About

Amy Fosha | Realtor with Keller Williams Realty Boise servicing Boise and it’s surrounding communities, specializing in residential home sales. Amy’s agenda is to offer reliable customer service paired with the utmost of integrity. Follow through, communication, and honest consulting are what make her business effective. She prides herself  in helping individuals navigate what makes the most sense for them, in this complex yet opportune market place.

Background | Amy was raised in the heartland of Manhattan, Kansas.  After studying Fine Art at Kansas State University she began working with special needs children, focusing on educational and behavioral therapy.  She continued in this field after moving to Boise and began managing a development therapy staff and working in program management for a local Developmental Disability Agency. After purchasing and managing personal investment property a transition into a real estate career was a natural progression that combined her business management experience with a passion for helping others love where they live.

Amy and her husband reside in the North End of Boise and are both actively involved in the real estate market throughout the Treasure Valley, including property sales and property management.  They share a passion for helping individuals find homes that equip them to best take advantage of the amazing quality of life this area has to offer.

Beyond her family and real estate you can find Amy mountain biking, spending time with her Young Life girls, serving with the North End Collective Church, learning with Love Justice, and grilling in her backyard with the best of friends.

One response to “About

  1. Anna Rundle

    Great Info!

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