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Pamela Williams, Broker




About Pamela Williams, Broker

As a Waynesville native Pamela Williams is passionate about her Western North Carolina heritage. She grew up working in her grandmother's real estate brokerage where she developed her passion for real estate early in life.

Pamela attended The University Tennessee, Knoxville where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications/Public Relations. After graduating college she went to work for a large privately held real estate firm. At first she specialized in marketing apartment properties but rapidly advanced to Regional Vice President of Operations where she was closely involved in multi-million dollar real estate transactions.

For owners looking to sell their property quickly and for top dollar, Pamela has a special knack for making your property stand out amongst the crowd. Property owners have many times accomplished a greater return than they originally anticipated by working with Pamela and taking advantage of her strategic marketing approach.

Pamela is equally passionate about serving her buyer clients. She is versed in the first time home buyer process and inventory, vacation home buyer needs, as well as luxury properties. She is happy to serve all buyer clients with the utmost professionalism and diligence regardless of budget.

Pamela lives in Waynesville with her husband Brad and her three sons. She is an active member of White Oak Baptist Church. Her family enjoys traveling, camping, hunting, playing sports of all kinds, raising farm animals and spending time at the lake.


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