Steven Hunker

    Steven Hunker

    Areas of Expertise

    Steve specializes in advising and guiding his clients through complex sale and lease negotiations, dealing with commercial, investment and industrial properties. His responsibility and commitment ensures that he will negotiate the best deal. He is known in both Oregon & Washington as a “power broker” who can take a project from idea to fruition. There is no match for perseverance and knowledge, both qualities that Steve has come to embody.

    Background

    Steven Hunker is a native Oregonian who joined the United States Army the summer before his senior year of high school. He took advantage of a full college ROTC scholarship and graduated from the University of Oregon, as a 3 year letterman in rugby, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a focus in Business.

    Affiliations

    CCIM Candidate | CCIM Membership Chair | Commercial Association of Brokers (CAB) | Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) | Columbia Corridor Association | CORFAC International, Technology Committee Chair | Central Eastside Industrial Council (CEIC) | Portland Business Alliance | Identity Clark County (ICC)

    Interests

    Steve enjoys spending time with his three sons Alex, Max and Sam. All the Hunker boys enjoy racing cars in their spare time. They also race catamarans and most recently took a 2nd Place trophy in the Hobie Pacific Northwest Championships at Lake Quinault, WA. Steve continues to give back to the sport of rugby. After playing in college he played for Oregon Sports Rugby Union for 10 years, coached youth teams for Rugby Oregon, has a Level II USA Rugby Coaching Certification, is a founding member of the Oregon Steelhead Men’s Rugby Club and can still find time to sneak onto the pitch for a B-side game with the current University of Oregon Men’s Team.

     

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