Windermere Professional Partners
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Since 2016
  • The Multicultural Child and Family Hope Center

Amy Flippo, having entered her 4th year with Windermere Professional Partners, has brought with her an approach to the real estate industry that can only be described by her clients as “infectious positivity”. Considering the emotional and sometimes stressful nature of finding and purchasing the right home, having a professional guide like Amy not only ensures that those pragmatic steps move smoothly, but serves to remind her clients that the purchase of a new home can, and should be, an exciting and fun experience.

Prior to her career in real estate, Amy spent ten years in Sacramento California as she and her husband, having completed 4 years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps, had begun a career in law enforcement with the California Highway Patrol. The first of three daughters was born, and raising a family, coupled with holding management positions within retail, restaurant, and event coordination, became her focus.

In 2015, Amy took that experience and began her career in the greater Tacoma Real Estate market. Armed with the belief that becoming actively ingrained and educated about the market she lives in, beyond just what it can offer from a real estate perspective, drives her to be involved in the community through a multitude of volunteer and fund-raising organizations. Having served as a chair on the PTA, coupled with actively volunteering and donating to a Tacoma-based homeless shelter, has given her the opportunity to truly ‘know’ her community. Currently managing the logistics of a fundraising event for the Multi-Culture Child and Family Hope Center has only furthered that resolve.

No longer a rookie in the real estate space, Amy brings with her a unique blend of "get your hands dirty" proactivity and know-how that can only translate directly into a successful real estate experience for her clients. References available upon request.

Q: Being active in your community is clearly an important part of who you are. How do you think that translates into making you a better real estate professional?

A: To me, being in this profession is about more than just selling houses. It's about truly understanding why someone should chose to plant their roots here, raise a family here, and become part of this amazing corner of the country. Being involved in the community helps me to hopefully answer those questions for my clients.

customer ratings
satisfaction 94%
recommend 98%
performance 100%
Amy is the absolute BEST! My purchase would have never happened if wasn't for her expertise and effort. We had to work with a tough seller/listing agent combo that made the transaction difficult. Amy has the ability to talk to and work with anyone. She is relatable, kind and shows...
This was our second purchase using Amy as our agent! She was everything we would want in a professional person! Our purchase was done promptly and without issues!
Amy was GREAT. Is a professional and knows the local market.
We were searching over quite a wide area for our new home -- Amy searched from Port Townsend to the Key Peninsula to find the perfect place for us. She helped us keep track of all our options and kept us posted on their status as we hunted. When we...
Amy had her work cut out for her! We first started communicating with Amy while we were still on the East coast. She was very helpful and understanding and provided us with several prospective homes before arriving in Gig Harbor. The real estate market was extremely volatile unlike anything we'd...
She was very patient with us during our search for the "perfect" home. We bought a place we saw on our first day out with her, although It took us a couple more months and another 20 visits to other properties before we couldn't resist it any longer. We would...
Amy Flippo always made herself available and went above and beyond every time we asked, she was very knowledgeable of the Gig Harbor area and a tremendous asset. She updated Becky daily of the newest homes that became available. In many cases she would go look at them before hand...

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