Patrick Clark is a recognized leader in housing and development in the Portland Metro Area.
He provides unrivaled service to home sellers, home buyers, developers, and investors– anticipating the desires of consumers, not just marketing to them. Patrick has outperformed the competition and the market since 2002; having marketed and sold over $2 billion in urban high-rise homes with a portfolio of 17 distinctive condominium projects consisting of over 2,500 homes. Patrick approaches each project with a shared vision to transform our beloved city for the better, one story at a time. He believes that true collaboration with clients, developers, architects, and investors throughout the development and sales phases is one of his strongest differentiators in delivering exceptional, predictable, results.
Patrick believes that his independent homeowner clients deserve the same white-glove care and expertise as his large, institutional developer clients. By providing the same custom-tailored, results-oriented approach to each individual buyer and seller, his clients experience a level of professionalism, transparency, and effectiveness not often found in our industry. Patrick is your advocate for all things real estate and you will feel this from the first “hello”.
A graduate and Trustee of Pacific University, Patrick attended university in Japan as well. After University he worked in Japan & Moscow, Russia between 1995 and 2002 for a large Japanese multinational company focused on the energy sector. Patrick also serves on the Board of Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, and the Astoria High School Scholarship Foundation, which donates $300k annually to graduating seniors. Patrick currently lives in SW Portland with his wife Mariko Fukuyama Clark, and their two elementary-aged children, Emiko and Kirin. When not engaged with work, Patrick enjoys golf and traveling to the far corners of the globe with his family.