Developing Communities One Project at a Time

JENSEN Consulting & Development is headed by Don Jensen. Since 1996 Don has developed more than 3,000 lots and built over 500 homes in the Willamette Valley area.

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“My name goes on every home, it is very important everything is done right.” Don Jensen


In 1998 Don sat on the board of the City of Keizer’s Urban Renewal Area. That is when he saw the potential to help develop a 200+ acre mixed use development near I-5. Today the first 100 acres have been developed and the project is known as Keizer Station.

Don graduated from Corban University with a degree in Family Studies. He credits this training for helping him negotiate land projects with owners, local government agencies, and contractors to help make projects work.

Don’s strength is in developing partnerships. He has partnered with some of the best contractors and developers in Oregon.  He also started his own mortgage lending and real estate companies, which merged with Directors Mortgage and Legacy Real Estate in 2006.


Don Jensen has over 20 years of residential building and development experience. He has developed over 3,000 lots and built over 500 homes in Oregon communities, including Salem, Silverton, Keizer, Monmoth, Mill City and McMinnville.

Don Jensen worked with 27 landowners to assemble the Keizer Station project. The completed project features over 800,000 square feet of retail, complemented by industrial, office, hotel, and hospitality on over 200 acres. Coordination between developer, municipality, neighbors, and ODOT was critical to the success of the center, and all parties worked together to ensure the project One unique component of the project is the Civil War Train that references the local rivalry between the University of Oregon Ducks and the Oregon State Beavers.”

  • Power Plants, Oregon City & Keizer
  • Rock Quarry, Clackamas
  • Whitney Commercial Retail Development, Stayton
  • Landfill, Mountain Home — 1000 acres
  • Oak Creek Shopping Center, Albany
  • Mixed Use Development, Independence