With over twenty-five years experience in the new construction real estate industry, Amy has remained focused on educating herself on the details of a home from the design elements through the construction process allowing her to offer her clients a unique perspective whether they are buying or selling a home. When buying a home, there are questions beyond the details that make the home beautiful.  Her dedication to her customers allows her to help them find the right home for their family beyond the number of bedrooms and baths. Whether they are looking to purchase a home or market their existing home, her customers know that their goals become her goals.

In the more than thirty-five years since Amy Nease relocated to Florida from the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, she has acquired a solid background in management, sales, and marketing in the retail industry. Amy worked her way through college at the University of South Florida where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Business.  Since 1997, Amy has worked successfully in the new home construction industry specializing in the luxury custom home market. This includes sixteen years at Mediterra, a prestigious private golf course community in Naples as well as Bonita Bay, The Brooks and West Bay Club. The strong Midwestern work ethic with which she was raised, and her commitment to providing exceptional customer service, is evident in her more than $250 million in closed sales.

Along with receiving the GRI designation as a graduate of the REALTOR® Institute, Amy has earned the CLHMS designation from the Institute of Luxury Home Marketing, recognized as the mark of accomplishment in luxury markets around the world. Amy has developed the skills important to identify the needs of her clients and present them with the best possible solutions. Knowledge of the marketplace and the ability to communicate all the details to clients, coupled with her ability to put her clients at ease, are a few of her outstanding skills that she uses to help her clients achieve their real estate goals.