Amy Maib

    Bringing You Home

    Amy Maib believes in being your true, authentic self, giving love and grace easily and not being afraid to show emotion.

    Amy grew up in the Yakima Valley, attending the Naches school district for her primary, middle and high school education. The day after graduating she moved to Spokane and then shortly after to Seattle. Her resume includes work in sales and marketing, management and public speaking. Being a motivational speaker gave her the opportunity to travel the country and it was with this company that she met hundreds of real estate agents in 43 states.

    After traveling for a couple years, Amy reconnected with the man who would become her husband, another fellow graduate of Naches High, so 19 years later the opportunity to move back "home" presented itself.

    In 2014 Amy received her real estate license and started helping people find their first, next or last 'Dream Home'. The first 50 transactions were all buyers sales and in early 2016 she took her first listing. Now Amy services buyers and sellers and concentrates marketing herself to people who are animal lovers, advocates and warriors.

    Amy is a pescatarian, doesn't use any animal products, is a member of the board of directors at Yakima Humane Society, volunteers her time to local rescues, is a foster mom to dogs and cats and makes a cash gift donation in her clients name at the end of every transaction. Since receiving her license she has donated over $25,000.00 to rescues, shelters and sanctuaries. She is your local #RescueRealtor.

    Buyers and sellers who want to work with a broker like Amy should call or text her at 509-406-2128 to chat and get to know each other. She can help find a home for you, and your little dog too!

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    Amy Maib
    Real Estate Broker, Realtor
    Results Realty Group
    Serving Your Real Estate Needs in
    Yakima, WA

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