Michael has been involved in over $100 million in sales.
2013 Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors Rookie of the Year
2016 'The Washington Blade' Best of Gay DC - Best Realtor
2017 & 2018 'Washingtonian Magazine' Top Producing Real Estate Agent
2018 'Washingtonian Magazine' Best Real Estate Agent
DC: Columbia Heights, Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, Penn Quarter, Petworth, Shaw, Southwest DC/Waterfront
Virginia: Alexandria, Arlington
Maryland: Bethesda, Potomac, Silver Spring
B.A. Interior Design and Graphic and Media Design from Marymount University
Lupus Foundation of America, The DC Center for the LGBT Community, Shakespeare Theatre, SMYAL, Human Rights Campaign Federal Club, The Washington Humane Society
Michael’s guiding principle in real estate is fun. Since moving to D.C. in 2003, he has developed a deep, contagious love of the city and a commitment to helping his clients enjoy real estate as much as he does. With over $100 million in sales in a variety of neighborhoods, Michael is poised to help clients buy and sell throughout D.C., Virginia, and Maryland. In 2015, Michael joined Compass to combine his passion for customer service with the best technology to serve his clients.
Michael launched his real estate career with a bang, winning the 2013 Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors Rookie of the Year Award for his business success and contributions to the community. Before real estate, Michael spent over 10 years cultivating his negotiation and sales skills while building elite teams of salespeople at high-profile companies, including Apple and Pottery Barn. In 2016, Michael was recognized by The Washington Blade readers as “Best of Gay DC - Best Realtor” and in 2017, as his business grew, he founded The Fowler Group.
In 2021, Michael began a new venture, Michael Fowler Creative. Unsatisfied with the staging options he saw in the market and coupled with his training and education in interior design, he began offering staging and design consulting services to his clients and those of his colleagues. Marrying his love of real estate and homes, with his passion for good design. He is truly curating all things home.
As a resident of the Columbia Heights neighborhood, Michael works closely with his neighborhood association. He also serves on the Board of Directors of The DC Center for the LGBT Community, where he served as Board Chair for five years and was on the Executive Committee for the Lupus Foundation of America DMV's Annual Gala for many years. Michael prides himself in giving back to his community and serves in a variety of roles for numerous other charities and causes.
As part of his commitment to the community and the real estate industry, Michael has also served on the DC Association of Realtors Board of Directors, Chaired the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors Community Service Committee and served on the National Association of Realtors Membership Policy and Board Jurisdiction Committee.
Michael enjoys spending time with his husband and their Miniature Pinscher, and he stays active training with CrossFit and engaging in a variety of social sports (badly). He ran his first (and only) marathon in 2010. Michael loves to travel and to indulge in delicious food and good wine at the many fabulous restaurants right here in D.C. He has a love of movies and TV, including an unhealthy obsession with anything produced by Bravo.