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NAIFA Portland Chapter Monthly Luncheon

Join us for our monthly real estate appraiser meeting (second Thursday of the month) for guest speakers and lively discussion about current issues affecting the real estate appraisal industry and of course the best buffet lunch in Beaverton at Ernesto's just east of Jesuit High School.


Next Luncheon Meeting is...
Thursday, April 12th, 2018

Be a Grassroots Appraiser

Steven Philip Gray is a nationally known appraiser who recently relocated his thriving appraisal practice to Washington and immediately joined Rose City NAIFA.  Steven is an active advocate for the appraisal profession and keeps a close watch on legislation, even attending AARO meetings as a public observer.  Steven will discuss his experiences working as a staff appraiser at a bank to running an independent appraiser office with three trainees, current affairs/legislation, and stress the importance of staying in touch with fellow appraisers.  Look forward to good food, good company, and a great discussion.



Presented by

​Steven Philip Gray


This event will be at Ernesto's Italian Restaurant

Don't miss this event!

Over a fabulous Ernesto's buffet meal

-Visitors Welcome-

Please RSVP to
​(but, don't let failure to RSVP keep you from attending)




     Lunch at 11:30 AM
     Program begins at 12:00 Noon
     All of this at Ernesto's

Members Price Free 
Guests $17

(Includes a great buffet lunch)


Ernesto's Italian Restaurant

8544 SW Apple Way

Portland 97225 (East of Jesuit High School)

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The Portland / Rose City Chapter
serves the NAIFA members of

 Oregon and Southwest Washington.


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