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Nancy Duncan Real Estate Agent at Absolute Real Estate

Nancy Duncan

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Nancy is a top selling Portland agent - having sold over 72% more properties in Portland than the average agent.
Nancy has great Condo experience - having sold 67 more condos than the average agent.
Nancy is a SFH expert - working with over 72% more single family homes than the average Portland agent.

More about Nancy Duncan

Hi. My husband, David, and I have owned the Minit Mart in Washougal for the past 28 years. We have been in the business of working with the public and satisfying their needs in the Camas-Washougal community. What a great place this is to raise our two sons, Kelly and Cory! I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Portland State University in Health and Physical Education. As you can probably guess, I love all sports...skiing, cycling, soccer, horsebacking riding and my greatest love, tennis. I coached both tennis and soccer for ten years and was the referee coordinator for the C-W Soccer League. I have also been a tennis instructor at Vancouver Tennis Center, Green Meadows and Lake Shore Athletic Clubs. My husband and I were very active in the Washougal School programs while our children were attending and for 28 years I have taught classes through the Washougal River Community School. Professional organizations I belong to include the Realtor Multiple Listing Service, Clark County Ass
Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison

License Number

811000061

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  • Nancy helped me buy a home

      She was really a great person to work with, and was very quick to understand the things we were looking for in our new home. What made the experience more gratifying for us is that we were trying to do our research from out of state, so we needed to make each trip we took to Portland be as productive as possible.