About Amy Brown and Nat Criss

Amy Brown

Amy Brown - Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams in Wilmington, NCAmy grew up visiting the North Carolina Coast and after living in 10 other states, she moved to Wilmington in 2003. She loves the community for the historic downtown, the gorgeous beaches, and the people. Previously Amy spent 22 years selling advertising in New York City and in Wilmington. She is thrilled to be in real estate at an exciting time in the market.

When not working, Amy enjoys spending time with my two boys Jake and Orion running down the riverwalk and playing at Shell Island. She practices yoga regularly and paddleboards as much as possible.

Amy would love to help you and your friends and family find the perfect home and or sell your home.


Contact Amy Brown at (910) 398-1788

 

Nat Criss

Nat CrissNat has been involved in the real estate, mortgage, and marketing industries since 1996 and is one of the owners of ILM Marketing, a digital marketing firm based in Historic Downtown Wilmington. Previously, Nat was the Marketing Director for one of the nation’s leading mortgage brokers and continues to offer marketing services to some of the Country's premier lending institutions and real estate professionals.

Originally from Meadville, PA, Nat graduated from the College of Wooster in Ohio and spent seven years in Burlington, Vermont before relocating to Wilmington in 2005. Nat and his wife Megan live in the Masonboro Loop area of Wilmington with their two boys, Cooper and Jalen.

Contact Nat Criss at (910) 547-6910

Why Consider Working with Nat?

  • Knowledge of the marketplace - Nat has lived and worked in Wilmington since 2005.

  • Over 16 years of digital marketing experience - Nat has an extensive background in online marketing and is one of the owners of ILM Marketing which offers marketing services to companies from around the World.

  • Background in real estate and finance - Beyond being a real estate in North Carolina, Nat was previously a real estate professional in Vermont and worked in the mortgage industry in both states as well.