Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent
The University of Texas at Austin:
Elementary and Secondary Education
Actively involved in KLRU, Power for Parkinson’s, the National MS Society and Susan G. Komen Austin.
Amy made her home in Austin two years after attending the University of Texas. She and her husband raised their three children in the Great Hills and Northwest Hills subdivisions before moving downtown, once they became “empty nesters.” The entire family “bleeds burnt orange” — all three kids (maybe a bit brainwashed) decided that the UT Longhorn was their college mascot of choice!
Amy relishes in the many amazing facets of living in Austin – which, of course, includes the world-renowned food scene. She’s a “foodie” and loves to share her knowledge of the latest and greatest restaurants, as well as the hidden gems. Her husband, Adam, loves to cook, and together they enjoy sharing their appreciation for the culinary experience with family and friends. In addition to entertaining, they enjoy seeking out and listening to live music. Passionate about maintaining a healthy lifestyle, Amy covets a variety of workout classes downtown, the hike & bike trail at Lady Bird Lake and simply indulging in all that this incredible city has to offer!
Amy combines her strong work ethic, enthusiastic attitude and sound knowledge of the Austin real estate market with her extensive experience in the new home construction industry. She assists with interior and exterior design, marketing, and project management. Her creativity, attention to detail and passion for the real estate and building industry inspire her to continue to learn and grow as a professional. Whether her client desires to buy, sell or build, she is dedicated to making the process as easy and smooth as possible, paying close attention to the specific needs and wants of each individual or family.
Amy and her family are committed to making a positive difference in the lives and well being of others by staying actively involved in a wide variety of philanthropies and organizations such as KLRU, Power for Parkinson’s, the National MS Society and Susan G. Komen Austin.