Amy Phillips

It’s said that everything rises and falls on leadership. Keystone Partners Group couldn’t agree more and is very excited to introduce “On Point”, a series of interviews with today’s real estate thought leaders; those who are the tip of the spear in the launch and growth of world class real estate offices. Learn how proven leaders think as they partner with their associates to produce highly lucrative win-win relationships. Who you’re in business with matters, so tune in and get on point.
It’s said that everything rises and falls on leadership. Keystone Partners Group couldn’t agree more and is very excited to introduce “On Point”, a series of interviews with today’s real estate thought leaders; those who are the tip of the spear in the launch and growth of world class real estate offices. Learn how proven leaders think as they partner with their associates to produce highly lucrative win-win relationships. Who you’re in business with matters, so tune in and get on point.
 

Amy Phillips

Amy has spent her career developing close relationships with those she has come in contact with and much of her success can be attributed to this. She began her real estate career in 2003, where she gained extensive knowledge of all aspects of the real estate field, specializing in relationships between realtors and attorneys. She is incredibly passionate about the growth of herself and those around her. She has dedicated her time to coaching and consulting others so that they may become the best version of themselves. She has developed an exception work-life balance and seeks to help others achieve this same goal. Amy is lucky to have the support of her husband and four energetic children. More than anything she loves spending quality time with her family in activities such as, hiking, soccer, and softball.

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