Amy was raised as the fifth generation on a cattle ranch in northern California and has loved the outdoors all of her life. She is a lifelong equestrian, who started riding at the age of 3 and never outgrew her love of horses. She rides every chance she gets and currently has a Quarter Horse and a Haflinger. She attended California State University, Chico and graduated Magna Cum Laude. While at Chico, she met her husband, Ryan, Chico native, who is an avid bass fisherman and sportsman.
She started her real estate career shortly after graduating from California State University, Chico and has been a full time Realtor since 2002. Amy believes in making lifetime clients – offering the best service, working hard and putting her clients’ needs first, in keeping with the values she was raised with. She knows the importance of staying current with technology and continuing education, as real estate is an ever-changing field. Amy has served as the MLS Technology Chairperson, as well as on the MLS committee & Personnel Committee for Paradise Board of Realtors. She is a member of California Women for Agriculture, having served several times as the North Valley chapter President. In her remaining free time, Amy enjoys helping out on the family cattle ranch, water color painting, and hunting and fishing trips with her husband.
Amy believes in the solid values and rural lifestyle that are a part of the entire team at California Outdoor Properties. She is experienced in a variety of real estate sales including horse properties, land, homes, short sales and 1031 exchanges.
- Listing StatusSoldCharming mountain retreat! Sitting on over 41 acres of thinned forest land, the two year old home offers a serene setting & comforting lodge/cabin style feel, plus 180+ degree views without a neighbor in sight! Located at the top of Centerville Road, upper Magalia, in — Read more
- Listing StatusAvailableMostly level 40.36 +/- acres north of Chico, Butte County! End of the road privacy at this off-grid location with panoramic valley and foothill views! This is more rural living, with access road being gravel and the last 1/4 mile is dirt, but it's about — Read more