Amy has been a recipient of top real estate awards since becoming a realtor. In year one, Amy earned BHHS Pasadena’s first ever “Rookie of the Year” award. In each year following, Amy’s awards gained in prestige and, most recently, Amy was recognized along with her team with the Chairman’s award for being among the top 1% in her field.
My “why” became solidified when my daughter, Avery, was born years seven ago. She inspires me to be my best self: to role model the endless possibilities this life can afford; to show her that hard work yields positive results; and to overcome obstacles with persistence and grace. Avery has also given me the ability to personally relate to the families I represent. I understand what it means to want the best for my family and because of that I will serve you to pursue the best for yours.
My most rewarding experience to date has been earning the opportunity to represent a family home that was a century old inheritance. For four years I learned so much about the family history as I served as a consultant for the many questions that surfaced in every option considered. Ultimately, they decided to list. In looking at the home that was hardly lived in for decades, one might be intimidated by its need for major renovation. But, for me, in getting to know the family I began to imagine the large gatherings in the living and dining rooms. The walls and spaces became the backdrop for the stories I had heard of the generations in the family and I envisioned what it could be to a new family. I was incredibly humbled to have been entrusted with the family’s fondest memories and the sale was rewarding, newsworthy (we were on the evening news and featured in Curbed LA), and highly profitable for the family.
What is it about real estate? I feel as though I found my calling. While in search of my career, I spent time in home improvement in a variety of roles. So, I have a unique appreciation for so many aspects of architecture, design and the possibilities and expenses associated with improvement. Ultimately, I am proud of my career and my role in the lives of those I serve.
Love to do? I love spending time reading with my daughter, Avery. Through silly little stories I get a glimpse at her view of the world, her curiosity and precious imagination.
My Personal mantra: Each and everyday someone, somewhere in my city needs my services.