Meet Listy your LOCAL REALTOR MATCH MAKER!
Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, and thriving on organized chaos are the reasons I love real estate so much! I have spent the last 17 years working in Title & Escrow, closing 100’s of transactions from simple to complex and helping realtors look great to their clients. The knowledge learned in escrow has given me a unique advantage when it comes to guiding my clients through the home buying and selling process. I understand and know what needs to happen behind the scenes. Becoming a real estate agent feels like a rewarding career that was specifically designed for me. My philosophy is simple – “Work hard and be nice to people”.
Everyone has a story, and each one fascinates me. It’s the people I meet, that I would otherwise not have known, and the life stories they share with me that I love, love, love most about my job.
My goal is to exceed your expectations and do whatever I can to make your sale or purchase as stress-free as possible. I have an “open door” policy and I welcome you to chat anytime and will answer any and all questions you have.
My family brings me the most joy in my life, so when I am not hard at work showing and selling homes, I’m having fun with my son, Ryder, and my husband of 19 years, Eric. Our son plays club/travel baseball & competitive basketball, we spend a lot of our time out at the ball fields and basketball courts. When not cheering at games, we try to escape and go camping and find fun riding our toys in the sand dunes. As a native Oregonian and longtime resident on the Westside, I believe in giving back to the community and enjoy being involved with charitable events as often as possible. I am very involved in helping raise money for the Tigard Tualatin School District by serving on many school committees and chairing my sons school auction (5 years and counting). I am also a big Dyslexia Advocate. The 2018/2019 school year was the first year by law that Dyslexia was recognized as a learning disability in Oregon Schools. Now it is important to educate schools and teachers on how to help these Dyslexic students learn since most teachers have little or no training on Dyslexia.