Amanda is a high-tough agent known for her unmatched devotion to her clients. She earns the respect of her clients by working tirelessly on their behalf. Amanda recognizes the value and trust her clients place in her and strives to exceed their expectations.
Amanda has excellent customer service skills and is committed to working hard, listening, and following through. As a realtor, Amanda’s first priority is to make her clients happy. She listens to her clients wants and needs to achieve the best outcome in every transaction. Her clients can count on her to ensure their home buying or selling experience is fun, easy, and stress-free.
As a first-time home buyer herself, she is ready to assist you, whether this is your first home or your fifth. Amanda is not afraid to face a challenge head on and will work hard to make sure your needs are met.
Throughout her twenty-year career of teaching skiing and snowboarding, Amanda has mastered adaptability. This adaptability makes catering to you a seamless and natural process.
When she is not helping her clients buy the house of their dreams, you can find her sitting by the lake sipping on a glass of Pinot Grigio. Her friends will tell you that Amanda is loyal and trustworthy.
Having attended The Fashion Institute of Design and merchandising, Amanda has a keen eye for color and design to make a property marketable. Amanda also has a Minor in Advertising from Central Washington University. She used those skills to market herself when she owned her own costume design business.
After managing 150 employees at Facebook, Amanda knows how to negotiate. Her superiors saw her potential and promoted her twice in six months. She made sure everyone that worked with her knew that they were important. No one can succeed alone, it takes teamwork. Let me be a part of your winning team.
“My husband and I fell in love with Vermont the first time we visited. We went to Wally’s American Grill in Killington. They have a conveyor belt for oranges and have the best fresh-squeezed orange juice served in a mason jar. It was summertime, so we rode the chairlift to the top and hiked down the mountain on foot.
We also love Café Provence in Brandon. We stop there whenever we can for their French cuisine. We spent our honeymoon at Stowe Cabin’s in the woods. We were riding the gondola at Stowe with these two girls, one said to the other that she was wearing her “gnarliest sweater” and we just knew: there was nowhere in the world we would rather live than in Vermont. To this day, we joke whether our sweaters are gnarly enough.