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Darci Gillespie & Whitney Pauley

Darci Gillespie | REALTOR® + Broker | Windermere Real Estate Co. 

darcigillespie.com | darci@windermere.com | 206.402.1187

Darci is a Pacific Northwest Native and University of Washington graduate who is grateful to live in a place that nourishes her love for the outdoors. As a former CPA turned temporary ski bum, Darci discovered her passion for real estate in 2004 and has been helping homebuyers and sellers ever since. As a top producing real estate broker, Darci is dedicated to her craft and her clients. She is grateful to be able to give back to her community via the Windermere Foundation which supports low-income and homeless families in the region. Darci was elected to the local REALTOR® Board and served six years as a Director for the Seattle-King County Association of REALTORS®,  and currently serves as a Director for Washington REALTORS®. Darci loves helping her clients reach their real estate goals, but most of all she enjoys the relationships that evolve from it.

 

Whitney Pauley | Mortgage Lender | Caliber Home Loans

whitneypauley.com | whitney.pauley@caliberhomeloans.com | 206.406.8430

Whitney was born and raised in Montana, moving to Seattle upon graduation from Gonzaga University. After realizing that retail buying wasn’t for her, she found interest in residential lending. The industry paired well with her degree in finance and long family banking history. Whitney has a passion for educating homebuyers and prides herself on the positive impact she has on the industry. In addition to being a Washington State Housing Finance Commission Home Buying Instructor she is also a Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist. A few of her favorite charitable organizations in which she donates time and resources include Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank and Eastside Baby Corner. Whitney and her husband spend most of their free time with their two children. While the loan process can be a bit stressful, Whitney loves navigating clients seamlessly through the process and congratulating them at the end.

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