April Coulter is originally from the small, sweet South Alabama town of Brewton, but from the moment she arrived in Auburn for a college visit, she knew it was the place her heart would call home. Auburn’s small town friendliness and charm, coupled with the multitude of activities for singles, young couples, families and retirees was exciting for April. After experiencing what the “Auburn Family” was all about, she fell more in love with her new home each day.

Even as a child, April enjoyed joining her mother on home tours, studying house plans and perusing design magazines. After earning her degree in Public Relations from Auburn University, April spent her early career focused on Public Relations, Marketing, Sales and Management for Medical Practices. She appreciated being able to utilize her skill set to help each medical practice grow and exceed the owners’ goals and expectations, but the call to become a realtor became too great to ignore and she is excited to join the Three Sixty team. She feels their technology-driven, forward-thinking approach, combined with their excellent marketing and commitment to development and design were the perfect match for her talents.

April is well versed in and has a strong commitment to customer service and the happiness of her clients. She is careful to explain information and make the buying process as seamless as possible. April truly enjoys getting to know and understand her clients’ needs and motivations, while utilizing her organizational skills and diligence in negotiations to go the extra mile to make sure her clients are satisfied.

April loves to share her knowledge and love of Auburn (and SEC football!) with newcomers who are unfamiliar with the area. She has served as an Auburn Chamber of Commerce Diplomat and enjoys experiencing the ideal local business community. April’s husband, Scott, actively serves in the Alabama Air National Guard. The couple has two energetic little boys, Patrick and Collin, who they feel are truly blessings from God. The family is active in Auburn United Methodist Church and enjoys serving the community through many different organizations such as Way 2 Serve Ministries, East Alabama Food Bank, Scott-Ritchey Research Center and others.

This busy working mom loves to bake for her sons’ classes, as well as the local public safety providers. She also enjoys cooking Southern soul food using fresh produce from local farms, a skill she learned from her mother and grandmothers. With two small boys, they love any day and activity that allows them to get outside and burn off energy! This active family also loves to go on road trips, to the lake and to the beach, but most of all they enjoy spending time with friends and family participating in all the activities the Auburn-Opelika area has to offer.