Liz started her career in Seattle in 2002. With a design and marketing-centric approach to real estate and a diverse professional background (design firm manager, stylist/stager, and a marketing degree in business), she’s been able to build a strong referral-based business. Her ability to approach real estate from both financial and design perspectives have helped her streamline the “treasure hunt” of the home buying and selling process. Liz believes that finding and securing the perfect home should always be taken very seriously, as it is the largest financial and emotional investment most people ever make. Liz focuses on the inner Portland neighborhoods, specifically North and East Portland. And she spends most of her free time raising her two rough-and-tumble boys, Finn and Sawyer.
Ideal adventure on an urban Portland Saturday: On a weekend day off, Liz and the boys are likely to be found on their bikes – rain or shine. They start off with an Adventure in one of their surrounding NE parks, then lunch, a movie, and a soak at the Kennedy School. On the way home they'll likely grab an ice cream cone from Ruby Jewel, and end the day with a backyard bonfire.
Her superpower: Liz’s superpower is keeping up with two young boys!
Superpower she wishes she had: Liz wishes that she had the ability to never sleep and still function on full brain capacity.
A favorite moment/s in her real estate career: Her favorite real estate moment was closing a deal with a 92 year old realtor and the sole owner of a View Ridge midcentury — the siding was made out of entire old growth firs, and he was a tough negotiator letting go of a house he had designed and lived in for 55 years.
Favorite Portland neighborhood, and why? Liz is a proud NE resident, and she loves to hang out on the Mississippi strip. It may be simply for the street's reference to The South, but Mississippi Ave houses many of her favorite haunts: The Rebuilding Center, Little Big Burgers, Paxton Gate with its unique and fascinating inventory that little boys love best, Beacon Sound Record Store for some vinyl, and ¿Por Que No? taqueria for the tastiest margaritas in PDX.