Three Sixty {real estate} Team Members April Coulter, Michy Aja and Tonya Tyson Become Homes for Heroes Affiliate Real Estate Specialists

At Three Sixty, it’s not just about selling real estate. The company was founded on a pledge to serve its community and always looks for new ways to give back. Team members April Coulter, Michy Aja and Tonya Tyson exemplify these traits, from April and Michy’s husbands who serve actively in the United States military and Tonya’s experience in Nursing to the excellent service all three of these ladies strive to provide each and every client. Three Sixty is proud to announce an affiliate partnership with Homes for Heroes, Inc., an organization inspired by the tragic events of 9/11.


“We are proud to say that our team members give back every day, and Homes for Heroes is the perfect vehicle for these ladies’ commitment to service members and the health and well being of our community.”

Nonet Reese, Three Sixty Co-Founder

Homes for Heroes was founded in Minneapolis, MN at the beginning of 2002. In 2009, it grew to become a national organization that has since helped over 14,500 heroes and has given back over $22,000,000. Heroes include firefighters, law enforcement, military (active, reserves and veterans), healthcare and EMS workers and teachers.

“We are thrilled to be able to provide these extraordinary savings to heroes who provide extraordinary services to our nation and its communities.”

April Coulter, Three Sixty REALTOR®

IMG_5280 crop blogHomes for Heroes is comprised of affiliate real estate and lending specialists across the country, along with local and national businesses committed to providing Hero Rewards, which are easy ways for heroes to save significant money on a home; and when they make every day home-related purchases. When working with Homes for Heroes real estate and lending specialists specifically, heroes are able to receive significant savings when they buy, sell or refinance a home.

“We were excited to learn about ‘Hero Rewards.’ The real, tangible savings these everyday heroes will receive will make a material difference in their lives.”

Tonya Tyson, Three Sixty REALTOR®

HomesforHeroesAprilClientsThe program has already begun, as these Three Sixty REALTORS® have closed on two homes with Clients who both received substantial savings on their home purchase.

“Three Sixty’s commitment to our community has always been an inspiration to me, and I am thrilled to be part of yet another way we can give back and say thank you to those who do so much for us.”

Michy Aja, Three Sixty REALTOR®

Three Sixty is Committed to Providing the Best Expertise in the Business!

Three Sixty agents April Coulter and Emmy Martin Sorrells have started the new year off with a bang. Both women have been hard at work honing their marketing savvy and industry knowledge by achieving certifications from the National Association of REALTORS®.

Both women have achieved the ABR® designation, a series of courses focused on knowledge needed for agents working directly with buyer-clients. April has attained the e-PRO® certification, directed at maximizing use of emerging technologies in the industry. Emmy has completed the SRES® designation, giving her specialized knowledge to address the needs of home buyers and sellers age 50+.

April Coulter

April Coulter

“April is always looking for ways to maximize the technology offerings that make the Three Sixty approach so unique in our industry. We are pleased that she has chosen to make that commitment official by pursuing and attaining the e-PRO®.”

Tricia Peterson, Three Sixty Owner

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.


Emmy Martin Sorrells

“Emmy is dedicated to attaining as much knowledge as she can of the burgeoning 50+ community. We couldn’t be happier that she has achieved the SRES® designation.”

Nonet Reese, Three Sixty Owner

Emmy learned at an early age that hard work is important and that education is one of the things that you cannot have taken away from you. She carried these lessons with her when obtaining her undergraduate degrees, when working in the banking, engineering and pulp and paper industries, and to this day in her commitment to continuing her professional education in order to provide her clients with true expertise and informed advice.


For more information on these designations and to download a PDF of this complete press release, click here.

Agent Spotlight – 5 Question Quiz with Martha Williams & April Coulter

It’s time for our 5 question quiz with our May Spotlight Agents. Enjoy these fun and interesting answers!

Martha Williams

1. How do you start a conversation?

I usually introduce myself and try to find something me and the other person might have in common to talk about. I really enjoy meeting new people.

2. What is the strangest thing you have ever eaten?

I am a big sushi lover, and eel is one of my favorites! The whole rare fish thing doesn’t bother me at all. The one I don’t care for and is the strangest thing to me is octopus.

3. What types of music do you listen to?

I am all over the spectrum on this one. One minute I’m listening to Rascal Flatts and the next it’s pop music. If I’m cooking and relaxing for the night, I find some soft jazz.

4. What is something you constantly lose?

My water bottle! I am always with one and tend to loose one all the time. It is nothing for me to have four scattered through the house and car by the end of the day because I keep leaving them places.

5. Who do you go to for advice?

My four best girlfriends – one of which is my best friend since we met in kindergarten and the others in college. We have a group chat that has been going on daily since group chats were possible. Between all of us someone has been through whatever situation might arise!


April Coulter

1. How do you start a conversation?

“Are you originally from here?”  I enjoy hearing people’s stories about where they are from and how they got here.  I love that Auburn is a melting pot of people from all around the country and the world, with different perspectives, traditions, thoughts and ideas.

2. What is the strangest thing you have ever eaten?

My little boy likes to experiment with food dye when helping us cook.  I know he tries to tell me it should taste the same, no matter the color, but BLUE scrambled eggs are just not appealing to me!

3. What types of music do you listen to?

Every type, I love music!  It really just depends on my mood.  From classical to jazz to pop to country and everything in between, I find that music is great to set the mood, improve your mood or make a memory.

4. What is something you constantly lose?

I didn’t often lose things before I had children.  Now, it is an every day occurrence to locate the remote control in our home!

5. Who do you go to for advice?

My mom, my husband and my close friends.  They each are intelligent, know me well and have different perspectives.  They are always honest and challenge me to be the best I can be, while also being supportive of my hopes and dreams.

Summer is coming… so much to do in Auburn!


Summer.  As a child, this word evoked excitement.  It meant no school, sleeping late, and just having fun.  As a parent of a school-age child and a preschooler, this word now evokes a bit of anxiety.  How do I keep my children entertained without using the TV or iPad or any other electronic device as a babysitter for 3 months?


We are very blessed to live in a community that provides so many different summer activity options for our children.  Do your children like to play dress up?  There’s a Pirates and Princesses Acting/Dance Camp sure to entertain them and grow their imagination.  Do they enjoy the outdoors?  There are several Ecology camps sponsored by the Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve you can check out.  Are they interested in trying a new sport?  There is a camp for almost every sport imaginable to teach them the basics and see if they want to pursue it further.  Both the Auburn and Opelika libraries have special summer activities and reading programs.  Many local churches have vacation bible schools.  The movie theaters and bowling alley both offer special summer activities and rates for children.  Our area doesn’t forget about the parents, either.  From outdoor movies and festivals, to concerts in the park and even “float-in” movies at local pools, there are plenty of activities for families to enjoy together.

As a Realtor, the numerous activities is one of my favorite selling points of our area.  Many of our area’s neighborhoods even offer pools, playgrounds, green spaces, sidewalks or walking trails for their residents’ enjoyment.  I am very thankful to live in this area where our children are given so many opportunities to grow their hearts, their minds and their bodies.    With a little bit of planning I’m really hoping I don’t hear, “I’m bored,” but rather, “Mommy that was so much fun, I can’t wait to do that again!”