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Alan, a third generation native Oregonian, is Senior Residential Appraiser for Duncan & Brown. He has been with the firm in its various forms since 1981, following 10 years of appraisal work for county government and in the banking industry. Alan specializes in single family and small multi-family residential properties, rural properties and residential land, with appraisals purposed for mortgage lending, relocations and various legal matters. He also has extensive appraisal review experience, including volunteering with the state Appraiser Certification and Licensure Board’s Appraiser Review and Advisory Committee. Alan earned an M.B.A. and a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Oregon. His community involvements are mostly youth based, including 10 years as a volunteer classroom assistant in a local grade school, and coaching numerous youth sports teams. Alan’s free time is spent on the golf course, visiting grandkids, fishing, hunting, or watching University of Oregon sports.
Blake joined the firm in 2014 as a State Certified Residential Appraiser. He is a native South Carolinian who has held license or certification in four different states since 1992: South Carolina, Missouri, Kansas, and now Oregon. Blake specializes in single family and small multi-family residential properties, rural properties and residential land, with appraisals purposed for mortgage lending, relocations and various legal matters including expert witness testimony.
Blake is a veteran of the United States Air Force and enjoys spending time with his wife and children. His hobbies include anything to do with the outdoors, taking care of his various animals, and generally immersing himself into the local culture.
Anna-Lena has been with Duncan & Brown since 2011 with 12 years of experience appraising in Central Oregon and Lane County, and she currently provides appraisal services in both areas. As a State Certified Residential Appraiser, Anna-Lena specializes in single family, 2-4 multi-family properties, and rural properties of all levels of complexity. She earned a law degree from Stockholm University School of Law. Her free time is spent enjoying the great outdoors, her kids, and taking care of all of her animals.
Clint C. Becraft, MAI
Clint Becraft has practiced real estate appraisal in both the private and public sectors since 1994. Clint’s career began in residential appraising in the private sector for over 5 years, which was followed by over 5 years of public service as a commercial and residential appraiser with the Lane County Department of Assessment and Taxation. Clint has been with Duncan & Brown since 2006 and has proficiency in appraising a wide variety of commercial, industrial and special purpose property types. Clint is also an MAI Member of the Appraisal Institute.
Leah Carter Callahan, MAI
Leah Carter Callahan has been a certified general appraiser with Duncan & Brown since 2006, and has held other positions at the firm since 2002. Her analytical nature, technical skills, and background in project management formed an ideal foundation for her work as an appraiser. She is proficient in appraising all types of real estate, and has assisted clients with appraisal services related to existing and proposed development, ownership transfers, divorce and estate settlements, tax issues, eminent domain and feasibility analysis. Leah holds the MAI membership designation of the Appraisal Institute and earned a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Oregon. At UO, she participated in the UO Investment Group as an equity analyst and was the first woman to serve as its Director of Operations. Outside of her work, Leah enjoys several creative hobbies and engaging with groups that advance human rights. Most recently, she co-founded an attachment parenting support group for Lane County families.
Thomas S. Morgan
Tom Morgan has over 30 years experience in all areas of residential and commercial real estate valuation. For the past several years, he has focused primarily on Conservation Easement valuation and larger agricultural and timber properties, working closely with local and national land trusts as well as foresters and other rural land professionals. This work has led to valuation assignments for IRS qualified appraisals where donations of conservation easements are involved.
Zoe York, MAI
Zoe York has worked with Duncan & Brown since 2005. Starting out as an intern in high school, she began working full time as an appraiser assistant in 2008 after graduating from the University of Oregon with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics. She now holds the MAI membership designation of the Appraisal Institute. She has experience with a wide variety of property types but specializes in appraisals involving development land, subdivisions, apartments and special purpose properties. Having lived in Eugene most of her life, Zoe is very involved in the community, serving as the Secretary on the board for Sponsors and President for the Zonta Club of Eugene-Springfield. Zoe has also participated in the Active 20-30 Club, BNI, Business Networking International, and other local organizations. Zoe is also the current newsletter editor for the Greater Oregon Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. Outside of the office, Zoe enjoys swimming with the Aquaducks Masters Swim Team and participating in a variety of other sports including weight lifting, skiing, triathlons and yoga.
Robert A. McLauchlin began a new career with Duncan & Brown in 2014. He is actively and avidly obtaining the professional expertise requisite to Duncan & Brown. Robert holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Oklahoma and a Master's degree from the University of Oregon. In his free time, he enjoys learning languages, practicing a variety of sports and spending time with his wife and three children.