Nashville native Amy Jackson Smith is a walking encyclopedia of her hometown and can provide instant recall of the nuances and history of this great city. Upon graduating from Vanderbilt University she became a marketing representative with Xerox Corporation, Amy was in the top 10 of 100,000 sales representatives and managed major accounts including Vanderbilt University and some of the most renowned hospitals in the world located in Nashville. Anchored on her successful marketing career, Smith later launched Business Nashville Magazine, which later sold to Gannett Publishing.
The timing of the publication transaction was impeccable as Amy began her family. As the proud mother of two boys, she chose to stay home and be a constant in their live. Her love of real estate led her to “the art of flipping” properties and began a successful venture to rehabilitating and designing properties before she eventually launched her career in real estate in 2002. Prior to her relationship with Worth Properties, Amy worked with French Christianson Patterson and Associates, formerly the Sotheby’s firm, holding the top sales position for several years.
Amy’s approach to real estate is more of a boutique approach. Her life-long knowledge of Nashville and major account contract negotiation with Xerox are true assets for both her buyer and seller clients.
In keeping with her boutique service philosophy, Amy only works with a few clients at a time. Quality service over quantity is how she delivers 5 star one-on-one attention to each of her valued clients. She is always present for showings and is a complete extension of the properties she represents.
“How can someone sell your home if they aren't there and your potential buyer is opening the door with the lights off and trying to find the kitchen and master bedroom? Every home has highlights that make it great and special in many ways. I am there to communicate the aspects of a home that make it sell,” says Amy Jackson Smith.
As a buyer’s agent, Amy believes that knowledge is king. She is able to work at her buyer’s schedule to educate them on the market so that they are confident when buying the home of their dreams.
Amy has a history of working with high profile music artists and their management, and business executives of top Nashville companies. She, however, gives the same level of service to her first time home buyers or sellers who inevitably become clients for life as they progress through their changing real estate needs.
Connections are important in real estate. Over the years Amy has created a network within all Nashville real estate firms having transacted 100 million dollars in real estate.
Amy is very active in the Nashville community as evidenced by her seat on various charitable boards such as The Nashville Humane Association. She has also served as chairman of countless charitable events-the largest being chairman of The Iroquois Steeplechase for The Monroe Carell Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
Having sold a high percentage of some of Nashville’s more prominent addresses, Amy understands what it takes to make you feel comfortable with your realtor. Her attention to detail and the needs of her clients makes her one of the most sought after agents in Nashville.
“True Nashville. True Real Estate.”