About

stacey“You could say I was truly ‘born to Medford real estate,’ as my mother was a real estate broker here in Southern Oregon for many years. I started at the age of 16 doing clerical work for a local brokerage, and through the years worked up through administrative work for industrial real estate firms in the San Francisco Bay Area, to returning home to Medford and getting my real estate sales license in 1989 and broker’s license in 1993.”

Stacey consistently ranked among the top 20 real estate brokers when she first started with Coldwell Banker Pro West, and was consistently a top producer for them for 14 years.  She moved to her own firm, then was brought on to Keller Williams Realty Southern Oregon as their managing broker.  Her desire to get back into client services took her to back to the Coldwell Banker franchise, becoming a principal broker with Coldwell Banker Pro West Ashland for a number of years.  The office recently became the Rick Harris Real Estate Group, affiliating with John L. Scott Ashland. She holds the designations of Principal Broker, GRI, and ABR. She was listed as a “Megabroker of the Northwest” in the March, 2000 issue of Unique Homes Magazine, was named to their “Registry of Distinction”, and was again listed as a top real estate luxury specialist in their April/May 2001 issue. She was the 2003 Rogue Valley Association of Realtors President, the 2003 Rogue Valley Association of Realtors “Realtor of the Year”, was a 2010 Oregon Association of Realtors Director, a 2010 RVAR Director, was the 2010 SOMLS President, a life member and four-term past President of the RVAR Million Dollar Club, served for four years on the City of Medford Historic Commission, and Salvation Army. She was honored with the Realtor Public Service Award in September of 1999 for her endless community involvement, including the Junior League of Jackson County, YMCA, Britt Festivals, Rogue Opera, Jackson County Foster Parents’ Association, Committed Alliance to Strays, and much more. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Rogue Valley Association of Realtors as an Oregon Association of Realtors Director and sits on the Oregon Association of Realtors ORPAC Trustee Committee.

“I believe that service goes beyond just the selling or purchasing of a home. Most of my past clients and customers are now good friends, and don’t hesitate to refer me to their friends, as they know that I’ll go above and beyond, even to taking care of the family pet while they’re away!”