With a degree in History and Economics, Tyler traveled and taught middle and high school students throughout the western United States for years before moving to Portland. Combining his desire for exploration with a love of photography, Tyler enjoys spending holidays hiking and backpacking everywhere from the lush forests of Oregon to the tops of mountains across California and Idaho.
After purchasing and selling his first home, Tyler became deeply passionate about the confidence and security provided by homeownership and now helps others experience their own version of the American Dream. Tyler strives to merge each of his different interests and passions to serve the people of Oregon in the Real Estate industry.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. It would be an absolute honor and privilege to work with you.
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