My name is Branton Neal Plaster. I am an Oregon native, raised in the Willamette Valley. I am a second-generation Real Estate Broker, proudly following in my parents’ footsteps. I have integrity in what I do, and believe in leadership by example, coaching those who need my help, loyalty to my clients, and being available throughout my day to help others achieve success. I have a positive attitude and a passion for what I do; this motivates me to continuously learn across all professional platforms.
For the past 12 years I have played a key role as a business development director, finance manager, purchasing agent and fixed-operations manager for a Fortune 500 company based out of Medford, Oregon. A few of my strengths include:
- Client Care
- Developing and Implementing Marketing Activities
- Process Development with Implementation
- Research of Local and Regional Market Conditions
- Business Analysis and Forecasting
- Deal Structure
My clients’ interests are my #1 priority. They find that if I am in their corner, I will fight for clients, work diligently on their behalf, be their biggest advocate, and help each achieve their dreams.
My Core Self:
In my heart and soul, I am a huge animal advocate. I have worked with non-profit animal advocacy groups like Salem Friends of Felines, and also for Turtle Ridge Wildlife Center as a wildlife rehabilitator.
My family has been actively involved in child welfare and advocacy in Oregon for more than 50 years. I currently tutor developmentally disabled children in early childhood education curriculum, including Math, writing, art, and more.
In My Free Time:
I live an active, fitness-based lifestyle! I run, lift weights, and do yoga almost every day. I have successfully completed the Cascade Lakes 216-mile Relay Race and am currently training for Hood-to-Coast. I achieve the best version of myself when my mind and body are in harmony and believe the best way to accomplish this is through athletic endeavors.
I am a voracious reader of anything related to science, history, art, architecture, and philosophy. My favorite literary quote is:
“In my walks, every man I meet is my superior in some way, and in that I learn from him.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
I try to apply that philosophy to every person I meet, and every conversation I have. I hope to meet and talk with YOU soon.