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CONTACT Rebecca Wampler
Pleased to be a part of the Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty family, Rebecca Wampler brings sincerity, professionalism and charisma to the business. Her innate ability to sense clients’ real estate needs and her enjoyment in helping others are just part of the reasons for her gift in forming genuine connections. Whether it be assisting buyers in finding the perfect home or sellers in marketing their home, Rebecca delivers the same with each one: a passionate commitment to achieving their real estate goals.
Recognized for her many achievements, Rebecca has earned the NJAR Distinguished Sales Club Graduate award and is a Lifetime Member in the Distinguished Sales Club of the New Jersey Association of REALTORS®. She also has an extensive background as a Senior Real Estate Specialist, Accredited Buyer Representative and training as a relocation specialist for Union, Somerset, Middlesex, Hudson, and Essex Counties. Active in the real estate industry, Rebecca serves as a member of the Professional Standards Committee for both the North Central Jersey Association of REALTORS® and the New Jersey REALTORS®
A native of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Rebecca received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queens College in Charlotte, North Carolina with majors in history and music.
Before entering real estate, she worked in management and sales in both the wholesale and retail clothing markets, as well as taught nursery school. For years, Rebecca has been an active volunteer in many school, community service and musical organizations. She helped found and was a Board member of the Concord (N.C.) Choral Arts Society and has been active in the Choral Arts Society of New Jersey, the Oratorio Singers, the Westfield Service League and the PEO Sisterhood.
Since 2001, Rebecca has been honored to be clown in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. She loves seeing joyful faces and bringing an extra smile to some of the millions of children and adults who line the New York City streets each year.
Before becoming a Westfield resident, Rebecca lived in Princeton, N.J., Edinburgh, Scotland, the suburbs of Washington, D.C., and Concord, N.C. She has traveled extensively throughout the world, and continues her interests in music, art, history, and all things involving grandchildren!
Rebecca’s three children attended the Westfield public schools. Her son Paul, is a computer specialist and webmaster, and her daughters, Anne and Mary, are attorneys.