About Amanda

Amanda, a Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Florida Network Realty, launched her Real Estate brand, "Closing Deals in Heels" in September of 2017. This new branding kick started a phenomenal year where Amanda closed more than $5 million in sales and sold 23 homes, representing both buyers and sellers. Since then, her business has grown and she has now sold over $32 million in home sales. Amanda was recognized by Berkshire Hathaway in 2020 and 2021 as part of the prestigious President's Circle and her sales has put her in the Top 5% by volume of all MLS members in Northeast Florida.   

Amanda has experience working with all types of properties ranging from new construction and investment properties to multi-million-dollar homes and foreclosures. She also enjoys working with a wide range of clients from first time home buyers and retirees to veterans and people moving to Jacksonville from out of state.

One of her favorite things about real estate is educating her clients and making sure they feel knowledgeable and empowered from start to finish. She knows that knowledge is power and wants her clients to feel confident every step of the way. One of her education tools is through social media where Amanda conducts live Facebook real estate market updates and hosts discussions with local lenders, home inspectors, home insurance experts, and even home staging entrepreneurs. She also conducts virtual tours of all of her listings called "Parker's Pick", which features a home tour that she and her 3 yr old daughter introduce to all interested buyers. 

Residing in Jacksonville since 2009, Amanda brings with her a wealth of knowledge of the greater Jacksonville area. In her previous job with the United States Tennis Association, Amanda had the opportunity to work closely with more than 30 country clubs in Duval, St. Johns, Nassau, and Clay County, giving her an excellent background on real estate and housing in these niche communities.

Amanda also spent four years working for the Wounded Warrior Project, planning Soldier Ride, a 5-day adaptive cycling event for wounded warriors that uses cycling and the bonds of service for warriors to overcome physical, mental, and emotional wounds incurred post 9/11. Amanda has used her experience working with veterans to help local veterans sell or buy their next home. She recognizes the sacrifices they have made for our country and wants them to experience the best customer service possible.

Amanda, a native of Lakeville, Pennsylvania, grew up playing competitive tennis. She graduated from the College of Charleston where she played on a full athletic tennis scholarship. Amanda tributes her many hours spent on the tennis court to her personality traits that have given her success in life. Hard work, motivation, drive to succeed, self-discipline, positive attitude, and good sportsmanship are all things she learned on the court and can now be applied to her professional career.