We are a team of licensed real estate brokers at Think Real Estate in Portland, Oregon. Think is a small, independent realty company that is locally owned and operated. We hold a high standard of performance for ourselves with no out-of-state corporate organization determining our goals or standards. Our independence and local focus allows us to do what’s best for our clients and to give you the personal attention that you deserve. We couldn’t be more confident in the company we represent and the service we’re able to provide.
PDX HOUSE GEEKS
/pôrt′lənd houz gēkz/
- Engage in or discuss real estate related tasks obsessively or with great attention to technical detail. “The seller’s market in Portland began to soften with elevated interest rates, increase of the inventory of homes available, and decline of general enthusiasm from buyers.”
- Be or become extremely excited or enthusiastic about a Portland house subject, typically one of specialist or minority interest. “Look at this craftsman’s Batchelder fireplace with exquisite pooling of pale blue in the tile glaze!” “The perforations in the metal shade of this Midcentury Imperialite will cast patterns across the kitchen if used with an incandescent bulb and retracted closer to the ceiling.”
plural noun informal
- Portland Oregon Realtors that perform at elevated levels to find successful acquisition of clients’ desired home while also simultaneously project managing the purchase to achieve smooth and excellent results. “Best of Portland Real Estate Broker, Willamette Week 2015 Award Winner” “Hostess of Tiny Houses episode 2013”
- Those freaks and dorks you grew up with who turned out to be real estate savants.
- People who are uncannily obsessed with houses, so you don’t have to be.
- synonyms: Think Real Estate agents, house lovers, marketing magicians, real estate brokers, local culture vultures, layout visionaries, house nerds, vintage goods seekers, Realtors, period home historians, awesome deal questers, market thermometers, street art admirers, transaction gurus, treasure hunters, open house socialites, interest rate trackers, transaction control managers, modern space enthusiasts, and big purchase hand holders
- inaccuracies: often times mispronounced as relator, [ri-ley-ter]