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Amy’s interest in real estate was ignited back when she was working hard as a teacher and, not uncommonly, searching for supplemental income. Enter real estate! During the summer months, she would trade in her red pen and school clothes for a hammer and tool belt with a goal to renovate and sell homes. She learned a lot about real estate along the way and, after completing several of those summer projects, she realized she not only had a knack for real estate, she was passionate about it, too. Fortunately, real estate was also an ideal way for her to combine her desire to educate, build relationships and put her solid negotiating skills to work… and for 13 years, she’s been doing just that.
As a native Oregonian who’s lived all around the Portland metro area, Amy has had plenty of time to uncover what makes each of our unique neighborhoods shine. She’s always excited for the opportunity to assist others in finding the perfect one to match their way of life, personality and needs.
Having lived in a downtown Portland condo for the last nine years, Amy truly gets both the benefits and challenges condo life in a city can bring, helping her relate to both current condo dwellers and those exploring the option. Experience has taught her that buying and selling condos requires extra attention to detail, which happens to be a specialty of hers!
Amy is all about soaking up everything our corner of the majestic Pacific Northwest offers, from adventures in nature to its fabulous cuisine. She’s often found attending Timbers and Thorns soccer matches, volunteering for The Pongo Fund (Oregon’s pet food bank), mountain biking in Forest Park, and fixing up a 1920 bungalow with her partner in both life and home-improvement, George.
• Certified Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES)
• Goose Hollow Foothills League member
• HOA Board member
• Pearl District Business Association representative
• Manager at The Pongo Fund www.thepongofund.org
• Bachelor of Arts in Education from Linfield College
• Masters of Science in Education from Western Oregon University