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Amanda George

Amanda George of Century 21 Shawmut Properties in Brighton considers being a mother of two young children to be a professional asset. “I’ve built my business on the framework of family and lifestyle first,” she says. “My husband is my business partner, and we treat all of our clients like family. When I first sit down with clients, I take the time to read between the lines to understand what their end goal is so we can identify what property is going to work best for their plans. We are so fortunate to build lifelong relationships with our clients. They truly do become part of our family.”

Realtor Amanda George poses in front of a gilded mirror. She wears a black dress and has shoulder-length black hair.Amanda GeorgeAmanda George takes the time to understand her clients’ goals.

George brings a powerful combination to her real estate practice: experience as a real estate paralegal in addition to a decade of working with buyers and sellers from all walks of life. 

“My background has given me an unparalleled foundation to understand real estate transactions in a way that allows me to prepare my clients as to what is happening behind the scenes. This also enables me to know what can and will go wrong and what can be done to ensure there are as few surprises as possible,” George says.

“I also have extensive experience working in new construction real estate transactions, which requires a different skill set when it comes to pricing, marketing, and pre-selling,” George explains. “I love being involved at the ground level to provide my developer clients with first-hand market knowledge on what buyers are looking for when it comes to a new build, and what features and floor plans can maximize their returns.” 

You can reach Amanda at 617-347-0699 or [email protected].

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