Amy de Saint-Seine

Amy de Saint-Seine

Luxury Real Estate Advisor
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Residential, Luxury Real Estate

Languages: English, French


Vanderbilt University -
Bachelor of Arts


Treasurer -
APEL, Blanche de Castille Elementary School

About Amy
A contract finance specialist with extensive project management experience, Amy Nance de Saint-Seine is uniquely qualified to advise clients on luxury real estate in Miami. She is a native who is very knowledgeable about Miami waterfront properties, having grown up in Gables by the Sea.

Amy attended Miami Palmetto High School and earned a BA from Vanderbilt University in Economics & Spanish. Her first professional experience took her to Wall Street where she specialized as a deal manager in Mortgaged-Backed securities at Merrill Lynch Capital Markets. In this position, she acquired and expanded her knowledge of contract finance and residential jumbo mortgage loans. After New York, she realized her dream of living in Paris.

Having lived several decades in Europe, including France, Belgium and Spain, Amy is a truly multi-cultural Miamian. Her sense of diplomacy comes from her years of experience working for specialized agencies of the United Nations. Amy has a deep appreciation for different cultures and is especially attuned to the challenges of those relocating to a new city and culture. For her clients, she is able to leverage the mix of her local Miami network with her ever-expanding international contacts. Additionally, Amy is fluent in French and proficient in Spanish.

When her children left home for college, Amy decided to return to her hometown of Miami and join real estate experts on The Audrey Ross Team at Compass. It is a unique team where uncompromising, high touch client service meets high technology.

What sets Amy apart is her professional demeanor, her ability to understand a client’s objectives and to drive a deal. In her free time, you can find her sailing, playing golf, giving back to the community and enjoying college football: despite having lived abroad, she has attended the Orange Bowl game most years – a family tradition since the 1970’s.