Amy Featured in LR Women's Magazine
December 7, 2020
Can you share with us what made you decide to have a career in Real Estate?
AGB: Honestly, I had spent 20+ years in marketing and public relations and real-ized the best years of my career had been when I had owned my own marketing firm and worked for myself. I love being able to set my own hours. However, I was burned out on marketing and PR. My last “job” was for the Arkansas Realtors Association and I knew I would love and be successful at real estate, so I stopped speaking for Realtors and became one. My Mom, Judy Glover, always said I would be a great REALTOR® and she was so very right.
Q: How long have you been in Real Estate?
AGB: 10 Years.
Q: Can you share with our audience what Buyers & Sellers can expect when they work with you?
AGB: I am a fierce and loyal negotiator and a great communicator. They can ex-pect that I will bend over backwards to de-liver the best service for them, keep them up to date on the progress of the transac-tion and get them the best price possible. My husband and I have also flipped a lot of houses, renovated homes, so I bring that experience to the table for my inves-tor clients. I have also lived in Little Rock my entire life … I know Little Rock.
Q: What are two things that sepa-rate you from other agents?AGB: I am a full-time agent and I bring more than 30 years marketing experience to every listing. I use a little old school (like mailing out postcards) and a little new school (like online marketing) in ev-erything I do.
Q: If we interviewed all your clients … what is “one” common word that comes up when they describe work-ing with you?
AGB: Fun. It’s what makes me love get-ting up and helping folks find a place called home. Don’t get me wrong, every day and every transaction isn’t a barrel of fun, but I think it is important that none of us take ourselves or the ups and downs of the experience too hard. It’s important to laugh and enjoy the ride.