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About Pamela DuBois
Pamela has over 30 years of experience in the real estate profession. Before being a full-time REALTOR, Pamela worked in the mortgage business for five years. During that time, Pamela provided financial counseling and developed many close professional-client relationships. Pamela was first introduced to the real estate industry while working as a real estate processor for several real estate settlement attorneys. For 12 years, she was responsible for processing incoming real estate transactions and ensuring that all legal and administrative requirements were met before settlement/closing. Pamela is now taking her knowledge and expertise to help brand and promote REALTORS with an online presence.
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