Amy Sheinin moved to Baltimore in 1998, not long after graduating Cum Laude with a Juris Doctorate degree from Widener Law School, and never left.
She started a family in Baltimore, tried cases in front of Baltimore judges and juries, and volunteered with the Baltimore chapters of the United Way, Reading Partners, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, My Sister’s Place, and Our Daily Bread.
As a current or past board member of the Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance, Requity Foundation Inc., and the Butchers Hill Neighborhood Association, she has championed her adopted city’s future. And since acquiring an Associate Brokers license in 2013 and becoming a full-time Realtor® in 2016 (while maintaining a part-time career in law), she has delighted in helping countless clients build their own lives in Baltimore and its environs and has seen many of them fall in love with the region’s many charms the same way she did.
As a top producing member instrumental in the growth and success of the highly successful Fredeking Team, Amy has been named a “Baltimore Real Producer” (top 5% in Central Maryland) multiple times and was honored in Baltimore Magazine’s 2022 Best of Baltimore edition. Their team has chosen to affiliate with Monument Sotheby’s International Realty for the strength of Sotheby’s brand recognition, reputation, and professional level of marketing.
Amy’s background as an attorney has helped her become a practical, creative, efficient, and skilled negotiator in her real estate career, as well as a knowledgeable source for navigating the murky gray areas between real estate and property law.
As a longtime resident of Baltimore, with a deep understanding and appreciation of its many varied neighborhoods, she has developed a vast network of friendships, communities, and community organizations that has contributed to her professional success. A long-term goal is to model a high standard of professionalism and civility in the real estate industry.
A native of suburban Philadelphia and a graduate of Penn State University, Amy still has an affinity for cheesesteaks, Mike Schmidt, and the Jersey Shore – particularly Stone Harbor, where she has vacationed in every summer of her life.
But home is now Baltimore City, where she lives with her husband, a sports journalist for The Washington Post, and their two daughters, both students in the Baltimore City School System. They also have two rescue dogs – a Chihuahua and a foxhound. When not pursuing her dual careers, Amy enjoys travel, running, basketball, spending time with her family, and volunteering. But home is now, and since 2000, in the neighborhood of Butchers Hill in Baltimore City.