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6968 S. Kenwood Drive , North Charleston - SC 29406
Office: 1-843-509-5200

About Pam Furst

Originally from the Ballentine/Irmo area, I earned my real estate license after working as paralegal and office manager for years, all while being a single mom. Within a couple of months of getting my license, I won multiple rewards as a top producer and top seller for Coldwell Banker. I attribute a lot of that to the excellent education they provided. I continued to work with Coldwell Banker for several years before teaming up with Jerry Fowler at Re/Max. We made a great team and called ourselves the Results Team. Jerry had a radio show on Sundays, on which I was a guest/co host each week, to talk about my experiences with For Sale By Owners.

When I decided to move to Charleston, I went back to school and earned my real estate broker's license. Not knowing a soul in Charleston , I opened my own real estate company. I knew that I would be good at training and managing OTHER agents so that is what I did. Over time, I decided that I knew the area well enough to work on my own, with no other agents. I enjoyed my time as broker in charge but when my youngest child graduated from High School and moved to Maine, I decided to try a totally different career path.

During my break in real estate, I worked at a Nursing Home where I met my current husband. Once he retired, we decided to open up our own In-Home Family Daycare. We had this business for a few years before I decided it was time to reignite my real estate career. My real estate license was active throughout the years, still with my company Southern Traditions and I had continued my ongoing real estate education. After interviewing with a few Real Estate companies, I chose to go with Coldwell Banker, just like I did when I first got my sales license.

In June of 2019, I opened a new company ON THE MARKET PROPERTIES OF CHARLESTON LLC.....................new company but over 30 years experience. Between January and June of 2019, I took over 60 hours of continuing education, in order to serve my clients better. I took over 60 hours of continuing education, in order to serve my clients better. I will continue to participate in every class that I possibly can because the ONE thing I DO know is that NOBODY knows everything. You can trust that if you have a question that I don’t know the answer to, I will find the answer for you. You can trust in my experience and integrity.

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