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Forgetting how to ride?

By Hans Tonjes, January 30, 2021

“It’s like riding a bicycle…” Will we remember how to eat next to strangers? Share entertainment, space, place, travel? I think so. In the meanwhile, there is lots of elbow room at the beach. Demand is high, supply is low, but the world keeps turning. If you are realizing that you can work away from an office, maybe even long term, the Coast offers a great home office demeanor. Time to start pedaling! Call Hans Tonjes – 503-936-4244 – hans@livingroomre.com

 

Hans Tonjes

Broker

He/Him

Hans Tonjes is an Oregon native, raised in Northwest Portland. For over 25 years Hans and his family have called Manzanita their home. He has a varied real estate background ranging from small timberland management to mixed use development, including condominiums, commercial retail and vacation lodging. For the last 20 years, Hans has been working diligently with others to build a year round economy in Manzanita, his favorite Oregon coastal town. Hans served on the board of directors of the Rinehart Clinic for nine years, a local non-profit. He has also spent over four years working on the Manzanita Planning Commission and was elected to the Manzanita City Council in November of 2012, re-elected in 2016 & 2020. Hans has a solid understanding of the challenges and opportunities present in relocating to the coast and decisions involved in investing in vacation property and maintaining a second home. 
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