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About Pamela Wye

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Real Estate Professional

Pam Wye is a native Washingtonian with real estate running through her blood. The daughter of a general contractor, Pam returned to DC after a few years at a boutique hedge fund in Manhattan and brought her analytical skills with her when she became a real estate professional.

As a lifelong DC resident, Pam specializes in multiple neighborhoods including Capitol Hill, where she was born and raised; Logan Circle, where she proudly calls home; and, Chevy Chase. Pam offers her clients an insider’s perspective to each of these communities, as well as several other areas around the city.

Pam has achieved a high level of success in a short amount of time, and her clients say she packs a mean punch of expertise, market knowledge and exceptional service. In 2011, Pam was recognized by REALTORĀ® Magazine as one of the top “30 agents under 30” and was chosen to represent the group on the cover of the magazine. That same year she was chosen by GCAAR’s executive committee to be the Rookie of the Year, and voted one of Washington City Paper’s best real estate agents. A former endurance event coach during her free time, Pam also enjoys perusing the 14th Street furniture district and is a documentary film buff.

About Claudia Donovan

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Real Estate ProfessionalĀ 

Claudia has worked in residential real estate for more than 35 years. She takes pride in serving clients across all price ranges and in neighborhoods throughout the city and close-in Maryland suburbs. She is widely recognized as one of the city’s premier real estate professionals, holds several sales records, and constantly ranks in the area’s top tier of producers.

Claudia came to Washington as a college student and has never looked back. After finishing her undergraduate work, she studied drama as a graduate student at Catholic University. In the process, she adopted Washington as her new hometown.

Claudia is actively involved in making Washington a better place to live. She is an active supporter of Northwest Neighbors Village, a non-profit organization that helps upper Northwest residents remain independent in their own homes as they age. She has been involved in a variety of other community organizations and is an active supporter of the DC art scene. A native of Long Island, she brought her love of sailing south with her. In her spare time she can often be found with her family and friends in the waters off Annapolis and Onancock.

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