Award-winning realtor, dedicated business woman and passionate community leader, Pam Ingram brings more than 30 years of insider knowledge of the Santa Clarita Valley directly to her clients, helping them to find both the home and community of their dreams. Known for her personal touch, Pam provides much more than a drive around town to look at houses for sale. Her rich knowledge is generously shared, giving her clients insider knowledge of commerce, land development, schools, and culture as well.
Indeed, it is Pam’s unique commitment to each and every one of her clients, combined with an amazing depth of experience and insight as an active leader in the Santa Clarita Valley that ends up transforming satisfied clients into lifelong friends.
Pam is one of the top realtors working at RE/MAX of Santa Clarita, is a member of the RE/MAX Hall of Fame and recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award. “Clients for a Lifetime” serves as her motto and she is proud of the fact that 90% of their business is return or referred clients.
A dedicated mother and grandmother, Pam was married in 1972 and first moved to Santa Clarita Valley in 1974. She has one son, Christopher, born in 1976, and married to Elise. She has 4 grandchildren Taylor, Zachary, Ella and Abbey. She knows the quality of this community for raising families.
Pam is seen at most charitable events in the community and tries to participate whenever possible. Participating in local charities and civic associations and organizations such as Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Light the Night, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley, Carousel Ranch, Helmers Elementary School Parents Association, Old Orchard PTSA, the Special Olympics and the Senior Center.
Pam has served on the Board of Directors of the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce for 7 years, during that time serving as VP of Events, Co-Chair of Membership and Chairman of the Board. She is a member of Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley, Co-Chair of the Harvest Ride for the Child and Family Center, the Board of Directors for the Betty Ferguson Foundation, Sponsorship Chair for the Women’s Conference held at College of the Canyons in 2006 and worked on the Homeless Shelter Project spearheaded by Supervisor Michael Antonovich.
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