Amy grew up in Cache Valley, now lives in Box Elder County, and can’t imagine calling anywhere else home. The people, places, and gorgeous open landscapes serve as her constant inspiration.
As an agent, Amy has knowledge and experience in large acreage and ranch listings including residential and sales within Cache and Box Elder Counties. Recently, she has expanded her expertise to the state of Idaho, specifically the Island Park Area where she has had a second home for several years. She loves the incredible scenery, gorgeous lakes and rivers, and the amazing people she has grown to know over the years.
With a background in entrepreneurship, Amy is self-motivated, never backs down from a challenge, and has unparalleled follow-through.
Amy’s vast work experience has proven to be an asset in all her real estate endeavors and to the clients she assists. Prior to becoming a licensed Real Estate Agent Amy was the General/ Property Manager at J&A Capital-Bishop Properties, Office Manager, and Vice President at Nish Rock Products. Additionally, Amy served as the CFO at Rocky Mountain Aggregate, Vice President of RMA Resources and RMA Holdings Companies, and an Accountant for Extrafunds.
Through Amy’s professional pursuits she rezoned agricultural land involving water rights, water storm prevention plans, zoning and real estate purchase negotiations.
If experience is what you’re looking for, search no further than Amy Rupp. Amy graduated from Bridgerland Applied Technology College in Business Finance and Accounting, with an emphasis in Business Management.
As a mom of three boys, Amy is always on her toes. She is a proud mom to a United States Marine and two adrenaline junkies, she loves supporting each of them in their ventures. When not selling real estate Amy enjoys spending her weekends at the sand dunes or the motocross tracks supporting her boys in their crazy dirt biking adventures.
When chasing her children, working on the farm, and selling real estate full time isn’t enough, Amy also enjoys snowboarding, snowmobiling, dirt biking, and playing softball.
She feels lucky to be living a farm life where she works just as hard at home as she does at her job, and considers driving a tractor a bonus. Yeah, you could say she’s the perfect boy mom.