- Studied Hotel & Restaurant Management at Oxnard College
- Making A Difference Foundation
- Fundraising for a nonprofit that helps Veterans
- local food bank Eloises Cooking Pot
- NW Furniture Bank
- Windermere's Annual Community Service Day
Amy Lowry’s goal is simple: to help you achieve YOUR goals! As a Top Producing Agent, Amy is ready and equipped with the knowledge she needs to fight for her clients’ best interests.
Amy began her career in Hotel & Restaurant Management and eventually moved into Food Service Sales, a field where she had the opportunity to really hone her negotiating skills. After helping her husband, a remodeling contractor, “flip” a few homes, it was official: Amy had caught the real estate bug! She brought her experience in sales to real estate and has never looked back.
Q: What can clients expect when working with you?
A: I am always closing real estate transactions, and my wide experience has given me a broad base of knowledge. I’ve become a REALTOR® that other REALTORS® look to for advice and guidance, and I help enable my clients to make the right decisions by offering my knowledge and insight to them each step of the way.
I see every client as being just as important as the next one. If you’re working with me, you will always get the time you need from me. I’m easy to contact— you won’t wait for hours to hear back from me. I’m open to all forms of communication, so what best suits my clients is how we will communicate!
Q: Tell us more about the kind of real estate you specialize in! What neighborhoods do you work in?
A: I work mostly in Pierce County, and I enjoy the diversity of the different cities. Puyallup has different style homes than Tacoma, and Gig Harbor has a different vibe altogether. It keeps my job interesting to work in different areas and with many different types of clients.
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