OUR TEAM

Chris Larsson

MANAGING PRINCIPAL BROKER
503-989-6123 CELL

Chris realized from the start that being a Realtor is a “Johnny on the Spot” profession. If you are not accessible to your clients or inquiry’s 120% of the time they will just call someone else. It’s just that simple. That is why he answers his phone religiously returning calls and emails within 1 hour of receipt!

 

Marcie McAuliffe

BROKER
503-705-5855 CELL

Marcie has returned to real estate after staying home for several years with her two boys. A 5th generation Oregonian, Marcie was raised in Lake Oswego, graduated from Lakeridge High School and received her B.S. double majoring in Marketing and Management from the Lundquist School of Business at the University of Oregon. She attended school at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark on a business school exchange program her senior year of college…

 

Rob DeRienzo

PRINCIPAL BROKER
503-747-8272 CELL

Licensed in 1990, I began my career as a licensed broker and selling homes throughout the Portland Metro area for 11 years. Subsequently, I held multiple positions in the title and escrow arena before being appointed Managing Principal Broker for an elite, independently owned real estate company in Lake Oswego, overseeing and reviewing all sale agreements for 75+ REALTORS, including recruiting and continuing education.

 

TERRY GIERKE

PRINCIPAL BROKER
503-781-5535 CELL

TIFFANY LARSSON

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

Tiffany helps plan execute and deliver ad campaigns for Larsson Realty and our clients properties. After working 18 years in advertising with ClearChannel Entertainment, CBS, and Billups Worldwide respectively, Tiffany decided it was time to feed her entrepreneurial spirit and work closer to home. Throughout her career she’s helped develop strategic marketing programs for such brands as…

GUS MCTIGUE

IN-HOUSE VIDEOGRAPHER

I was not given my first camera as a toddler. In fact the closest thing I can think of was a child’s polaroid that I used at 15 to take an entire album of my dogs.
From the crystal blue waters of Priest Lake where I learned to roll in the mud with my Labs to the waters of the Columbia where I learned that rivers give you hypothermia I have always kept moving and exploring. Those experiences forced me to find a job that would keep me as excited and as engaged as ever. That meant picking up a camera and figuring out how to make it in the world.