Chris Stewart (Windermere Pacific West Properties) Real Estate Agent

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Chris Stewart
location_on Salem, OR — Windermere Pacific West Properties
Windermere Real Estate
Get to Know Chris Stewart

With a college degree in Organizational Development & Behavior and over 20 years of corporate experience with Carlson Travel Network and American Express, I bring extensive project management savvy to the world of real estate. For my clients, this means that I specialize in being efficient and creating the smoothest possible transactions. 

As a dual resident of Salem, Oregon and the San Francisco Bay Area, I am superbly positioned to help clients buy and sell properties in both locations. I can help Oregon-bound buyers sell their Bay Area homes and relocate to Oregon. I can help California-bound buyers sell their Oregon homes and relocate to the Bay Area. By knowing both markets well and being a licensed broker in both states, I can help you fulfill your dreams.

In California, I am associated with Alain Pinel Realtors, the preeminent purveyor of luxiury homes in the San Francisco Bay Area.  At Alain Pienel Realtors, quality extends to people, not just products.

In Oregon, I am associated with Windermere Real Estate, the premeire real estate company of the Pacific Northwest.  At Windermere, community involvement is paramount.

Certifications

Salem, the state capital city, is Oregon's second largest city, with a population of approximately 150,000. Salem is also the county seat of Marion County. However, a small portion of Salem within its incorporated limits of 44 square miles lies across the Willamette River (Historical Note) in Polk County. This is referred to as "West Salem". Salem is located in the center of the Willamette Valley...one of the most fertile and agriculturally productive regions of the United States...47 miles south of Portland and 64 miles north of Eugene, Salem serves as the hub of both state government and the surrounding farming communities. Salem is one of Oregon's oldest communities. The Indian name for the locality was Chemeketa, said to mean "meeting or resting place." It may also have been the name of one of the bands of Calapooya Indians.          

The Willamette Valley is rich in history and a growing wine State today. In addition to the Colleges of Eugene and Corvallis (Beavers & Ducks), Salem's downtown hosts Willamette University, a prestigious law school. 

 

 

 

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The Desire to Sell . . . The Experience To Perform