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Work experience

Nov 2005Present



Assisting VA, MD, and DC buyers and sellers. Focus on first time buyers and sellers.


Award winning sales volume in 2010 and 2011. NVAR Top Producer and Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club achievements. Zillow Premier Agent.


Jan 2002Jan 2003


George Mason University
Jan 2000Jan 2002


George Washington University


Professional Networking


A Realtor based out of Washington, D.C., Amanda Saul has been serving the area since 2002. She currently works with RE/MAX in McLean, Virginia, where she assists clients in Virginia, Maryland, and D.C. Her practice focuses on first-time home buyers as she helps them learn all the facets of the real estate market and the process of buying a home. As she is licensed in both states and the District of Columbia, Amanda Saul can provide prospective homeowners with personalized information, and though she began her practice in 2005, her parents were both real estate attorneys, exposing her to the industry at an early age. Though she enjoys assisting first-time homebuyers, Amanda Saul also has experience helping seasoned home and property owners, providing them with all the current and relevant market information. Sellers may also rely on Saul for her expertise in helping sellers decide on the best course of action for their property while obtaining the highest possible price. Amanda Saul has been officially recognized for her accomplishments in real estate: the Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS highlighted her as a Top Producer and she also belongs to the Multi-Million Dollar Club. A long-time resident of Virginia, Amanda Saul attended school in McLean, including The Langley School and PotomacSchool, as well as Emerson College Preparatory in Washington, D.C. She then continued her studies at GeorgeWashingtonUniversity, earning a B.A. in English and Art History. Upon graduation, Amanda Saul entered the real estate industry through a position with Jones Lang LaSalle, where she worked with commercial properties in the Arlington area.


Preservation of the arts, Volunteering to promote literacy, travel, Delmarva Coast beaches, Washington Capitals hockey, Alumni relations. Real estate investments and the stock market.


Real Estate Sales