Amy Phillips rarely finds herself with free time, and that’s just the way she likes it. It’s the type of jam-packed schedule that Phillips’ thrives on.
“I like a challenge,” Phillips says. “I’m rarely in the office. I prefer being in the field.”
Her background in real estate is a perfect example.
After initiating her real estate career in the late 1980s, she quickly moved into the position of vice-president for a developer in Gwinnett County – a role in which she facilitated for 20 years in the commercial real estate business.
“I procured tenants for leasing. I worked with design and construction of new buildings. I took bids and negotiated with contractors. I managed properties…I handled every aspect,” Phillips said. “I was the only agent, and I did it all. It was a great learning experience.”
Now, Phillips combines that knowledge with her electric pace to meet challenges for her clients throughout North Georgia.
“My strengths are finding what my clients need and then negotiating the transaction,” Phillips said. “I’ll search until I find my clients the perfect property to buy or lease.”
A lifelong resident of Gwinnett & Hall County, she has a vast knowledge of the area, but also travels for her clients.
Her husband of 25 years and daughter are very important to her, as well as the Kiwanis Club of North Gwinnett- of which she is a past president. She is also an active member of Gainesville First United Methodist Church, as well as having served on numerous boards and clubs throughout the Gwinnett/Hall County community.
“I work well under pressure. I set goals, and I accomplish them,” Phillips said.
Phillips looks forward to working with you.