-Founder
of the Santa Barbara Bucket Brigade and remains on the board.

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