After more than two decades compiling nearly every accolade available to a Spokane County Realtor, perhaps it’s no surprise that a recent client had trouble placing Pam Fredrick’s service on a scale of 1 to 10.
“She’s the very best,” Neil Cook said. “I’d give her an 11.”
Sterling client testimonials are just another honor on top of a long list of achievements. In 24 years as a real estate broker and residential marketing specialist with John L. Scott, Fredrick is:
- Currently the No. 1 listing and selling agent in Liberty Lake and Spokane Valley
- The recipient of the “Realtor Excellence Award” for the past 20 years
- Designated with John L. Scott as “Top 1 Percent” and “Presidential Elite” for 17 consecutive years
- Ranked in the top 5 for residential sales volume for all of Spokane County
If that weren’t enough, the Spokane Association of Realtors awarded Fredrick with exclusive membership in the Residential Top 10 for the years 1998 to 2019.
Rather than resting on past achievements, Fredrick is driven to keep the focus on her clients and uphold her high standards and professional ethics. Even more than the professional awards, she knows that commitment is what clients will notice.
“My experience with Pam Fredrick went clearly above and beyond,” client Jacque Brainard said. “I have purchased many homes in my life. This was the most attentive Realtor I have met.”
Even though Fredrick leads the Spokane region in the sale of luxury homes, clients are consistently struck by how she gives the same high quality, personal service to transactions of all sizes.
“Pam did an exemplary job of marketing and selling our home,” said clients Laurie and Eric Peterson. “The service we received was so prompt and personal it often felt as if we were Pam’s only clients.”
It’s this type of service that has led to the level of referral and repeat business that can only be earned.
“We will never buy a home or sell one without her,” Cook said. “Her attention to detail from start to finish is incredible. We are so thankful to have her as our forever agent.”
NOTE: A version of this article first appeared in the 2020 Liberty Lake Yearbook.