Amy McVey

Amy started her career in real estate more than 30 years ago in property management and over the years has invested in and still manages her own rental properties. Part of that early experience included preparing income tax returns for real estate investors and from that grew a successful income tax preparation business which she has owned for the past 15 years. Amy has joined McEnearney to once again focus on real estate.

Amy has mastered the skills of a client-centric businesswoman. She listens well to the needs of others, keeps communication lines open, is extremely hard-working, very organized and pays close attention to detail. She prides herself on her perseverance and tenacity to ensure that every client is completely satisfied. You will not find anyone with more personal integrity and honesty than when you work with Amy.

As a life-long Washingtonian and wife and mother of DC Firemen and a US Marine, Amy has seen the growth of the local communities and is knowledgeable about many neighborhoods in and around DC. She is the 4th of 5 generations to reside in the home her grandfather built in the 1930s in the American University Park neighborhood of NW Washington DC.  

Always committed to her community, Amy chaired the local Advisory Neighborhood Commission for 6 years where she worked with neighbors, businesses, the city council, and the Mayor to re-build the Tenley Library and improve the school facilities at Janney Elementary School.

Amy genuinely enjoys people and thrives on being busy so when she is not working she delights in playing with and doting on her granddaughters (the 6thgeneration to cross the threshold of her family home), relaxes by making quilts and when time permits, she takes joy in using her lathe to turn a block of wood into something beautiful.  As an avid genealogist, Amy sufficiently documented herself as a descendant of soldier(s) of The American Revolution making her eligible to join the National Society Daughters of The American Revolution (DAR.)

She still lives in AU Park in her family home with her husband and 17-year-old dog, Bernie.

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