A Little Bit About Yascha
who I am | what I do | & why I do it
Yascha Noonberg is a Realtor in with Living Room Realty in Portland, Oregon. This video was produced by Zillow.com to showcase Yascha as a premiere agent in the Portland Metro area. Hear a testimonial from a recent client and get a feel for his approach to real estate and providing top notch service to clients.
“Yascha is a fantastic, hard-working, honest, and passionate realtor.” D. Christopher – Client.
“When you meet Yascha, you immediately feel that he is a talented professional that knows how to get things done. When we put our house on the market, he was there for us every step of the way.” Nancy H. – Client
Meet In this video, you can hear more testimonials from past clients, see some of the beautiful homes he has sold, and hear Yascha talk about his approach to the real estate business.
Why you want to work with me:
- I’m a great listener
- I treat each client like family
- I keep in constant contact so you feel like a priority at all times
- I work hard so you won’t have to
My fascination with Portland began 20 years ago. I have lived many of Portland’s different neighborhoods and have operated a music school in SE Portland for the last 10 years. I started getting involved with real estate in 2008 both in residential transactions, commercial leases, and as a property manager.
Prior to being a Realtor, I have worked as a music producer, teacher, photo journalist, and performer. I utilize all of these unique skills when helping clients achieve their goals.
When I bought my first house, I was a self-employed musician and the process of becoming a home-owner inspired me to share the joy with as many people as possible.
This path lead to my eventual Realtor licensing and it has been an amazing experience so far helping so many great clients buy and sell houses in Portland.
I am easy to work with and a great listener and I believe that real estate is more about people and their goals than it is about housing structures. My strengths are marketing, and negotiating and as a creative entrepreneur I leverage my photo and web skills as much as possible.
In addition to teaching music to hundreds of Portland students, I’ve also spent many enjoyable hours volunteering for Big Brothers Big Sisters and the “Make a Wish” Foundation. In 2010 I was named “Big Brother of the Year” for the Columbia Northwest.