I am a Partner & Principal Broker with Tradition Real Estate Partners. For over 20 years I have been actively involved within the business community in the Salem/Keizer area. Most of my professional work life initiated in the real estate industry; with title insurance/escrow for a couple years, then as a loan officer/mortgage broker for over 10 years, and most recently, prior to being a Realtor – the owner/agent of a local insurance agency.
My passion for real estate began at an early age with a Mother in real estate and a Father in construction. You can expect reliably open and honest communication, an exceptionally diverse knowledge of the buying and selling process, along with a local long term presence. My business and personal network are something I’m very proud of.
My wife Tara and I both grew up in Keizer and enjoy camping, traveling, golfing, motorcycles, mountain biking, pickleball, and spending quality time with friends and family.
Mandi Mack is a real estate Principal Broker at Tradition Real Estate Partners, specializing in residential home sales in the Willamette Valley and beyond. Years of personal home remodeling experience on several projects led Mandi to pursue a career in real estate. Before becoming a Broker, Mandi was one of the proud founders of Vista Seed Partners. She has over a dozen years of account management and marketing experience, which greatly beneﬁts both her clients and herself.
Mandi is a member of the Mid-Valley Association of Realtors (MVAR), National Association of REALTORS (NAR), the Home Builders Association (HBA), the Willamette Valley Multiple Listing Service (WVMLS), the Multiple Listing Service of Central Oregon (MLSCO) and Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS).
She is a current member of the Oregon Women for Agriculture (OWA) and American Agri-Women Associations. In the past, Mandi has served on the OWA Scholarship board. She was also a board member for the Oregon Seed Association (OSA) from 2011-2017.
Mandi has lived in Salem for over 15 years and was born and raised in Oregon. She went to Regis High School in Stayton and graduated from Oregon State University, where she earned her degree in Agriculture Business Management. Mandi enjoys spending time with her family and taking advantage of all northwest Oregon has to oﬀer. She and her husband, along with their two young children, love going on outdoor adventures, playing in rivers and creeks, bicycling, playing sports, gardening, cooking, playing with the furry family members and cheering on OSU sports. Go Beavs!