“I love helping people earn money. One of the few things you can do to create cash flow during retirement is invest in real estate. I work ethically and aggressively on behalf of my clients to ensure their long-term financial stability and return on investment.”
Specialties: Industrial, Investment
Scope of Service + Experience
Jeff’s entrepreneurial background led him to commercial real estate where he applies his firsthand investment experience to help his clients establish and build healthy, life-long portfolios. Jeff provides his clients with the same critical market knowledge, investment assessment and strategic support that he personally values as an investor.
Jeff expertly guides his clients through the acquisition, ownership/management and finally the disposition of the real estate investment process. He works closely with investors of all levels of experience to grow their understanding of economic drivers that crucially affect the real estate market.
His passion for the commercial investment world includes sales and extends to leasing. His in-depth understanding of property management and its affect on income stream and property value add to the comprehensive wealth of knowledge Jeff brings to the table. His dedication to helping clients achieve their long and short term financial goals inspires Jeff to help diversify their retirement portfolio through purchasing real estate in their self directed IRA’s.
Jeff is happily married and a proud father of two driven and athletic young adults. When he is not pursuing his clients’ financial goals, Jeff and his family are out exploring Central Oregon. As a pilot, sometimes this means Jeff is exploring from high above the Deschutes River and through the rocky Cascade Mountains. The most unusual place he’s ever landed was an abandoned airstrip on a California mountaintop!
Jeff and his wife, Sheila, are very active and rooted in the Bend community. Jeff has served on the Board of Directors at High Desert Museum, COAR Commercial Investment Divisions, Bend Golf and Country Club Board and Mountain High Home Owners Association.