Being raised in the Midwest, one of the most important things my parents taught my brother, sister and me was to be honest and live our lives in an ethical manner. I remember a number of times being reminded, “you need to be able to look yourself in the mirror every day of your life. Do your very best and live your life with purpose and integrity!” Those words have served me well.

 

K. Scarlett Kier

Licensed Broker since 1991

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"Do your very best and live your life with purpose and integrity." Those words have served me well.

My parents also cautioned that sales is a highly competitive field. Their advice was to sell something you believe in and sell the best product available. With those lessons and my real estate license I set out to establish myself with a brokerage, if I was to go with the best that only meant the professionals with Advantage Real Estate. I have been thankful since my first day.

To date, the agents of Advantage Real Estate have 233 accumulative years of real estate experience with 204 years in Lincoln County. We are proud of what we do!

I have always had an interest in real estate but for several reasons never pursued it. Then while managing a fishing lodge in Alaska, a group of real estate agents from California stayed and fished. Surprisingly talk swayed away from fishing long enough for the guys to strike my interest in real estate again. After returning to Oregon from the Alaska trip the California agents continued to call and encouraged me to get involved in the community college real estate class. The result was my real estate license in 1991.

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Something I’m very thankful for is that I had the opportunity to do the detailed study classes available through the Oregon Coast Community College. I feel strongly that the intense, broad spectrum real estate courses have benefited me throughout my career.

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Oregon Realtor Institute (GRI)

Committed to serving their clients and customers with the highest ethical standards.

Certified Residential Specialist (CRS)

The highest credential awarded to residential sales agents, managers and brokers. Only 5% of all real estate agents internationally have the CRS designation. CRSs receive advanced training above and beyond what is required of typical agents, have proven experience through logged transactions, continuously improve their skills and learn about new regulatory developments, and adhere to an ethics code not required of other agents.

 

A member in good standing:
  • National Association of Realtors

  • Oregon Association of Realtors

  • Lincoln County Board of Realtors

  • Lincoln County Planning Board of Commissioners

Subscriber of the multiple listing service:
  • REALTOR.COM, All listings are posted on Zillow, Trulia and the other popular websites
     

Community service:
  • Pacific Community Hospital Foundation, Former president and current member

  • Realtors Scholarship Committee, Board member for the local committee

  • Lincoln County Sheriff Search and Rescue Team, former member

  • Emerge Graduate, changing the face of politics to create an inclusive democracy

 

I feel very strongly about continuing to advance my real estate education.

In 1995 I studied for and received my associate brokers license. I feel very strongly about continuing to advance my real estate education. I am a Graduate, Oregon Realtor Institute (GRI) and in 2004 I was successful with meeting the requirements for my Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) certification, only 5% of all real estate agents internationally have the CRS designation.

I am a member in good standing with the National Association of Realtors, The Oregon Association of Realtors, and Lincoln County Board of Realtors, a subscriber of the local multiple listing service, REALTOR.COM and all listings are posted on Zillow, Trulia and the other popular websites. I am the former president and current member of the Pacific Community Hospital Foundation, a board member for the local Realtors Scholarship Committee, a former member of the Lincoln County Sheriff Search and Rescue Team and an Emerge graduate.

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I have now called Lincoln County home since 1982. When I’m not working, I enjoy reading, hiking, fishing, walking the beaches and forest with my dogs Cora and Jack. Rest assured that even when I’m out with the dogs I am easy to reach.