Pam's Motto "SELLING HOUSTON....ONE YARD AT A TIME" exemplifies her dedication to giving each client the personal attention that they have come to expect and deserve, over the last 25 years.
Those who know and have worked with Pam agree that she is "Patience Personified". Her clients and her peers hold her in high regard for her ethics, determination and calm demeanor when "working" a deal. Whether clients are buyers or sellers, they receive the advantage of her years of experience and training and her knowledge of the Houston Real Estate market. She sees it as an "awesome responsibility" to find someone a home where they could potentially raise their family and spend the rest of their lives.
Born in Australia, where she served 4 years in the Royal Australian Navy, Pam moved here in 1981 and became a "naturalized" Houstonian. She takes great pride and pleasure in promoting her adopted home town, showing newcomers the variety of lifestyles available, and helping them find the neighborhood and home just right for their needs. Her sellers value her great market knowledge, strong negotiation skills, and tech-savvy market promotion of her listings.
Pam is continually honing her skills, earning several National Professional designations available to Realtors. She treasures the support she receives from her husband of 42 years, and her assistant, Christy, who has been with her for 10 years. Both are licensed Realtors.
Her dedication to her work and her clients is replicated in her charitable and civic volunteer efforts. Pam is committed to enhancing the lives of her neighbors and clients through community service. She serves on the Board of the NAM Endowment Fund, the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts at Cypress Creek, and The Texas Repertory Theatre, as well as being a sustaining member of Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum, and is a Lifetime member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. She has taught the Bible to 3rd Graders at her church for 30 years, recently completing her own curriculum. At least once a month she serves as a National Memorial Lady at Houston's National Cemetery, paying tribute to our Veterans.
Pam's ultimate Goal in Life is to - "Honor God in all I do -with my life, my work, my relationships."