Meeting people where they are, having a genuine interest in their needs and helping them get
there is what allows Amy to build the solid relationships that have made her a top producer in
Lake area sales for the past few years. Amy began her real estate career as an assistant for
Josh Ellis at Long Cove Development on Cedar Creek Lake. This exclusive Lake front
development, envisioned by developer Donald J. McNamara, has earned her extensive
knowledge regarding residential lot sales, new home construction, remodeling and resales.
Working with some of Dallas’s top builders, architects, and other professionals will ensure a
smooth process from start to finish.
Amy’s southern charm, communication and commitment to achieving outstanding results for her clients is evident when she says, “Relationships are more important than transactions. I believe my clients deserve more from the professional they decide to work with. I want to dedicate myself fully to what benefits my clients the most and strive to always go above and beyond to deliver a truly exceptional experience.”
At the core of Amy’s motivation is her genuine desire to deliver the best advice and outcome for each client’s needs. Its of great importance to her to have someone in your corner who has your best interest at heart. As a former teacher, she is passionate about bringing this same approach to real estate. When you work with Amy, she will guide you, advocate for you, negotiate outcomes in your favor and educate you with facts.
Amy grew up in Peachtree City, Georgia, but considers Texas her home. She has been a resident since 1999 and is actively involved with several Texas Education Foundations. After graduating with a degree in Business Administration, Amy found herself entering the corporate world working to open numerous restaurants around the country for Cracker Barrel. After doing this for more than 12 years, she decided to stay at home and raise her three beautiful children. Once her kids entered school, Amy became obsessed with how they were learning as well as what they were learning. She then decided to go back to school to pursue her Education degree. After graduating from Stephen F. Austin University, Amy went on to teach 3rd, 4th, and 7th grade. Although her decision to leave the teaching profession was not an easy one, she believes teaching is very similar to real estate. “All you have to do is begin with the end in mind, figure out what it will take to get there and exhaust all options to make it happen.”