After 35 years of living away from Pittsburgh, Amy returned to live the country life in Stahlstown with her husband, Frank, whose family hails from Johnstown. Amy grew up in Edgewood, just outside of Pittsburgh, and decided to buy a vacation home in the Laurel Highlands and immediately said "yes" when Frank suggested they move here permanently from Rockville, MD. Fortunately, their youngest daughter chose the University of Pittsburgh where she is a senior. Their other two daughters live back in the D.C. metropolitan area but visit Amy and Frank as often as they can. They took instantaneously to country life on 9 acres and currently have a horse, 2 dogs, 4 cats and 10 chickens. Any buyers and sellers of Amy's will be guaranteed a dozen of fresh eggs at settlement (and many times during the purchase process!). Although Amy enjoyed a 27 year career as a lobbyist in Washington, DC, (she considers this another type of sales), she originally started out in Real Estate back in 1983. She states, "It's very different but very much the same" reflecting on her experience back in the 80's and now in the 21st Century with all the advancements in IT. But, customer satisfaction and communication are still the key to being a good real estate professional!
Give Amy a call with your real estate needs and you're bound to make a new friend, 724-317-6403!
Contrary to media reports, home values in Pittsburgh are steady - far above the national average. In fact, locally our average sales price has increased over last year. If your are thinking of selling your home there is really no better time and no better place than Western Pennsylvania.
We would be happy to show you what your home is worth in today's market.