Bill Panici.(FRIDAY HOME GUIDE)(REALTOR PROFILE)

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Bill Panici.(FRIDAY HOME GUIDE)(REALTOR PROFILE)


Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Company: Weichert Realtors

Address: 5034 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016-4125

Phone: 202/326-1300

Fax: 202/362-1651

E-mail address: BillPanici@aol.com

Web site: www.realtor.com/washingtondc/ billpanici

Year started: 1985

How did you get started in real estate? As a part-timer in 1985 to supplement my meager income as a university professor

How long have you been with the current company? Since 1995

Licenses: Real estate sales in Maryland, Virginia and the District

Associations and designations: Graduate, Realtors Institute; Washington D.C. Association of Realtors; Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors

Awards: Top-producer and achievement awards from the above Realtor associations

Greatest accomplishment in the past 12 months: Succeeded in personally raising more than $4,500 to have a professional arborist treat the American elm trees along the 3100 and 3200 blocks of Adams Mill Road NW with a fungicide to prevent Dutch elm disease. This has been a three-year effort to preserve the elms, which are more than 75 years old.

Highest priced home sold: $770,000

Most memorable house: A custom-built home on 16th Street NW, from the early 1900s.

Worst experience in a transaction: There are two. For a condo in Dupont Circle, the listing agent misrepresented information about the property, which led to a series of problems. …

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