Culture of Productivity
Our agents work within a POSITIVE PEER CULTURE. This means that together, by sharing and working together, we are all able to achieve more. We push each other, celebrate each others wins, and coach each other in difficult transactions. It is essential that each team member be willing to lend a helping hand to another within the organization so that we can learn and grow. It is what is best for our clients, for the organization and for ourselves. Coupled with fun quarterly client events, Team trips and parties, and celebrating each others wins, we all become closer and better brokers. Join our team ›
Building wealth through real estate in the great northwest.
Set example for knowledge, skills and mastery in the in the industry so that our clients and colleagues define us as extraordinary.
Customer Service is defined by exception communication. Professional communication is the cornerstone of our industry. It is essential to communicate at a high level when when collaborating with fellows agents, our team members, and our clients.
Passion drives us to focus on the needs of our clients. We master sales skills and study the market. Our clients are given a competitive advantage through our service, being well informed, and having cutting edge technology coupled with a proactive approach.
To Actively and aggressively pursue excellent results for our clients and business.
To be upfront, clear, and respectful and consistent in our pursuit of achieving our goals.
A team of humble agents acting as an advocate.
Providing a concierge service, tailored to each clients needs.
Supporting Our Community
Here at MRE we ﬁnd that the best way to serve our community is by giving back. Whether it is contributing time, money or our resources to worthwhile causes, we ﬁnd that giving is how we are successful not only in business, but in life.
Vima Lupwa Homes
The goal and premise of VIMA LUPWA HOME is the “whole village” approach, rather than being institutionalized in an orphanage, this is a home for children where they are raised in their own culture, in a home parented by a Zambian couple; education is in the Zambian community along with the other children of Mikomfwa, eating typical Zambian food and speaking their own language – all in an eﬀort to empower them in their own culture and to become self-sustaining leaders/members of their community. Visit Site ›
B’nai B’rith Camp
B’nai B’rith Camp, a Jewish community camp located on the Oregon coast, serves children and adults of all ages and various denominations. Based in Jewish values and open to everyone since 1921, BB Camp is a home away from home for many generations of children in the Paciﬁc Northwest (Oregon, Washington and British Columbia) because of its unique camaraderie. We provide safe, nurturing and fun experiences in a welcoming environment that inspires individual growth and enduring Jewish identity. Visit Site ›
Project Lemonade is a Portland, Oregon non-profit 501(c)3 run entirely by volunteers. Our mission is to support and promote confidence in foster youth. Each August youth ages 5-20 shop for free back to school clothes at our store in Lloyd Center Mall. Each foster youth chooses his or her own new or nearly new outfits, accessories and shoes. Foster youth with open cases and those under the supervision of the state of Oregon are eligible to schedule an appointment to shop. Youth are referred to us via non-profit and government agencies, such as the Department of Human Services – Child Welfare, Morrison Center, and Janus Youth. Since 2012 Project Lemonade has served approximately 10,000 foster youth from over 26 counties. Visit Site ›