Amanda Mohr
Amanda Mohr
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Personal Background:

Amanda was born and raised in Louisville, KY and moved to Bullitt County, KY to start and raise a family in 2005. She is the wife to JC Mohr, a local General Contractor and together they have 2 well rounded children Jake and Kylie. Her children keep her personal life busy with archery tournaments, scouting and cross-country dirt bike racing (but she is never to busy for your referral or your business). She is very active in the community as a board member of the school PTA, high school archery booster rep, scouting, charity work and has no problem meeting new people wherever she goes.

Professional Background:

Amanda started as a real estate paralegal which she has worked in since 2004 and obtained her real estate license in 2008. She started her career with RE/MAX and has never looked back. Amanda feels that helping people become homeowners is one of the best feelings ever and is so blessed to be able to work side by side the best of the best agents at RE/MAX. Her favorite part about being an agent is guiding people through the process of home ownership from preapproval to the closing table. The reward is HUGE! Her greatest accomplishment is when her clients refer her and when they choose her again.

Amanda has been awarded top referral agent, agent of the month numerous times and top agent of the year in 2022. Since being at RE/MAX she has hit 100% club and Executive club each year!

Your home will likely be the greatest financial investment you'll ever make. With the help of a trained, experienced real estate agent, THAT’S ME, it can also be your wisest. Give yourself every opportunity to come out on top by working with Amanda from RE/MAX Properties East.

With years of experience helping local buyers and sellers just like yourself, she knows how to locate the finest properties and negotiate the best deals. It's her job to know about the latest market conditions, government regulations, and upcoming developments — so you don't have to.