People First. Purpose Next. Profits Last.
We are here to challenge the status quo, which has frankly never been good enough.
We believe clients deserve more from their REALTOR®, REALTORS® deserve more from their brokerage, and the community deserves more from us all.
REALTORS® come here because they consider themselves to be trusted advisors to their clients, and
they want to put themselves in the best possible environment to ensure their success in meeting their
client’s needs. They are here because they love our industry and they believe in the power of home
ownership to transform lives. They are here to become the best version of themselves while seeking
Amherst Madison exists to build meaningful partnerships with these REALTORS® in order that, together,
we may provide our clients with the experience they deserve.
In college, one of the founders had a life-changing experience while volunteering for a children’s cancer organization. He was introduced to two children, a boy and a girl, battling Leukemia. The founder became absorbed in their lives & was blessed enough to watch them beat the odds (after years of struggle) and grow to be healthy adults. It is truly a life-changing experience to watch an innocent person grapple with something they do not understand and do not deserve.
It was during one of the many conversations about building a company that would have an“Impact” and have a “Mission” that the founders discussed the story of the children. Their story of bravery instantly resonated and it was decided that Amherst Madison would, thereafter, donate a portion of its profit and significant amounts of time to various charity organizations (or specific causes) that support the less fortunate.
The name needed to matter. It needed to stand for something above and beyond the business of profits.
• We are not a hyper-growth company bound for merger, acquisition, or collapse.
• We are not a multi-level marketing firm, posing as a real estate brokerage.
• We are not a technology company, we are a people company.
• We are not a top-down business model who treats agents and customers as afterthoughts.
• We will not be driven or controlled by scarcity, scarcity is fear.
• We are not a transaction-driven organization.