Tahoe Sierra MLS president and Tahoe Luxury Properties agent Amie Quirarte said that she has seen a shift in the market for the past couple of months.

“…Things have started to taper off a bit … it seems that since there is some resemblance of normalcy … people’s lives to some degree have gone back to how they were before, as far as the kids being in school or people having to be back in the office and so the ability to spend as much time as you want up here is no longer really an option for everybody,” Quirarte said. “So that’s really shifted and I think that the frenzy has come and gone, so what we’re battling with now is where prices are gonna go.”


Tahoe Luxury Properties real estate agent Amie Quirarte said that the Nevada side of the lake has always been a hot spot due to its low property taxes.

Snapshot #167: The Importance Of Authenticity In Social Media

We talk to Amie Quirarte of Tahoe Luxury Properties about how her philosophy of being authentic, honest and open minded on social media has led to deeper and stronger relationships with clients. She has a great perspective about being true to yourself, sharing your everyday life and not being afraid to express your opinions… and how building that connection with your audience can lead to relationships that turn into clients. We also talk about the many benefits of getting deeply involved with your community.

Marketing in other markets: breaking into the luxury market

Realtors ask all the time, how do I break into the luxury market or sell homes in higher price ranges. It isn’t easy but in the newest episode of our podcast we interview Amie Quirarte who tells her story of moving to Lake Tahoe without many connections and her tactics for how she after only 6 years built a $40M+ per year real estate business.

Daily Dispatch: How the pandemic is affecting second-home markets

On this episode of his podcast, Brad Inman talks to Lake Tahoe agent Amie Quirarte about how the pandemic is affecting the mindset of buyers and sellers in a luxury, second-home market.

How can agents collaborate in the time of coronavirus?

A group of agents took their support group to Zoom during coronavirus to provide an opportunity to connect with one another in an uncertain time

How real estate agents are becoming the 'mayor of their communities'

During Thursday’s Inman virtual town hall, real estate leaders shared tangible ways they’re helping their community amid shelter-in-place orders.

[Q&A] Michelle Parker hosts fundraising auction to benefit the Tahoe community

…Amie started the Facebook donation page along with a GoFundMe to help people pay rent, and to help assist in delivering meals.

The Tahoe Community is in Trouble. Michelle Parker Came to Help

Amie Quirarte, a local real estate agent started the fund. [The TTERF] works with Tahoe Truckee People, which is a 501(c)(3), to allow people to chip in via taxable donations. Quirarte started the Facebook doation page along with a GoFundMe to help people pay rent, and to help assist in delivering meals.

Tales from the field: Becoming a Community Leader

A luxury real estate agent shares how her company’s emergency relief Facebook page helped people connect and band together in a time of need

How I Connect Now: Frederick Peters, David Marine, Amie Quirarte

In advance of Connect Now, we’ve asked many well-known members of the Inman community for their insights on how they are working and keeping their businesses moving forward in this time — in other words, How They Connect Now. Here are three responses.

Helping Hands

Former TTP administrator Amie Quirarte took note and found a way to connect all of the folks looking to help our…