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Coldwell Banker Realty – Gundaker - Amy Nahorski

Amy Nahorski and her pup.

Amy Nahorski and her pup. 

Been there: Nahorski wants to help others like she was helped

Amy Nahorski became a real estate agent because of an experience she had about a decade ago.

“When I was going through a divorce, I had a wonderful real estate agent who was instrumental in guiding me through purchasing a home as a single mom,” said Nahorski, who works as an agent for Coldwell Banker Realty – Gundaker. “It was emotional and daunting, but she was wonderful. Her kindness really stuck with me, and it inspired me to get into this business to help other people.

“Whether it is based on a life event or a need to downsize or upsize, it is so important to have someone who can guide you through the ups and downs and emotions. That is what inspired me to get into this business to help people during those life transitions.”

Nahorksi secured her real estate license in 2019. She has four children between the ages of 14 and 20, and has remarried.

She said working as an agent allows her to spend time with her family, but she is available to her clients when they need help.

“When people need assistance, I am available for them throughout each step of the transaction process,” Nahorski said.

Nahorski said the current housing market favors those selling their homes, and she makes sure clients purchasing a house think about the future before closing a deal.

“I want them to look at things over an extended period of time,” Nahorski said. “My mindset is looking at things long-term and making sure you will be happy with that home purchase down the road when the market settles. Post-move and after the emotions are settled, you still need to feel good about that purchase.”

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