2021 Women of Distinction – Real Estate, Construction and Development
Amy Rushing – Kittle Immobilier
FORT COLLINS – Amy Rushing has worked in a variety of jobs, from running an office and marketing, selling real estate, helping people with Alzheimer’s disease, and even selling horse embroidery.
However, she said, â€œEvery post that has made my work passionate about me has a common denominator, people. Throughout my life I have realized that helping people make life changing decisions, difficult situations and finding solutions for them is what brings me fulfillment.
She has owned Ryan Rushing Performance Horses LLC since 2015, where her husband, according to the company’s website, “specializes in coaching, competing and training in the disciplines of reining and horseback riding. ranch”. It also offers internships for Colorado State University students studying equine science.
She is also a Chartered Real Estate Agent for Kittle Real Estate in Fort Collins, with over four years of residential sales experience, over 300 transactions and over $ 115 million in volume. She is good at drafting contracts, negotiating, marketing research and client analysis. She specializes in the sale of residential, mountain, farm and ranch properties, vacant lots and, unsurprisingly, horse-friendly spaces.
In 2012 in Texas, she worked in inside sales for Alzcare, an assisted living center for people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. “I spent my days talking with families who were struggling to take care of their loved ones and the guilt they might face if they transferred their loved ones to an assisted living facility,” she said. declared. â€œI listened to their struggles and identified their weak points. Through long conversations, I was able to find the solution, provide the help they needed, and counsel the caregiver to feel comfortable with the decision.
â€œMoving into real estate was an easy transition,â€ she said. â€œEmotions and stress levels can easily escalate during times of transition. My job is to listen, gain trust and provide solutions to help each client achieve their individual goals. No customer or transaction is the same. I work hard to stay ahead of the curve to deliver creative solutions, cutting edge marketing, and exceptional customer service to my clients.
Prior to moving to Colorado, she was an office manager for Just Stitch It in Tioga, TX where she handled product management, product design, graphic design, embroidery digitization and management of the production line as well as sales.
In Fort Collins, she is a member of the National Association of Realtors, Colorado Association of Realtors, Fort Collins Board of Realtors, Rocky Mountain Reining Horse Association, National Reining Horse Association, and Vintage City Church.
Rushing graduated in 2009 from Texas A&M University. His curriculum vitae lists his strengths such as listening to instructions and following them with minimal guidance; problem solving – carrying out transactions, processing data, formulating a vision and solving problems; and the cultural sensitivity needed to relate to others.
â€œMy goal is to provide exceptional customer service with professional communication to my clients and fellow realtors,â€ she wrote. â€œI am committed to building trust with my clients by making sure they know they are fully protected, represented and always in the know. ”