Mike Dimeo | About

With a brokerage career in its third decade and an enthusiasm for housing and construction that began in his teens, Portland, Oregon’s Mike Dimeo has become one of the leading names in the area’s real estate market. Whether focusing on the area’s suburban properties or its metropolitan downtown area, his real estate career has continued to grow through the years.

Active in the housing industry since he was 15 when he began framing homes, Mike Dimeo first obtained his real estate license in 1991. Success came quickly; in his third year as a broker Mr. Dimeo was producing between $3 million and $6 million in real estate sales volume annually. By 1996, working with ERA Executives, he placed within the top 1 percent of real estate brokers nationwide, an honor he would receive each year until 2007, when his sales volume exceeded $35 million, and as, owner and broker of his own firm, he oversaw more than 35 agents in addition to handling housing transactions.

A year-long sabbatical from real estate allowed Mike Dimeo time to spend with his son in Colorado, but also reinvigorated his enthusiasm for real estate, which he reentered following his return to Portland. While he had previously specialized in the Portland suburbs of Washington County, he now focuses his skills on downtown Portland and the Multnomah County area.

When not at work, Mike Dimeo enjoys waterskiing; mountain biking; spending time with his eldest son, Joe, who lives nearby; and Italian cooking. Additionally, he is a supporter of Aloha, Oregon’s high school baseball program and coached the suburb’s youth baseball program for more than a decade.


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