Amy Batchelor

Business Development Manager & Assistant Property Manager

Amy joined the LJ Hooker family over three years ago upon her return home to Burnie after living and working in Perth, Western Australia, where she gained valuable experience in a number of roles within the Real Estate industry, including at the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia.

Amy is dedicated to furthering her knowledge to enable continual learning and growing to assist in the everchanging and evolving real estate market. She is currently studying a Diploma of Real Estate (Agency Management) and plans to continue her education thereafter at University.

Amy receives enormous satisfaction from ensuring both clients and team members achieve a premium result and understands the importance of hard work and dedication.

When she isn’t at work Amy enjoys travelling and spending time with her pets.


What our customers say

See all

The LJ Hooker Burnie team’s initiative and organisation is outstanding and fills owners with a great deal of confidence.

Oliver Szymanski

I cannot fault the service and professionalism of the team.

Nadeane Ashwood

Always found staff helpful and professional. Would highly recommend their services.

Martin Borg

Amy Batchelor is an active and care taking property manager. As an owner I strongly support her sincere service.

Subakanth Ruthiran

I am one happy, relieved owner. I have no concerns at all - keep up the good work and I am really happy that I moved real estate agents - I could not be happier with the way things are going - so a big thanks.

Kylie Grimison

Rented through LJ Hooker Burnie with Amy as my property manager, nothing but praise for her communication whether by telephone, email or in person. Always prompt with inspections and times. A great team and a great place to do business with.

Darron Cameron

To Rebecca & Amy, Here is a big thank you for your efforts in looking after our investment properties in Burnie Tasmania. Your services , attention to detail, respect for both the owner and tenants are first class. Best regards Peter Spurr

Peter Spurr