Amy Gibbs - North Texas Guru
- NameAmy Gibbs
- DesignationGRI - Graduate REALTOR® Institute, GRI - Graduate REALTOR® Institute, CBS - Certified Buyer Specialist, CBS - Certified Buyer Specialist, CNHS - Certified New Home Specialist, CNHS - Certified New Home Specialist
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Amy grew up in Michigan but left at 18 to join the Navy. Her Dad was a police officer and instilled a sense of community service at a young age. After her years of military service, she relocated to CO where she spent 5 years in the corporate tech industry, negotiating multi-million contracts, followed by 16 years building a successful cleaning business that was eventually sold. Finally, she was able to relocate to North Texas and be united with her extended family! She married her best friend in 2000 and is a solid example of fun-loving, passion filled partnership to their 4 children. She and her husband have been remodeling homes and investing in real estate for over 20 years as a business partnership. Her role in this venture is project management, design, and accounting. She got her Real Estate license in January of 2019 and has already built a solid referral network and has helped dozens of families find their dream home. Having been a home-schooling and corporate Mom for 16 years, she has mastered time management and attention to details. She has a very strong background in education, accounting, and creative communication which is helpful when it comes to first time buyers and negotiating transactions. She has coached her clients not only in home selection based on cosmetics, but more importantly the quality of construction and costs involved in any updates. She has helped buyers from several countries find their perfect house for a multi-generational home. Amy serves all of North Texas including Collin, Grayson and Fannin County. She is well versed in homes ranging from townhomes to farm and ranch. Amy enjoys spending time with her family on the boat, at the soccer field watching her son, and hanging out at the barn watching her daughter compete at showjumping her horse. She firmly believes that home ownership is the best reflection of the American Dream and believes that through goal setting and education, it is achievable for all who pursue it.