I love Oregon Real Estate. I’m privileged to partner with amazing clients on their journey to discover the perfect home for their family. Although there are a lot of great agents, I feel my commitment to open communication, industry expertise, local market knowledge and a desire to cultivate longterm relationships, ensures my clients the highest level of confidence and quality.
I specialize in the communities of West Linn, Lake Oswego, Oregon City and Tualatin. As a West Linn native, I’m passionate about introducing my clients to the communities I love! My real estate experience extends to both sides of the transaction, helping Buyers find their new homes and helping Sellers move on from their properties. I’ve also helped many clients with relocations. I may be 5’2 but I’m always ready to negotiate hard to make sure you always get the best possible terms.
I’m extremely fortunate to do what I love! Finding your next home should be an extremely exciting adventure and everything I do is to make the process as fun and seamless as possible!
On a personal note, I am the proud mother of two incredible kids. So when I’m not busy pulling up to homes for sale, you can usually catch me pulling up to soccer fields, baseball diamonds, or if I’m lucky, to Mount Hood to go snowboarding with the family. I also really enjoy volunteering in the West Linn School District and giving back to the Big Brother Big Sister organization.
If you need someone whose not just committed to finding your next home, but who’s dedicated to making the process stress free and who will fight hard to negotiate the best deal for your family, let’s grab coffee or a glass of wine – that’s always an option too!
Do you Spring Clean? Whether you’ve just got some extra time right now to give your home a little extra love or you’re considering selling in the not-too-distant future, our Spring Clean Challenge will have your home sparkling ✨ in just 4 weeks.
Use #RRGspringclean to share your before and afters with us! 💚...
It’s our brand promise and we are committed to it now more than ever! At RRG we are equipped to handle all of your real estate needs while following all guidelines for safety. There are still people who need to buy and sell homes and we can help you do both safely.
We are helping clients view homes online and (safely) in person before writing an offer. You know the old saying: If you can choose your spouse online you can choose your house online! 😉. .
We are doing virtual listing presentations via Zoom or FaceTime and still putting homes on the market. We’re including detailed 3D home tours on all of our listings that really help buyers imagine themselves in your home. .
Luckily our office has been virtual for years, so we are well-prepared to handle your real estate needs at this time. Feel free to call me with any questions you may have, or leave a comment or DM. I’m happy to help however I can!...
It’s a good day to look for the little things! What’s one small thing you’re grateful for that you may have taken advantage of before quarantine? For me, it’s meeting in person with clients. The human connection is a hugely fulfilling part of my work. Of course we’re making it work over the phone and FaceTime/Zoom, but I can’t wait til we can shake hands and hug again. ☺️ 💚...
Yesterday my family and I walked down to the river through Mary S. Young Park. The kids got creative with some fun games and I wanted to share their ideas with you in case you need a little outing too.
1. King of the boulder. We played on a large rock on the sandy beach and no one got hurt! 👍🏻
2. The ground is lava. 🔥 Hop from rock to rock...no touching the ground!
3. Rock throwing contest 💪🏼...you can throw them at the same time into the water and see whose goes furthest.
4. Bird calls. Who can make up the craziest bird call? Whose sounds most like the real thing?
Check out my highlight bubble “quarantine” to see some videos of the outing in action. If you haven’t gotten some fresh air and moved your body in a while, get out there! Of course practice social distancing and be safe, but go outside. You’ll feel so much better! 💚...
The West Linn class of 2020 has my 💚. There are many unknowns right now for our seniors, so please keep them in your hearts and your prayers 🙏🏻 and understand that quarantine is tough on them. They are missing all their spring activities, celebrations, trips and fun things seniors get to do in those final months of school. At this point, even their graduation ceremony is an unknown. Will they walk across that stage to accept their diploma? 👨🎓 👩🎓 .
This is the class that was born the year of 9/11. I remember being pregnant 🤰 with Mason and watching the news after 9/11 and thinking what kind of world is this sweet baby coming into? As I look at my amazing 18 year old, I realize he was made for this; he can face hard things and make them better.
To my @mason_robbins and the whole class of 2020: Know that I and the rest of team RRG are rooting for you and are so proud of you. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 📸 credit: @kelseyvaughnphotography...