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Amy Goldin


A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Amy earned her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and then moved to Tampa where she began her legal career in 1990 in the real estate department of the home office of Carlton Fields. Upon returning to Broward County, she worked first as corporate counsel for real estate developer Atlantic Gulf Communities Corporation and then formed her own firm, Amy H. Goldin, P.A., specializing in real estate and corporate law.  Amy has experience in a broad range of real estate related matters, including residential and commercial purchase and sales contracts, third party and seller financing, leases, title work and closings, and condominium and homeowners associations. Her representation has included the drafting, review and negotiation of documentation for the acquisition and sale of office buildings, multifamily buildings and vacant land and the negotiation of leases for tenants and landlords of shopping centers and office buildings.  

Amy’s knowledge of real estate and interest in helping others coalesced with the formation of HH Property Strategic, which provides property management services to institutional trustees with real property assets.  She also is a licensed Florida Real Estate broker.

Amy has served in many capacities over the years as a volunteer with various local and national organizations.  Among her prior leadership roles was serving on National Women’s Young Leadership Cabinet, serving on the Executive Leadership Team for the 2015 and 2023 JCC Maccabi Games in Broward, and chairing the newly re-formed Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Federation of Broward County.  Currently, she sits on the Broward Executive Council of AIPAC and is a registered volunteer with the Emergency Volunteers Project. Moreover, Amy is a co-founder of Voices for Children of Broward County, which provides gap services to children in the dependency court system; she served as its Founding Board Chair and remains an active member of its Board.