Welcome to my website, Paula Nabb
Persistence, patience & hard work always pays off, that is my motto and work ethic that I live by!
As your professional real estate agent, I will listen to your needs and expectations. Selling or buying can be a very stressful time in your life. I like to help busy people with busy lives, reach their dreams seamlessly. We will work together as a group effort (partnership)all the way to closing. I'm here whether it is buying or selling no matter what price range to exceed your expectations!
My enthusiasm & love of sports, long distance biking, running, a total outdoor enthusiast carries over and is translated into my work ethic so
"We Can Finish Big Together!"
Paula Nabb, Licensed in Illinois & Iowa
I take great pride in providing the best in customer service through hard work, a high level of product knowledge, integrity, and constant communication. In my twenty-five years of experience I have developed a strong knowledge of every field in the real estate profession which includes but not limited to new construction, land and lots, town-homes, condo's and residential living. I have maintained my buisiness through the years and in 2016 I am proud to say I achieved the Honor of being recognized as one of the Top Ten agents in Mel Foster Co.
Professional Real Estate Associations
Member, National Association of REALTORS
Member, Iowa Association of REALTORS
Member, Illinois Association of REALTORS
Member, Quad City Area Association of Realtors
Other Professional Affiliations
Quad City Chamber of Commerce
Member, Quad City Area Multiple Listing Services
Member, Home Builders Association
Awards and Achievements
Top Ten Agent for Mel Foster Co. - Volume 2016
Top Ten Agent for Mel Foster Co. - Transactions 2016
Chairman's Club from 2003 to 2016
Top Agent for Mel Foster Co. Moline office: 2009,2010, & 2012.2013,2014, 2015 & 2016
$10.6 Million Closed Sales in 2016
Brookfield Certified for John Deere Relocation
Weichert & Sirva Relocation Certified
I am involved several times through out the year in feeding the hungry for "St. Joseph Evening Meal."