Oregon City Homes Cameron McCredie, Broker

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Cameron McCredie


Realty Trust Lake Oswego


Mine is a referral based business built on providing quality service which generates referrals from happy clients. The time I save from pursuing the next transaction allows me more time and resources to spend on helping my current sellers and buyers with their real estate needs.

My affiliation with Realty Trust Group is driven by a shared philosophy in providing customer service. The “personal touch” that my clients appreciate requires a robust behind-the-scenes office support system and Realty Trust provides the best in technology and accumulated knowledge. We are a locally-owned agency (not a franchise), with offices throughout the local region. We have a full-time staff and licensed managing principal brokers in each office. We work in an environment in which experienced partners, agents and staff work together as a group. We share our resources, knowledge and passion with a singular purpose: helping others. I choose to live and work in Oregon City. My affiliation with the Lake Oswego branch of Realty Trust is assurance you’ll receive the best representation in the Oregon City market.


My ancestors arrived in Oregon City, October 1852.  Born and raised in Portland, I moved to Oregon City where I continue to honor the Oregon Spirit. 


Community is important to me where neighbors are treated as extended family and participation in community affairs is second-nature to me. Serving as Vice-Chair for the McLoughlin Neighborhood Association, a member of the Citizen Involvement Committee, serving on the Government and Economic Affairs Committee and member of the local Chamber of Commerce allows me the opportunity to offer my expertise in neighborhood and small-business matters while also better serving my clients.

Received January 2016, for my "exceptional contribution" to the betterment of the Oregon City Chamber. 



 When I ‘m not with clients or volunteering, you’ll find me in my garden, the woods, or working on my old historic Bungalow.


Cameron and Ian McCredie
My son Ian and I prepare for a home improvement project.