Amie Clark

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Amie Clark - Cutler Real Estate Agent

Specialties

Residential

Interests

Family, Sports Enthusiast

Biography

Cutler Real Estate asked Amie a few questions so you can get to know her better, and here are Amie's replies.

1. What is your professional/educational background?

I worked in the banking and mortgage industry for several years before staying home with my children for 10 years.

2. Why did you choose a career in real estate?

I have a passion for people and love getting to know others. This business allows me to not only help others find and purchase their first home, second, or dream home but allows me the opportunity to build relationships with them that go beyond the home buying process.

3. What area do you live in currently and what do you like about where you live?

I live in Hilliard and have been living here for 26 years! I also coach at my former high school, Hilliard Darby, and at a local cheer gym right down the street from me.

4. How do you spend your free time?

Spending time with my kids, family and friends!

5. If you could only keep 5 possessions what would they be?

My phone - mainly because of all the pictures I have on it! My photo albums of my kids.

6. In one word, how do you think your friends/family would describe you?

Fun!

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Pullman

Pullman is full of historic and architecturally significant buildings, among them are the Hotel Florence, the Arcade Building which was destroyed in the 1920s, the Clock Tower and Factory, the complex surrounding Market Square and Greenstone Church. Pullman is also home to one of Chicago's many beautiful 'Polish Cathedrals', the former church of St. Salomea, which is now used by Salem Baptist Church of Chicago. Pullman was one of seven sites that were nominated for the Illinois Seven Wonders sites in a contest sponsored by the Illinois...

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Cherry Creek

Denver’s premier shopping enclave for several decades, Cherry Creek is the place to live, work, shop, and play. This tiny neighborhood, once known as Harmon, for George Harmon who owned the 320-acre farm that originally occupied the site, offers the ultimate urban lifestyle in a lovely central location where quiet, tree-shaded streets, pocket parks, and trails beckon you to walk, jog, or bike, and nearby thoroughfares whisk you to all points of the metro area in mere minutes. Among the neighborhood’s nearly unlimited...

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