Jamie Marion was bitten by the real estate bug while remodeling her own circa 1928 house.
She has been enthralled with the classic homes in Portland’s close-in neighborhoods ever since. It is clear that Jamie loves her work. She has a passion for this city and for first time home buyers. She loves introducing them to the world of real estate and walking them through the process from beginning to end. From the home search to the transaction process, Jamie will help make your experience fun, informative and successful!
Jamie calls on her past experience as an administrator, a bookkeeper and a legal secretary to provide exceptional service to a diverse group of clients.
She specializes in close-in Southeast, Northeast and North Portland neighborhoods, and she has been a resident of both inner Northeast and Southeast and knows them well.
When she is not working, she enjoys cooking, reading, traveling, running, being outdoors, sports and spending time with family and friends.
My husband and I have been looking to buy a house for a few months now.
We have been working with Jamie and we couldn't be any more pleased with our experience. She has been super helpful wit housing knowledge, giving us all kinds of detailed information on each house that we have looked at including whether or not it is a good investment, the condition of the roof/siding/foundation, as well as neighborhood info. Anything she doesn't know she is willing to look up quickly to provide an answer. I think the best thing about working with Jamie is that I trust her 110% and there is so much peace of mind in that. In short - she is awesome! I highly recommend her!
An absolute pleasure to work with. Jamie was an absolute pleasure to work with and gave genuine attention toward understanding the nuances of what we were looking for in a home. She was organized, prepared and took initiative with anticipating potential issues and just simply getting things done; always a step ahead! As well, Jamie's honesty was consistent and very refreshing which continually encouraged us to appraise various perspectives with our new home investment. I would work with Jamie again in a heartbeat!
Kept the challenging process fun, exciting and ultimately successful. We could not have felt more confident and fortunate to have Jamie as our Realtor. The Portland market was very intimidating for us as a young couple trying to buy our first home. Jamie consistently maintained the resilience and enthusiasm needed to keep the challenging process fun, exciting and ultimately successful. I recommend her to everyone I meet looking to buy a home.
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