Join us in supporting the Transitional Youth Golf Tournament fundraiser

Please join us on Monday, September 15th for an afternoon of golf to benefit homeless and at-risk youth served through Transitional Youth, a local non-profit organization founded by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate’s Chairman, Bert Waugh Jr.

This shotgun scramble will kick off at 12:30 at Tri-Mountain Golf Course in Ridgefield, WA. The foursome registration fee of $400 includes boxed lunches, greens fees, practice balls, dinner and prizes, plus a great time! Click here to register.

Our company is sponsoring the ever-popular “Whack-A-Waugh” contest again. We’ll place a huge headshot photo of Jason Waugh, our President & CEO, a reasonable distance from a tee and whoever hits his image on their drive gets their name included in a drawing for a special prize. 🙂

It’s sure to be a great day, so please come out and help us raise funds for youth in need. Learn more about Transitional Youth here.

Tri-Mountain Golf Course

Our Team in Sandy Makes the Holidays Brighter for Local Kids

BHHS-Northwest-Sandy-Branch-Toy- Drive

The annual toy drive in our Sandy branch is a HUGE success!

As they have done for over thirty years, the wonderful brokers and staff in our Sandy branch office held their annual toy drive to help make the holidays brighter for local children. They invite their clients and business partners — the whole community really — to their annual Open House party and ask that everyone bring a toy. The brokers supply the food (and more toys) and as you can see in the photo, it was a tremendous success once again!

Local Kiwanis members pick up the bounty and distribute it with food baskets to families in the area that could use a little help. They typically put about 400 food boxes together, and because they have information on file about the families (size, number of kids, etc.) they are able to do a great job of matching appropriate toys to a wide range of kids.

To everyone in the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate Sandy office, a big THANK YOU for supporting your community. You make us proud!

Bagley & Associates’ Client Appreciation Event Helps Local Homeless Youth

Bagley and Associates client appreciation Movie Day 2013

Kathy Bagley, Amy Nelson and Tanya Kathan stand with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate Chairman Bert Waugh, Jr. in front of the theater where they held their recent Client Appreciation Movie Day.

For the 12th consecutive year, the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate team Bagley & Associates has held their annual Movie Day, a client appreciation event, at Oak Grove Cinemas in Milwaukie. What started as a way of saying ‘thank you’ to their clients with free movies and snacks has become an annual opportunity for their clients to help youth in need; and they love it.

Not only does the team invite their guests to bring the whole family, they also ask them to bring a donation for local homeless and at-risk youth. Longtime supporters of Transitional Youth, the Portland-based non-profit organization founded by company Chairman Bert Waugh Jr., these real estate pros from the Clackamas office use the event as a means of collecting warm clothing and supplies every year.

As a result of nearly 300 of their clients’ generosity, two vehicles packed full of blankets, sleeping bags, backpacks, jackets, hoodies, socks, clothes and miscellaneous donations delivered the goods downtown to Transitional Youth. Not only that, they raised $854 in cash donations for the organization.

Kathy, Amy and Tanya, we are proud you represent our company and we appreciate your big hearts and those of your clients. Thank you for bringing your community together to help others!

Join Us at the Gallery Without Walls Sculpture Unveiling in Lake Oswego

Our Prudential Northwest Properties Lake Oswego real estate professionals are proud to sponsor this free family-friendly community celebration on Friday, August 16 at Millennium Plaza Park.

Please join us Friday evening as we celebrate art in our community at the Gallery Without Walls sculpture unveiling! Bring the kids and prepare for an evening of fun-filled activities, guides tours, entertainment and more.

5:30 – Entertainment & Children’s Activities
6:00 – Meet the Artists
6:30 – Sculpture Unveiling & Guided Tours Begin

Follow Your Art Lake Oswego Sculpture Unveiling

• Entertainment – provided by Northwest Dragon & Lion Dance Association.
• Children’s Art Activities – provided by Play Boutique.
• Food & Drinks available for purchase – provided by Expressions Catering.

Come out and meet the artists and the real estate professionals that love calling Lake Oswego home. Visit the Arts Council of Lake Oswego website at to download a walking tour map. Millimium Plaza Park is located at 1st and Evergreen in Lake Oswego. We hope to see you there!

Prudential Northwest Properties’ 4th Annual Backpack Drive is Now Underway!

Please help our Relocation team reach their goal of collecting 500 new or slightly used backpacks for local homeless and at-risk youth. Drop-off at any Prudential Northwest Properties branch office or at our Relocation Division office at 9600 SW Barnes Road, Suite 100 in Portland.

Prudential NW Properties Backpack Drive for Transitional Youth

The backpacks we collect will be delivered to Transitional Youth and they will distribute them to at-risk and homeless youth through their outreach program in downtown Portland.

Questions? Please call 503-350-7226. Thank you so much for your support!

Yamhill County Brokers Support 2013 Oregon Special Olympics Summer Games

Ron Schock and Larry Hammer 2013 Oregon Special Olympics Summer Games

Ron Schock and Larry Hammer

Prudential Northwest Properties Managing Principal Broker Ron Schock and his team of community-minded brokers from Newberg, McMinnville and Yamhill recently sponsored and volunteered at the Oregon Special Olympics Summer Games in Newberg. As a returning corporate sponsor of the event’s Victory Dance, they had the pleasure of assisting and interacting with the athletes and attendees.

2013 Oregon Special Olympics Summer Games opening ceremony

Scene from the 2013 Oregon Special Olympics Summer Games opening ceremony.

In Ron’s words, “There were over 1600 Special Olympic athletes that paraded into the Newberg High School Athletic complex to a grandstand filled with cheering and supporting fans, many of which were people from the community that we invited to attend. Our Prudential NW Brokers were able to help with handing out programs and noisemakers as the community entered the stands and we also helped guide the parade of athletes in and assisted them at the ceremony that night. At the end of the ceremony, we helped clear the space so the athletes, coaches, etc., could party, dance and celebrate their accomplishments.

Again, as in last year, it was a very humbling but joyful experience for those in attendance, and the brokers that hadn’t been there last year got a clear understanding of what a heartwarming experience the Special Olympics Summer Games really is.”

A shout out of thanks to Larry and Judi Hammer, Lucy King, Laura Oviatt, Kari Fahrenkopf, Rob Molzahn, Pam, Phil and Kelsey Irish, Karen Frketich, Pete and Linsey Macy, Taylor Burke, Dixie Hancock, Ann and Mariah Schock and all those who helped to make this a special experience for the athletes.

Great job Yamhill County brokers!! Here are a few photos from the event…

Judi and Larry Hammer 2013 Oregon Special Olympics Summer Games

Judi and Larry Hammer

Phil and Pam Irish Special Olympics 2013 Summer Games

Phil and Pam Irish

Pete and Linsey Macy 2013 Oregon Special Olympics Summer Games

Pete and Linsey Macy

Prudential NW Longview Supports Spell-ebration 2013

Prudential NW Longview Spellebration 2013

There’s no shortage of enthusiasm on the Prudential NW Longview team at Spell-ebration 3013, a fundraiser for the Altrusa charitable organization.

The Prudential Northwest Properties Longview branch showed their spirit and community support at the recent Altrusa of Cowlitz County Spell-ebration fundraiser.

Prudential NW Longview branch manager Lorre Jaffe said, “We all had a great time! It’s an annual sell-out event and a very worthy cause we’re happy to support.”

Our team, the Prudential Honey Buckets, whose motto was “we sell ’em better than we spell ’em” took first place in theme costume and third place overall in the adult spelling bee.

Altrusa of Cowlitz County is a dynamic, dedicated and diverse group of women dedicated to making their community a better place to live and work by helping others help themselves.

Kudos to our Prudential Longview team and the good folks at Altrusa for your community support!

Our New Veterans to Brokers Job Program Gets Exposure

Prudential Northwest Properties Veterans to Brokers programA recent article by Saundra Sorenson in The Times helps spread the word about our new Veterans to Brokers job program, a reimbursement effort to assist veterans interested in creating a career in real estate.

Read the article here.

A big “thank you” to Janet Dalton, George Huertas and Jason Waugh for participating in this story.

Are you a veteran interested in exploring this career opportunity, or do you know someone who might be? To learn more, please call (800) 547-1982 or email us at: today.

For more information about the Veterans to Brokers job program, visit


Prudential Northwest Properties Launches Veterans to Brokers program

Prudential Northwest Properties Veterans to Brokers program

Prudential Northwest Properties is pleased to announce the launch of a new program specifically designed to help veterans become licensed real estate professionals and give them an opportunity to create a rewarding career.

Through the Veterans to Brokers program, our company will reimburse the major startup costs new brokers incur, including licensing class expenses, exam fees and first year association dues, which can reach up to $2,300 or more.

Jason Waugh, President & CEO of Prudential Northwest Properties, said, “We’re implementing this program because we appreciate the sacrifice our veterans make to serve our country and we want to do what we can to help them in return. The discipline, commitment and hard work veterans put forth in the military are all traits that would serve them well in the real estate industry. The men and women that serve our country deserve an opportunity to create a rewarding career when they return to civilian life, and we want to help them achieve that.”

The Prudential Northwest Properties Veterans to Brokers program is the first of its kind in the company’s marketplace, which covers northern Oregon and southwest Washington.

To learn more about our Veterans to Brokers Program, please call 800-547-1982 or email

Prudential Northwest Properties Supports Lake Oswego Buddy Walk

Over 1,000 people turned out in support of the Down Syndrome Network Oregon’s 10th Annual Buddy Walk yesterday. The Buddy Walk is one of the popular community events our Lake Oswego branch supports each year, offering hot chocolate and coffee to participants and spectators alike.

Prudential NW at Lake Oswego Buddy Walk

Lori Norstrom, Gayleen Weiler, Holly Siebenthall and Ryan Krause offer complimentary hot chocolate and coffee at the 2012 Buddy Walk

Special thanks to Janet and David Dalton of Dalton’s Northwest Catering for their generous contribution of time and beverages. And big thanks to all of the Prudential Northwest Properties agents, employees, and family friends that helped support this wonderful cause.

The Down Syndrome Network Oregon provides comfort and acceptance for families, friends and individuals with Down Syndrome. Funds raised at the Buddy Walk will allow the organization to fund many important programs throughout the next year. For more information, please email or visit


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