We, Tony and Jaime Piff, share a lifelong passion for homes, projects, and people.
Jaime is the creative visionary behind Raccoon Realty Group, bringing an infectious, anything-is-possible energy to every project she touches. Jaime studied interior design at Harrington College of Design in Chicago and holds a bachelor's degree in business management from Marylhurst University. In addition to her many years in residential property management, Jaime worked as Maintenance Manager at one of Portland's top real estate development firms, overseeing a portfolio of premium mixed-use buildings. She has decorated and redesigned important spaces at many high-end properties and continues to stage model units in new developments. Jaime is very well connected to the Portland development community and is known for her unparalleled integrity and impeccable taste. When not in real-estate mode, she stays active with yoga, kite-boarding, and scouring estate sales for vintage furniture.
Tony is the yin to Jaime's yang. Before earning his bachelor's in English at Washington University in St Louis and becoming an editor at a Portland-based classic car magazine, he was a welder and deckhand on a Mississippi River salvage boat. He also swung a hammer professionally as a handyman and construction worker, and worked alongside Jaime as a residential property manager. His finely honed journalism skills — questioning, listening, researching, communicating — make him a uniquely effective realtor. Tony fills his free time writing, building metal toolboxes in his garage, riding BMX, and finding new places to brew coffee outdoors.
Together, we've tackled every home-related problem under the sun.
Also, we don't make a big deal out of it, but it should probably be mentioned: we aren't married any more. It must have been the right decision, because after our divorce we bought a house together and started Raccoon Realty Group. At the heart of our platonic, professional arrangement are our two stellar kiddos, Markie and Theo. We can't wait for you to meet them.