I have been in real estate since 1997 and have represented both buyers and sellers throughout the very active markets–both during the frantic Seller’s Market and in the current Buyer’s Market.

Prior to my real estate profession, I was an educator in the Beaverton School District. While there, I taught elementary, middle, TAG students and education professionals.

Just as in my prior profession, I believe that professional education is important, and have pursued obtaining my Certified Residential Specialist certificate, a GRI certification and just recently, the EA S.T.A.R. certification. The last certificate proves me with the knowledge needed to assist buyers and sellers wanting to “go green” when buying or remodeling.

My husband and I love venturing out to Portland restaurants, trying new “hot-spots”, cozy neighborhood corners, and comfortable “tried and trues”. The first tip: You might want to try Sel Gris if you haven’t already–http://www.selgrisrestaurant.com

Traveling all over the globe and close-to-home is on the top of our list for adventures. One of our favorites: Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa on a photo safari.

Posted on February 19, 2009 at 1:11 pm
Brenda Schwindt | Category: Africa, Beaverton School District, photo safari, Portland, real estate, restaurants, travel