Amanda Hill

REALTOR®, CRS, MCNE

Bray Real Estate

Trust Earned Every Day, Since 1946

About Amanda Hill

I am a Colorado native, born and raised in Grand Junction. I love being surrounded by family, friends, and the wonders of the Grand Valley! I am energetic, persistent, and passionate about real estate, and am here to help you with all of your real estate needs. I always want to be learning and growing, and I believe in continuing education not only for the industry I have chosen for my career but for myself as a person as well. I will guide you through the process of both buying and/or selling a home and be a calming influence through this exciting experience. Whether you are a first-time home buyer/seller, or a repeat real estate investor, I am happy to answer all of your questions about a particular home, the current market, and the home buying/selling process. My expertise in the local market, contracts, and negotiation will assure you that you get a great deal and that your personal transaction will go smoothly. I want to be your trusted adviser! I am available and I am here to help you achieve your home ownership and investment dreams. Reach out to me today and I will get started right away in helping you with all your real estate needs!

Latest Blog Posts

Temporarily Renting a Home

IRS has provisions for homeowners regarding the sale of a principal residence that allows for temporarily renting the home without losing the ability to exclude the gain if the home is sold under

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Time to Buy Again

For people who have experienced a distressed sale of a home and gotten their finances and credit back in shape, there can still be an unanswered question of "How long do we have to wait to qualify

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Tech to Find the Right Home

According to the 2018 Profile of Buyers and Sellers, 52% of buyers want help to find the right home to purchase.  Physically locating the home is certainly part of what buyers want from

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Comfort Systems

Heating and air-conditioning are frequently referred to as the "comfort systems."  If one has gone out in the dead of winter or the heat of summer, lack of comfort becomes a primary.

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