Amy lives in East Dallas in a neighborhood full of 100+ year-old houses with Texas-sized front porches and mature trees cascading over winding streets. Not a fan of the “cookie-cutter” neighborhoods, she loves the diversity of the styles, the character…and the stories behind the walls in these architecturally and historically-significant homes. She even loves the grittiness of some of the transitional neighborhoods here. She is a proud Mom of two (adult) children, Natalia and Damion (both of whom are in college). They will all tell you of their Lhasa Apso named “Chloe” who rules the household with her cuteness.
Amy grew up in the small town of Farmersville, TX, which has a lot of interesting history itself. A few of the companies (some still in their original buildings) date back to the 1800’s. The occupants here are very loyal to their town…and to each other.
In her free time, Amy enjoys working out, attempting new recipe creations, painting (everything from canvas to furniture ((even fabric!)) to walls), interior design and renovation. Recently, Amy developed a new appreciation for Ariel artists / acrobatics after attempting Silks and also fell in love with Pilates last year. Occasionally (though not as often as she would like) she gets to participate in a neighborhood outreach project or charitable cause. Though TV typically does not hold her attention, she just binge-watched the legal thriller, “How to Get Away with Murder”.
Amy has had the opportunity to work for large and small, boutique brokerages alike over the course of her career. To keep her days interesting, Amy doesn’t like to focus on just one area; this is what sets her apart: She can tell you a little to a lot about a lot of different areas and has sold homes all over North Texas.