Heather Hannah Buch
In 1999, Heather started managing her family's rentals. She loved working in this industry and decided to spend the next six years developing her own property portfolio. In 2006 she became a full time property manager and real estate broker.
Heather is actively involved in her community and is part of the following associations:
- Member of the City of Eugene Rental Housing Department Advisory Committee
- Member of Emerald Business Partners
- Beltline Facility Plan Stakeholder Advisory Committee Member
- Former Co-Chair of the Active Bethel Citizens Neighborhood Association
- Former Vice President of the Lane County Rental Owners Association
- Former Member of the St. Vincent DePaul Society of Lane County Housing Board
As a member of these associations, Heather has an excellent background and great contacts to make the best possible choices for your investment property.
"Heather is the consummate professional property manager. She is highly ethical, dedicated and responsive. She has been managing several properties for me for several years now and has always exceeded my expectations. She keeps current on all relevant legal issues, keeps me informed of any changes, and take the required steps to administer changes when necessary. I had a very difficult time, and often frustrating experiences in trying to manage my own properties and am very thankful for all of Heather's assistance. She has truly made owning investment property a hassle free experience. I would highly recommend her services to any investor and to any tenant looking for a fair, reasonable, and reputable management company."
The Aurora Building
Preferred Northwest Property Management is located in the Aurora Building - a 5 story, 54 unit mixed use building located in downtown Eugene, with 7,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. It was completed in January 2004 and was the first affordable housing development built in downtown Eugene in over 20 years. The overarching goal for the Aurora Building was sustainability. This goal was met by decreasing impact on good soils, using existing infrastructure, encouraging alternate modes of transportation, and being a model for energy efficiency.
Aurora is located one block from the downtown Lane Community College (LCC) campus, the mass transit center, the new library, and numerous entertainment, employment, and cultural centers.