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

Reasons Rental Homes Rank Highest

Single family homes offer the investor an opportunity to borrow large loan-to-value loans at fixed interest rates for long terms.  Lenders will loan 75-80% of the purchase price at 5.5% to

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Will Points Make a Difference

Lenders typically quote mortgages at a market rate but can offer a lower interest rate loan if the borrower is willing to pay points up-front which is considered pre-paid interest.  These

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More Than Just an Address

More Than Just an AddressFor a short time after the housing crisis a decade ago, some homeowners thought the value of home is a place to live rather than an investment.  A home certainly

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Depends If You Can Afford It

Affordability, stability and flexibility are the three reasons homebuyers overwhelmingly choose a 30-year term.  The payments are lower, easier to qualify for the mortgage and they can always

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