Governor reappoints Hermanski

to Oregeon Real Estate board

Gov. John Kitzhaber reappointed Christopher Hermanski as an industry member of the Oregon Real Estate Board. Hermanski has served on the board since 2007.

Hermanski founded Mainlander Property Management in Lake Oswego in 1981. He has been a member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers since 1994 and served as its national president in 2003. He chaired the NARPM Broker-Owner Conference in Las Vegas in 2012 and 2013. He holds the Residential Management Professional and Master Property Manager designations. He helped guide his company to its Certified Residential Management Company designation.

He currently serves as a board member and treasurer of Multifamily NW (formerly Min Portland).

Hermanski resides in Tualatin with his wife, Kathi, and one of their four children.

View a new neighborhood

Garrette Custom Homes recently announced the grand opening of Old River Road, the first of six homes that will be built on large estate lots in West Linn and Lake Oswego.

Old River Road features two adjacent home sites as well as four other nearby infill lots.

Garrette Custom Homes specializes in developing custom homes on larger land parcels or acreage.

Those interested can secure one of the available lots and select a plan from the more than 40 floor plans available in the company’s collection.

The model home is a 2,900-square-foot home, built on one level. The home sits on a half-acre lot one block from its Willamette River boat dock and a city park. The model home lists for $535,000 and is located at 18073 Old River Road, West Linn.

For more information, visit or call 866-800-8180.

Windermere Groups kick off company meeting by donating $122,600

Abiding by a longstanding tradition of putting the community first, donations were top on the agenda for two local Windermere groups at an all-company meeting held earlier in month.

Windermere Cronin & Caplan Realty Group Inc. presented $100,000 to the Providence Portland Medical Foundation in Portland and Windermere Stellar Group presented $22,600 to the Children’s Justice Center in Vancouver, Wash.

While every agent contributes a portion of his or her commission from the sale of every home, the majority of the fundraising for the local Windermere Foundation chapter was completed through campaigns and personal agent donations.

The $100,000 contribution will help fund the Windermere Kitchen at Providence Guest House. The house will provide an affordable home away from home for patients and their families who travel to Providence Medical Center in Portland for critical medical treatments.

The $22,600 contribution will help the Children’s Justice Center in its mission to provide a safe space for child victims and their non-offending family members to effectively address incidents of child abuse in Clark County.

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