At Jenkins Davisson, LLC we strive to make every property we manage feel like a home to tenants and a good neighbor to the community.
For home seekers and current tenants, we strive to make your application process simple, your move-in stress free, and your ongoing tenancy pleasant. We treat your home like our home.
Our staff is knowledgable, professional, trustworthy, and full of great ideas backed by experience. We strive to provide you with friendly, personalized service tailored to meet your needs — and your budget. And, just in case you were wondering, we are licensed, bonded and insured.
More About Tara
Tara is a licensed property manager in the State of Oregon specializing in single family homes and multiplexes. Before starting her property management education, Tara earned a BA in Rhetoric and Media from Willamette University and a Masters in Public Administration from Portland State University. This unique background has served her well when marketing properties and dealing with the bureaucratic elements of property management. She also has a wide breadth of knowledge about residential renovations, including historic homes.
Interesting animal fact: When camping at Yosemite one spring, Tara woke up in her tent to discover a raccoon curled up next to her head.
More about Brittnay
Brittnay coordinates maintenance operations and she runs a tight ship.
With decades of experience in the real estate and construction industries, she gets it. She is an expert at balancing tenant/property needs, budget constraints, and doing the job right.
Interesting animal fact: Brittnay is a Bigfoot believer and makes sure that any time she goes camping she has a Slim Jim to offer in case of a sighting.
More about Jim
Jim is a retired general contractor who has done everything from new construction to high end remodels to handyman work. Jim knows how to do it all, and how to do it right. We say “retired” because we quickly lured him out of retirement to work with us! Interesting Animal Fact: Jim used to have a cat that would ride around on his shoulder like a parrot. He was quite a popular cat.