Amber Johnson Oputa

Realtor & Home Designer

JP And Associates REALTORS

About Amber Johnson Oputa

Amber Oputa is a millennial mom, wife, Christian, dog lover, world traveler and Dallas Real Estate Agent & Home Designer. Amber has a business background and corporate sales experience, nationally and internationally. Her passion is working with first time home buyers and first time home sellers, whom often require extra care and education. Amber loves educating her clients so they are prepared every step of the way. She has a Masters in Business Management from Wake Forest University Schools of Business, has her GRI (Graduate Realtors Institute) designation, and ISDP (Interior Staging and Decorating Professional) designation. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, dancing, reading, learning about the newest technology, working out and doing DIY projects. Amber can provide advice and comprehensive knowledge, whether you are a first-time home buyer, seller, or investor. If you are looking for a dedicated real estate agent, you have found her! Call Amber Oputa Today! 972-755-9255

Latest Blog Posts

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