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Whidbey View Homes joins Windermere Real Estate

After 10 successful years as the owner and designated broker of Whidbey View Homes, which specializes in waterfront and view properties, Pamela Z. Hill has moved her business to Windermere Real Estate in Coupeville.

“I have been in real estate since the early 1990s and started Whidbey View Homes in 2003,” said Hill. “I’m excited to join the Windermere Coupeville office and believe strongly that Windermere’s well-respected brand is a great fit for me because of their dedication to the community and commitment to excellent client service.”

She will be involved with Windermere’s Premier Properties program, which addresses the needs of luxury market clientele.

Hill said she now has the best of both worlds, providing “superior boutique customer service combined with a well-recognized brand name,” under which she can continue to operate her Whidbey View Homes business.

Hill’s website, whidbeyviewhomes.com, and contact information will remain the same.

Whidbey Island Bank  promotes longtime staffer  to loan officer

Whidbey Island Bank promoted Mary Corella to real estate loan officer at the bank’s Bayshore office in Oak Harbor. Corella brings more than 15 years of experience banking on Whidbey Island.

She will be responsible for residential, custom construction and land/building site loans in the northern region of the island.

Corella has worked at Whidbey Island Bank in special credits, cash management customer support, electronic banking control and, most recently, as a real estate loan processor.

She graduated from Oak Harbor High School and enjoys being with her family, music, gardening and landscape design.

Whidbey Island Bank is a full-service bank, serving local Northwest communities in 31 locations across Island, San Juan, Skagit, Whatcom, King and Snohomish counties.

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