Doug Bergmann

Principal Broker

In the business to make a difference


As a John L. Scott broker, my mission is to build lasting relationships and provide a level of excellence to clients. That means I work tirelessly to make your home buying or selling process as efficient, stress-free and lucrative for you as possible.

Meet Doug:

A native Oregonian, Doug began his full-time real estate career in 2006 but was initially licensed in Colorado in 1998. Before real estate, he worked in the banking business (Omaha and Charlotte), with a real estate developer (Vail, CO) and ran a printing company (Vail, CO) at different stages of his career. 

Doug is based out of John L. Scott’s Sunset Corridor office and enjoys building a trusting relationship with his buyer and seller clients.

Specializing in single-family homes, townhomes and condos, Doug often helps clients in Beaverton, Bethany, Cedar Mill, Northwest and Southwest Portland. In every transaction, Doug acts as his client’s consultant, their trusted leader and their experienced expert. He is focused on ensuring they make the best decision tailored to their situation, and the trust he builds with clients sets him apart in the industry.

When he’s not working, Doug spends time with his family and you'll often see him on sports fields and courts. Doug is a proud father of two boys, Dillon, a student at Washington State and Luke, who will soon be attending Sunset High School.

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The Beaver is Oregon’s state animal, and Beaverton is one of the best places to live in Oregon. Just seven miles west of Portland, Beaverton has a bevy of choices when it comes to homes, entertainment, careers and activities. Beaverton was once considered simply a suburb of Portland, but it has come into its own as a city in the past few decades. Our city was even as one of the 100 "best places to live", among smaller cities in the country named by Money magazine. Beaverton’s economy is thriving. Both Nike and Columbia Sportswear call land close to Beaverton home and many Beaverton residents work at these companies. As part of Oregon’s Silicon Forest, Beaverton is also home to several tech companies, include Textronix and the Linux Technology Center of IBM. The Terpenning Recreation Complex, which is maintained by the Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation District, encourages Beaverton residents and people in nearby towns to stay active. The Complex hosts a pool, athletic center, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, multipurpose sports fields, skate parks, basketball courts and walking trails. Homes in Beaverton range from midcentury classics to luxury new construction. With easy access to both the Oregon coast and the Cascade mountains, outdoor activities are just a drive away. If you’d like to learn more about Beaverton, let us know. We’d love to show you around and help you find your perfect home.


“Doug was an excellent buyer's agent. He was responsive, efficient and very patient as we looked at house after house after house. We were relocating to the area, and his knowledge and advice regarding neighborhoods and location was invaluable. We will absolutely be turning towards Doug for all of our real estate needs in the future, and have already recommended him to others.”
– deannajo

“Doug is a true professional and orchestrated our sales from start to finish, I was so impressed with Doug I used him for purchasing my new home as well. I believe I received the very best price I could get for my home and the very best price when I purchased my new home. Doug is well respected in the real estate profession and has many contacts that support his selling efforts.”
– coming4

“Doug is a great agent. He helped us scour the area looking for the right house to purchase for our needs. He was attentive, patient and flexible. It was a pleasure to work with him and if we buy again in the area, he will be the first one to contact.”
– mikchandler