Return to Raleigh Hills
Beth Proctor is native to the Northwest as well as Real Estate. Surrounded by the culture of Real Estate all growing up, she started working in Real Estate offices as early as the age of 13 in her home town, Bellevue, Washington. As a graduate of Oregon State University in Human Development and Family Sciences, she decided the Beaver State was the place to call home. Beth was licensed in Washington in 2000, and in Oregon since the beginning of 2006. With both parents in the Real Estate business (her dad a Principal Broker, her mom a Broker), Beth truly considers Real Estate “A Family Affair!” Beth prides herself on learning from the best and always striving to be the best. Her customer service is exceptional as is her work ethic and thirst for knowledge. This industry is forever changing and she sets out to always be on the cutting edge. The interest of her clients is always first. She is passionate about houses, community and those who are close to her…all of which define “family” in Beth’s eyes and heart.
When Beth is not selling Real Estate, she can be found paddling on the river in a dragon boat or Outrigger canoe, climbing a wall at the rock gym, skiing (either on a mountain or water, depending on the season), running with her dog Frank, or perhaps enjoying an exceptional dining experience. She has been known to catch a few salmon in her day – the largest of which was a 21 pounds and 22 pounds (caught in the same weekend). She is also involved in the Portland area Alumni Association for her sorority, Kappa Delta, Team Captain and supporter of the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, supporter of The Windermere Foundation, Hood To Coast Start Line Director, participant in the Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build & is an avid Dragon Boat paddler for the "Windermere Wind Dragons". The Wind Dragons race yearly in several races, one of which is the Portland Rose Festival. She also trained last year to paddle down the Amazon River in Peru with "Team Chaos" for "The Great Amazon River Race" which luckily, she survived!