Amy DeTine's Bio, Specializations, Awards
To be successful in business, your clients and the service you provide for them have to be your number one priority. My commitment to my clients goes beyond their immediate need to purchase or sell real estate - in many cases it is the beginning of a relationship that will carry over for years to come. My goal is to be their most knowledgeable "one stop shop" for everything in Ellicottville and the surrounding area - and that makes your buying or selling experience as pleasurable and stress free as possible. My introduction to Ellicottville and Cattaraugus County began the same as many of our visitors' - I came from my home in Buffalo to ski and later made it my home! Many more years ago than I can admit, I was drawn to the beauty and character of the area with its quaint and charming village, and beautiful ski resorts - a small town with all the cosmopolitan tributes of a big city!
My Specializations and Accreditations:
- Vacation, Recreational, and Investment Properties; Equestrian Properties; Land; Townhouses and Condominiums; Residential; Country Properties
- Accredited Buyers Representative - ABR
- Graduate of Real Estate Institute - GRI (Currently two-thirds complete)
- In celebrating my 5th year in Real Estate practice in June of 2005, I have remained a consistent Pacesetter Award recipient for the Upstate NY and Western PA region since my 2nd year.
- Top 21 Club for 2003 & 2004
- Member Masters Club - Ruby Masters Club Award, 2003 and Emerald Masters Club Award, 2004
- Ellicottville Memorial Library Board of Trustees Secretary since 2003 - Active member of the current New Library Building Campaign Committee
- Member of Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce, including 8 years as Board Member and 2 years as Board President
- Designated Key Communicator for the Buffalo Niagara Association of Realtors
My husband, Ted, and I live in Great Valley, just on the southern edge of Ellicottville, where we actually enjoy a view of Holiday Valley from our home. Our quiet creek-side setting is also home of the TLC Ranch, where my husband, and apprenticed horse trainer in natural horsemanship techniques, has thoroughly spoiled our four beautiful paint horses, Cyanne, Cherokee, Chesapeake, and Shiloh. An even more spoiled golden retriever, Waylan, rounds out the immediate family with a steady stream of visits from children, grandchildren, siblings, friends, and horse lovers, in general.
My father used to tell us that our animals had a better life than we did - for us it's the animals that enrich OUR lives and the lives of people around us!
When we're not tending to the horses, my husband and I hike every day - rain or shine, sleet or snow - with Waylan in tow. On the trails around the ski slopes and surrounding state land trails, we often snowshoe in the winter months, and occasionally our horses will find their way to the trails with us.
Tending to a busy real estate career, family, and animals leaves little time for golf and skiing, but a resident of Ellicottville cannot live here and NOT golf or ski -- so an excuse to get out there is always welcome, and always taken advantage of!