Tom Kerr is your real estate expert in Portland Metro. He brings years of expertise, a friendly and fun style, and a lot of hard work and integrity to your home buying or selling experience.
Buying a home in the Portland market can be fast-paced, competitive and nerve-wracking. It can also be exciting, fun, and the start of a great new chapter in your life. Since it is a major decision that takes strategic planning and research, Tom will work with you every step of the way, listening to your needs and providing the information you need to make the best choices.
Selling your home is one of the biggest decisions one will make in a lifetime. It takes a trusted advisor, consultant, and professional to guide you through the complicated steps of the selling process. Tom will act as your trusted advisor, providing you with superior customer service from the first meeting, through the sale process and beyond.
In arriving at my destination as a real estate agent my career took a few paths. From an extensive background in Interior Visual Design and Corporate Re-branding to Facilities & Maintenance Management. They all contributed to my solid management skills with years of experience in interior design, painting & maintenance and all phases/facets of project and people development. I’m a handyman with an advanced knowledge in all areas of home repair and creative thinking to better any living space and have a keen eye making me an asset to assist you in visualizing just how your world could settle into your new home.
Tom came highly recommend to us and did not disappoint! We were completely satisfied with our experience buying & selling with Tom. He is genuine, honest, and hardworking. If you’re looking for an expert on the Portland market and someone willing to go the extra mile – he’s your guy. We thoroughly enjoyed working with … Continue reading Brian & Katen H.
My husband and I are originally from New York and were looking for someone to help us figure out which Portland neighborhood would be right for us for our pending move. We were in town for a week and thought we would poke our heads into a local real estate office and start our search … Continue reading George & An