A note about Disclosed Limited (or Dual) Agency

I'll admit it: I'm going to have you sign something right away. Oregon real estate law says I have to, at our first "substantive meeting." You'll have to sign something saying you got told about it a number of places in the paperwork as we move through your sale, in fact; it's kind of a big deal. There's even a brochure about it, which you should download and read. 

Oregon is a state which allows for an agent to handle both the buyer and the seller in a transaction. I could do that. BUT I DON'T. My exception to the rule is if you want to do a transaction with a friend; in that case we'll all sit down over takeout and work out a price everyone is happy with. 

"Deb ... was always available to help us and answer our whacked out nervous questions. She is simply amazingly patient. You won't be sorry if she is your agent. She is, in a word, fantastic."




My name is Deb Counts-Tabor, and my job is to make your home purchase or sale as painless and trouble-free - dare I say, as fun - as possible. 


I love what I do, and I hope that shows in the care I take to make your dream a reality. I am proud to have been named to the top 7% of Portland Realtors by Portland Monthly Magazine for three years running, and to be in the top 10% of sales at Oregon Realty in 2013.