The daughter of a horse veterinarian who counts the Chicago Police Department’s horses among his clients, Amy Foote grew up traversing Chicagoland with her dad. She has lived in the northwestern suburbs for 21 years — 18 of them spent working in real estate — with her loan officer husband and spends her days guiding clients’ decision-making toward solidifying deals.
Prior to becoming a Realtor, Foote served as director of marketing for a psychological testing company. After being laid off in the wake of Sept. 11, she found herself intrigued by conversations with successful real estate agents. She decided to enter the industry and never regretted it. Last year, Foote was proud to see her team reach the top spot in her office for both units and volume.
In addition to her MBA in marketing, Foote has earned National Association of Realtors certifications as a Graduate, Realtor Institute; Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource; and Accredited Buyer’s Representative. She attributes much of her success to business planning, and it shows: She’s been an award-level producer for 15 years and a Baird & Warner Founder’s Club member for the last five.
Foote covers the northwestern suburbs, going wherever client needs take her. She creates repeatable, successful processes for her team as they work with buyers, sellers and investors to find and sell single-family properties, condos, townhomes and multifamily units. Enthusiastic and caring, she is always accessible and informative, and her team of eight helps provide personalized service, letting nothing slip through the cracks.
Foote is a proud and avid fan of her children’s sports. A former athlete, she enjoys seeing their competitive tendencies, which mirror her own. She’s also a board member for the D300 Food Pantry, which serves a cause dear to her. Foote is invested in her family, community and career, and the majority of her business comes from referrals, as she maintains close relationships after transactions are complete.