About Nick

Born and raised in Eugene, Oregon. Son to a local business owner, grandson to a local real estate agent, Nick has the ideal foundation for helping clients purchase and sell their homes.

Over the course of 30 years running a successful business and developing properties, Nick's family taught him the value of commitment, collaboration, and an entrepreneurial spirit.

While staring down the lens of his camera for South Eugene High's yearbook club, Nick developed his passion for photography and eye for detail. After graduation in 2007, Nick managed several high volume retail stores in the technology and entertainment industries, serving thousands of satisfied customers in the Eugene area.

Since moving into their South Eugene home in 2010, Nick and his husband have developed a passion for home improvement projects and design. Enjoying life with each other and their adored Boston terrier, Gatsby.

Nick took his entrepreneurial spirit and passion for homes to the world of real estate, becoming a REALTOR and joining a local brokerage in Eugene and starting his own team. Nick has proudly represented the LGBTQ community and together with his team, Nick has built a reputation for outstanding service helping buyers and sellers throughout Lane County.

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Designations/Certifications:

Broker, Licensed in Oregon, Member: National Association of Realtors, Oregon Association of Realtors, Eugene Association of Realtors

Specialties:
  • Residential, Listing/Sellers Agent, Buyers Agent, Relocations, Country Property, Condominium, Comparative Market Analysis

We were moving out of state from Utah to Oregon. Nick was instrumental in helping us navigate this process even as a new agent. Nick was also extremely helpful in getting us information for the well water and septic systems, which were entirely new to us, as well as quotes for the roof which needed to be replaced. His help on that was much needed and helped ease some of the strain off of making such a big move for us.

- Clyde T.