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W ILLAMETTE VA L L E Y INFORMING AND INSPIRING REAL ESTATE AGENTS Top Performer and Difference Maker AGENTS GIVE BACK Freddie Ruiz Jr.  Joshua Keller Williams Realty Kay First Commercial BUSINESS SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT Real Estate John’s Waterproofing COMMERCIAL CORNER Hosted by George Grabenhorst APRIL 2019

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 09 10 12 Publisher’s Top Agent Business Note & Difference Sponsor Spotlight Maker 16 19 22 Agents Mid Valley Commercial Give Back Association Corner of REALTORS® Annual Award Dinner If you are interested in contributing or nomination REALTORS® for certain stories, please email us at [email protected] DISCLAIMER: Any articles included in this publication and/or opinions expressed therein do not necessarily reflect the views of N2 Publishing but remain solely those of the author(s). The paid advertisements contained within the Real Producers magazine are not endorsed or recommended by N2 Publishing or the pub- lisher. Therefore, neither N2 Publishing nor the publisher may be held liable or responsible for business practices of these companies. NOTE: When community events take place, photographers may be present to take photos for that event and they may be used in this publication. Garage Door Sick? You Need The Garage Door Doctor! DOORS | OPENERS | SERVICE | SALES | INSTALLATION | SPRING REPAIR SPECIALISTS BIG ENOUGH TO COUNT…SMALL ENOUGH TO CARE $15 OFF $25 OFF $75 OFF SERVICE CALL NEW GARAGE NEW DOOR DOOR OPENER NOT VALID WITH OTHER DISCOUNTS OR COUPONS NOT VALID WITH OTHER DISCOUNTS OR COUPONS NOT VALID WITH OTHER DISCOUNTS OR COUPONS (503) 581-7045 | CCB#107970 4 • April 2019

MEET THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY REAL PRODUCERS TEAM Sabrina Dikeman Ashley Hanson Pamela Hagedoorn Rick Osborn Publisher Editor Publisher’s Assistant / Writer Photographer Kathryn Davidson Ryan Murphy Allison Blakely Katrina Albers Photographer Videographer and Client Relations Writer Photography ASSOCIATIONS Oregon Association Salem, OR 97302 of REALTORS® (503) 540-0081 2110 Mission St. SE #230 Salem, OR 97302 Polk County Association (503) 362-3645 of REALTORS® (503) 930-1047 www.polkcountyoregon Mid Valley Association of REALTORS® 2794 12th Pl. SE Willamette Association of REALTORS® Salem, OR 97302 (503) 540-0081 645 Waverly Dr. SE Ste. 212 Albany, OR 97322 (541) 924-9267 North Willamette Association of REALTORS® 2794 12th Pl. SE • 5

PREFERRED PARTNERS This section has been created to give you easier access when searching for a trusted real estate affiliate. Take a minute to familiarize yourself with the businesses sponsoring your magazine. These local businesses are proud to partner with you and make this magazine possible. Please support these businesses and thank them for supporting the REALTOR® community! 1031 EXCHANGE MARKETING, SOCIAL MEDIA, AND ROOFING AND ROOF REPAIR Beutler Exchange Group LLC WEBSITES FOR REALTORS Anytime Roofing (503) 748-1031 Business Boldly (503) 446-0918 Tamara Collins (503) 269-2990   APPLIANCE SALES & REPAIR SIGNS AND GRAPHICS Willamette Valley Appliance 1 Day Signs (503) 390-0161 MORTGAGE/HOME LOAN AND (503) 371-1329 REFINANCE 1010 Commercial St. SE, Salem,   Academy Mortgage OR 97302 BASEMENT WATERPROOFING Ben Nelson John’s Waterproofing Company (503) 910-9872 (503) 419-0404 TITLE AND ESCROW bennelson Fidelity National Title Company     500 Liberty St. SE, Suite 200 CONTRACTOR/OIL TANK Cherry Creek Mortgage Salem, OR 97301-3496 DECOMMISSIONING Lisa McCormick (503) 585-7219 Goff Construction (503) 502-0336 (503) 559-8670 lisa-mccormick FRAMING AND ART GALLERY Land Mark Professionals Elsinore Framing and Fine Art Gallery Katy Canales 444 Ferry St. SE, Salem, OR 97301 (503) 581-8100 (503) 581-4642 PHOTOGRAPHY GARAGE DOORS AND REPAIRS SilverDream Photography Dave’s Garage Doors (503) 507-5783 (503) 641-8987 Photos by Orion HOME INSPECTION (503) 385-1435  Inspections Unlimited – Brandon Biehn (503) 931-6401  PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO SERVICES Marks in Time Photography HOME STAGING (541) 905-1366 Creative Concepts (503) 881-0886 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT/SALES   Centurion Real Estate Management LLC Maid to Perfection 1365 Commercial St. SE, Salem, OR 97302 (541) 257-5373 (503) 588-0940   6 • April 2019

publisher’s note STAY THE COURSE… I know that the choice to pursue a I love the saying, “If your goals networking, doing administrative task, conducting career in real estate was made for don’t scare you to death, they are your sales meetings and open house, etc. etc.? some great reasons… flexibility of not big enough!” time and schedule, autonomy, un- How often do we start to rationalize “not” stay- capped income potential, and our love It’s not about being a daredevil or ing our course and dipping our toe into the sea of for relationships, sales and service. never settling down. It’s about con- temptation? That’s our “Moment of Proof ”! It’s the But it also come with some pretty big sistently doing things that put you moment when all our no-nonsense dedication to needed skills: knowledge, honesty, on the edge of your comfort zone and achieving our goals and excitement about our suc- integrity, responsiveness, communi- push you towards what you want in cess softly fade into the comfort of “urgent things cation and negotiation skills and most your life. to take care of,” or the self-promise to “really hit importantly the ability to manage tomorrow”? And let me tell you, those options oneself, and stay the course for long So that’s my question for you… Are sometimes look mighty sexy compared to “plan.” term success. you living intentionally and taking I highly suggest that you make yourself aware, “of control of the moment, or is fear or yourself ” and have something ready to keep you Did you now that the only time and distraction stealing your minutes dur- on course. place that you can truly have “con- ing the day? trol” over is… the present moment? Ideas?... Make a pact with a pal, a plan with a men- Are you following your plan every tor, a reward system for yourself, build a dream Yet, many of us spend countless hours day? Do you have a plan? Do you board, know your “why,” live by a mantra, read a reliving the past or fearing the future, honor that plan? In any kind of sales book to strengthen your resolve, and even consider clouding our present moment with driven industry, consistency and in- not checking your email during that day if it has distractions that crush our motiva- tentional high-activity is the formula a way of derailing your course. Have something tion, resolve and consistency for the for success. What does your calendar specific and mighty to use when the negotiation in growth in our personal and profes- look like for the week? Really, take a your brain begins. sional lives that we want. look at it now. Do you have your week carved out in writing? When will you “No one is going to hand me success. I must go out Whether we realize it or not, the be prospecting new clients, sitting and get it myself. That’s why I’m here. To dominate. actions that we take every day are with a mentor or business coach, To conquer. Both the world and myself.” – Unknown driven by pleasure or pain, easy or hard, you get the idea. It is only when Sabrina Lowe-Dikeman we live intentionally for the “why” in Publisher our life do we chose the tougher road Willamette Valley Real Producers or the more painful path because the 503-991-4341 pain or the pleasure in the “why” (not Sabrina.dikeman in the moment) is big enough. • 7

top producers & difference maker By Katrina Albers JOSHUA KAY 8 • April 2019

Commercial real estate broker, Joshua Kay has strong roots in Salem, as his family has lived here for over a century. His local knowledge of the area combined with his personality, skill set, and passion for the community has led to his success as a commercial realtor. Commercial real estate has become much more than just a career for Joshua—it’s a way to give back to the community and local businesses that drive the Salem economy.  Joshua graduated from Linfield College with a bachelor’s degree investment properties. In order to be closer to the ac- in business management and political science where he also tion, he will be opening up a First Commercial satellite played golf and football. Upon graduation, Joshua went on to office in the heart of downtown Salem. This office will work for Atwood & Sons where he started working in the ware- house not only Joshua but his wife, local residential house and eventually working his way up to a Program Manager. real estate broker Lillian Kay, as well as mortgage After three years there, Joshua then went on to get licensed as lender Aaron Van Cleave. Joshua is enthusiastic about a commercial real estate broker. When Joshua met with Terri his vision becoming reality in the first quarter of 2019 Frohnmayer and the team at First Commercial Real Estate, he and sees it becoming an integral part of the downtown knew that was where he was meant to be. “Being under a legacy culture and business community.  broker like Terri was a huge opportunity,” Joshua exclaimed. For the past year and a half, Joshua has been an Working with business owners has been the highlight of Joshua’s associate Board Member for the Boys and Girls career. He claims that “understanding the dynamics of their busi- Club of Salem, Marion and Polk Counties. He helps ness and identifying their needs,” as well as “hearing their stories lead the committee that organizes their annual golf and seeing where I can add value,” have been driving factors in his event, the Corporate Shootout, which takes place career. Office and industrial spaces have been the focus of Joshua’s at the Salem Golf Club. In recent years, this event three years in the business, and he is expanding into commercial has raised over $150,000 for the organization. This • 9

event requires a great amount of fundraising and impacting the community, rather than discussing his own personal involvement. local support which is Joshua’s primary role on the This alone is a testament to how important this community and the people in it committee. Joshua is also on the Board of Directors are to him. He is passionate about getting civically engaged to help the city become for the Salem Leadership Foundation which is a more, stable and healthy. His leadership skills and desire to solve problems have faith-based organization that is focused on helping been a part of his commercial real estate career as well as his community involve- churches open their doors and build programming ment, both of which he has many plans in store for the future. for the community. One focus is on the Theory of Change, which is to engage leaders of faith and goodwill, build the capacity of others, and develop joint initiatives. One of the many things SLF does is help churches become Churches as Neighborhood Centers or CAN Centers. These centers are opened in order to utilize the physical space in churches that, for most of the week, remain unused. The CAN Centers provide after-school programs, community events, job training and more. Alongside these orga- nizations, Joshua will soon be joining the Board of the Salem Family YMCA, which has a strong pres- ence in our downtown and impacts Salem youth. He envisions adding value in their capital campaign and for the Y’s bold plans to redevelop their prop- erty into a new multi-million dollar facility. Joshua animatedly described these different orga- nizations and all that they provide for the Salem community and focused on many of the other leaders Full Roof Replacements (Single, composition or metal) Roofing Repairs • Gutter Installation & Cleaning • Moss Removal 503-446-0918 Call for a fast quote today! 10 • April 2019

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preferred business affiliate spotlight Interview with John Lombardi Where did you grow up? How long dren. John has a very large family consisting of their his adult life. He left college to pursue have you lived in the area? Tell us 8 children, 18 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, sales. During his career John explored about your family. and 4 Great great grandchildren. selling many different construction related products but it was Zypex, John grew up in Canonsburg, Pennsyl- Tell us about the events that led up to where and his wife Mavis that led him to the vania and moved to Silverton, Oregon you are now (i.e. education, career path). Waterproofing Business. in 1981. In 1974 he married his wife Mavis (the second marriage for each of John attend school at Clemson University in South What is your business and how/ them) and together they raised 8 chil- Carolina and worked primarily in sales throughout why did you start your business? 12 • April 2019

Every house has an issue with their basement or crawlspace, building construction practices have insured this. The information out there regarding repair options, or why it matters is scant at best, and can be misleading to consumers. John’s focus has always been oh education. This includes educating the homeowners, builders, insurance agents, real- tors, home inspectors, and anyone else willing to listen. Rather than pitch you a product and give you empty promises, John ensures all of the customers know exactly what problems they personally have, why it matters, and what is the most effective way to permanently solve the issue. Given your business expertise and the nature of what you do, what advice can you offer? John had been an active salesman his from inside a basement. After not being All crawlspaces and basements have issues due to entire adult life but when he married able to come to favorable terms with the way they are built and the natural forces they are Mavis she informed him that she would the dealer, John decided he would use exposed to. If you have a crawlspace you likely have not marry a salesman and he needed to the product and go into the Waterproof- not gone down recently to see what is under there find steady work. During this time they ing Business for himself in 1974 and has (this could be a shocking discovery). While water lived in Lynnwood, Washington and been in the business since. in your space is a sure problem and can harm your John was selling a product known as foundation, must of the health risks and real issues Zypexa. This product allowed for John stem from moisture created by vapors in the space. to seal cracks and stop water leaks Mold, radon exposure, indoor allergens, and toxins from pests under your home can have serious effects on your health and well-being. With 50% of the air in your home coming from the crawlspace, you want to make sure this area is clean and dry. What is unique about What else we should know about you, your fam- your business? ily, or your business? • 13

John has been in business since 1974 and has surrounded himself with very high quality people. His staff is extremely knowledge and contribute immensely to the growth and education of home owners and construction professionals. Many of John’s crew members have been with the business for over a decade (some two) this is longer than most of his competitors have been in business. This wealth of knowledge and experience not only allows for John’s to perform the work quickly, but it also keeps them from being sur- prised. After 43 years, the crew at John’s Waterproofing has seen every situation you could encounter. The crews, inspectors and office staff go through rigorous training when they are hired on, and every one in the company undergoes weekly training meetings as well. Ensuring that they meet or exceed code and remain cutting edge in terms of building science, is of paramount importance to the company. This experience and education is truly what sets John’s apart from the competition. How we serve REALTORS®: John’s Waterproofing Company 201 Airport rd. Silverton OR 97381 1-888-601-7066 The health of your family matters. Up to 45% of the air you breathe comes from your basement or crawlspace. Call today for your free inspection. 14 • April 2019

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agents give back By Katrina Albers RFuriezdJdr. ie 16 • April 2019

WWhen you want something done in and Hornitos Tequila Family Building Blocks luncheon and your community, sometimes you and each year it has feeling touched by the impact that it just have to do it yourself. That is changed and adapted has on families in the community.  what Realtor Freddy Ruiz Jr. was to the needs of the thinking when he first began Salem’s people and the down- Besides a love for tacos and a desire Taco Crawl. This annual event that town businesses. This year to help people buy homes, Freddy is now on its fifth year has become a the main Taco Crawl event will much anticipated and highly engaging activity for take place on Monday, May 13 and downtown Salem, and it began with the simple restaurants will continue their taco desire to go grab some tacos. In 2015, Cinco de specials throughout the week. So far Mayo happened to fall on a Tuesday, and every- there are five restaurants participat- one knows there’s nothing more fun than Taco ing: Bari, Archive, Taproot, Birdie’s Tuesday. Unfortunately, at the time there wasn’t Bistro and Bentley’s. There is still anything happening downtown that featured the room for other restaurants to par- businesses and their food. Upon realizing this, ticipate in the weekly specials even Freddy decided he would create his own event by if they don’t want to take part in the asking a few restaurants to feature taco specials; main Taco Crawl event. This year the this is where the Taco Crawl began.  restaurants taking part have a $100 buy-in which all goes towards Family This event started at a great time as the downtown Building Blocks. Freddy decided to culture has grown immensely in the last five years. have the buy-in proceeds go towards The Taco Crawl is sponsored by Huggins Insurance the organization after attending a • 17

I strive to be part of my clients’ stories of a better and happier life. MAID TO is passionate about PERFECTION the Salem community and being involved in Giving your life back one hour at a time community events. He volunteers at KMUZ Move-in, Move-out radio and hosts the 1 Time Cleanings for Listings UpBeat radio show Weekly & Bi-Weekly Services every Tuesday at 6 p.m. and he is also a fire Tailored Services performer and performs at many outdoor events Schedule a FREE Estimate Today! including the World Beat Festival. He loves meeting new people and coming up with creative ways to help the people of Salem as 541-257-5373 well as the local business that make up the community.  [email protected] His background is in marketing and graphic design and he has used this in order to help grow his real estate career. He has Licensed, Bonded, Insured been in the business just about a year but has grown up and been Your Professional House Cleaning Service around the industry most of his life. He believes his skills in 18 • April 2019 marketing mixed with his love for Salem are the perfect combina- tion for a successful realtor. “I want to build my services on the foundation of patience, understanding and savvy marketing skills, I strive to be part of my clients’ stories of a better and happier life.” He strives to expand his creativity and find new and effec- tive ways to market his listings and his business. He is passionate about creating a quality professional experience for his clients and standing out in the real estate industry.

Mid Valley Association of REALTORS® ANNUAL AWARD DINNER Photography by Pamela Hagedoorn, Silver Dream Photography • 19

Leslie Savage, Amerititle Jon Martinez, EXP Realty, LLC Affiliate of the Year REALTOR® Rising Star Curt Arthur, SVN Commercial Debbie McMillian, Berkshire Advisors, LLC Hathaway Bill Frey Memorial Allen Jones Memorial Lifetime Commercial Transaction of Achievement the Year Eileen Slezak, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Real Estate President’s Award 20 • April 2019

Greg & Judy Gysin, Gysin Realty Group REALTOR® of the Year SELL FASTER. SELL FOR MORE. Creative Concepts Home Staging & Contracting [email protected] - (503) 881-0886 Professional Home Staging - Reliable Contractor Services Beautiful Results! • 21

commercial corner By George Grabenhorst, SVN What’s Happening in the COMMERCIAL MARKET? I look forward to this new Let’s start with the office. Overall, the office market most notable sale was the net leased section for commercial statistical numbers showed positive gains across investment sale of The Doctors Clinic the board in 2018. We surveyed 530 non-owner oc- at 5050 Skyline Village Loop for real estate in this month’s cupied office buildings measuring 3,000 square feet $12.035 million, or, $348 per square magazine and am happy and larger in Salem/Keizer and the vacancy factor foot to a national medical invest- to start it out with a quick finished the year at 6.3%. This is down from 7.0% ment trust. Another notable medical market overview for the in 2017, 7.6% in 2016, and 9.1% in 2015. The office sale during 2018 was a five-property Commercial world. market did show signs of losing some momentum, transaction including 25,506 square though, as positive absorption dropped for the feet at 1155 Mission Street, the second straight year after record gains in 2016. former home of Mission Medical The largest event of 2018 was the completion of the Imaging, to Salem Hospital. The remodel for the SAIF Corporation headquarters final consideration was $4,375,000. which meant hundreds of employees returning to The property was necessary as the downtown Salem after a two-year relocation from hospital looks at continued expan- a temporary location off the Salem Parkway. With sion. Leasing activity for 2018 was up the tightening of the leasing market, sales of office slightly with a total of 120 leases for and medical buildings shot up 52% for the year 248,373 square feet. The largest lease with 39 properties sold for a total $46.4 million was at 2045 Silverton Road where compared to $30.5 million the year before. The Marion County Health Department 22 • April 2019

leased 34,390 square feet for a drug $6.90 a square foot in 2017. The sales ing rent for industrial space grew by 5.8 percent in and alcohol treatment center. With volume finished the year at $34.1 2018 combined with 6.6 percent in 2017. A glance at no new construction on the horizon million, which is double the 10-year the Market Rent chart shows industrial rents will we are seeing a shortening of sup- average of $15.8 million.  continue to climb until it flattens around 2021. The ply and a tightening of the overall current industrial market survey size for the Salem market. In 2015 the average “months SALEM: In 2018, Amazon completed MSA is around 16 million feet using buildings 5,000 on market” from when a listing hit its 1 million square foot fulfillment square feet and larger. As of early January 2019, the market, to when it leased, was in center; Oregon Fruit Products reno- there was no known construction happening for excess of two years. We are now at vated the former NORPAC building speculative industrial space. According to CoStar, less than nine months.  and PacTrust completed the second the average time it takes for an industrial building of six speculative buildings, with two to be leased is 5.4 months, a significant decrease Industrial Market: Following the more scheduled to start in the spring from 24.2 months in January of 2015. In 2018, the trend of 2017, the imbalance of of 2019. Griffin Greenhouse Supplies combined construction of two industrial buildings, limited supply and high demand was and Jeld-Wen are the first tenants in Amazon and PacTrust, was more than 1.14 million prevalent again in 2018. The lack of this development. The average rent square feet compared with five projects in 2017, inventory in the Salem Metro MSA for industrial space was $6.90 per which equaled more than 1.5 million square feet. led to industrial vacancy rates of 2.5 square foot in 2017 compared to $7.30 Hope this gives you an idea of some of the things percent, with the average market rent per square foot in 2018 or an increase that are happening in the commercial market plan. per square foot at $7.30 compared to of 40 cents per square foot. The ask- • 23

calendar of events SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY APRIL 30 01 02 REALTOR® Day at the Capitol 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. 07 08 09 MVAR - New Member Orientation 2 p.m.- 3 p.m. 14 15 16 21 22 23 28 29 30 24 • April 2019

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 03 04 05 06 MVAR - Education MVAR - Executive Seminar: Topic TBD Committee Meeting  8:30 a.m.-10 a.m. 10 11 12 13 MVAR - NO April General Mem- MVAR - SARCF Board Meeting OAR - Spring Board of Direc- 20 bership Meeting 9 a.m.- 10 a.m. tors Meeting OAR - Spring Governance OAR - Spring Governance 8:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. OAR - Spring Governance OAR - At Home with Diversity 18 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Certification Course 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. 19 17 MVAR - Special Events Commit- tee Meeting 9–10 a.m. MVAR - Professional Develop- ment Committee Meeting 12–1 p.m. 24 25 26 27 MVAR - Outreach and Public Relations Committee Meeting 9–10 a.m. Risk Advisory: Topic TBA 12 p.m.- 1p.m. 01 02 03 04 • 25

APRIL schedule details Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Wednesday, April 10-12th, 2019 Wednesday, April 17, 2019 REALTOR® Day at the Capitol OAR - Spring Governance MVAR - Special Events Committee Meeting 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. The Agenda is full of exciting and beneficial events that you 9–10 a.m. State Capitol Grounds won’t want to miss! MVAR Office  8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. 2794 12th St. SE 900 Court St. NW Salem, OR 97302 Salem, OR 97301 Salem Convention Center 200 Commercial St. SE Wednesday, April 17, 2019 Thursday, April 4, 2019 Salem, OR 97302 MVAR - Professional Development MVAR - Education Seminar: Topic TBD Wednesday, April 10, 2019 Committee Meeting Scottish Rite Center OAR - At Home with Diversity 12–1 p.m. 4090 Commercial St. SE Certification Course MVAR Office Salem, OR 97302 The class teaches how real estate professionals can increase 2794 12th St. SE Salem, OR 97302 Friday, April 5, 2019 their sensitivity and adaptability to future market trends. MVAR - Executive Committee Meeting 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Thursday, April 25, 2019 CE: 6 hrs MVAR - Outreach and Public Relations 8:30 a.m.- 10 a.m. MVAR Office Speaker: Mark Kitabayashi Committee Meeting 2794 12 St.  Salem Convention Center 9–10 a.m. Salem, OR 97302 200 Commercial St. SE MVAR Office Salem, OR 97301 2794 12th St. SE Tuesday, April 9, 2019 Salem, OR 97302 MVAR - New Member Orientation Thursday, April 11, 2019 MVAR - SARCF Board Meeting Thursday, April 25, 2019 2 p.m.- 3 p.m. Risk Advisory: Topic TBA MVAR Office 9 a.m.- 10 a.m. 2794 12th St. SE MVAR Office  12 p.m.- 1 p.m. Salem, OR 97302 2794 12th St. SE Salem First Church of the Nazarene Salem, OR 97302 Wednesday, April 10, 2019 1550 Market St. NE MVAR - NO April General Friday, April 12, 2019 Salem, OR 97301 OAR - Spring Board of Directors Meeting Membership Meeting 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Salem Convention Center 200 Commercial St. SE Salem, OR 97302 26 • April 2019 • 27

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