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So, who is Amber?
Amber Gross, realtor with Premier Homes Realty since 2013, was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, where she currently resides, and is mother to a teenage daughter.
She studied Family and Consumer Sciences at Morgan State University and was in Property Management for almost a decade prior to transitioning smoothly into a career in Real Estate. She completed her pre-licensing education at the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors. Amber is a member of the National Association of Realtors, The Howard County Association of Realtors, and The Women’s Council of Realtors Greater Baltimore. She has also been a notary public since 2012.
Amber’s exceptional customer service skills, and knowledge of the real estate industry allow her to provide the best experience for each of her clients. Whether it is a first-time home buyer, seller, or investor, Amber goes above and beyond expectations to make sure that each deal gets done right!
Creative thinking and astute problem solving have helped to make her a remarkable agent. Amber’s top priority is to make sure that every client is more than pleased at the end of each transaction!
In addition to her real estate career, you may also find Amber face painting at a party or other social event. She has always loved art, crafts, and being creative, so it’s no wonder this was a skill she developed as well! Amber is also a very active member of her church, Walk By Faith Ministries, and serves as the chair of the Welcome Team.