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Tony Le

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Tony Le was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. After attending the local Stephenson, Jackson, and Wilson schools, he went south to Eugene and attended the University of Oregon. Upon graduating with a degree in Business Administration, double focusing on Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Tony returned to Portland and immediately jumped into real estate. First working in the Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty’s marketing team, Tony spent two years learning the nuances of brand and real estate marketing.

After two years marketing high end luxury homes, Tony made the transition to full-time real estate broker. Bringing together his experience of real estate marketing and a local knowledge of the Portland metropolitan area, Tony offers a diverse range of experiences in order to service both first time home buyers, and listing properties at all price points. When he’s not in the office or showing homes, you can find Tony trying out local bars and breweries, attending local concerts, or binge-watching Netflix.

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Let’s Get It Millenials 


Being in Real Estate as a 26 year old has been such an interesting experience. When I tell people that I’m a realtor, the reaction is always the same – “must be super easy with this market!” Well, not exactly. Most of my clientele are around my age and first time home buyers. The past... More


It’s All About Who You Know

Benton and I went to High School together, back at good ol Woody High on the West Side. He was always a lot smarter than me and we took Chemistry together. There were more than a few times I peeked over at his tests and answers to get by. Now was my chance to pay... More


One Time, at Summer Camp… 


One time, at summer camp, I met these two amazing people. I’ve done a lot of camps growing up, meeting various people throughout. Most of the time, it’s a fleeting relationship. Camps can sometimes feel like a crucible, forcing people from various parts of town into a secluded area for a week or so at... More



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