Amanda Howard is the Founder and CEO of Amanda Howard Real Estate™ which opened in November 2009 in Huntsville, AL. Amanda and her team have sold more than 5,000 homes in the last 12 years, equaling over $1B in sales, and has ranked in the top 1% of real estate teams in the nation for transactions and dollar volume.
Amanda has been featured as one of HousingWire’s Women of Influence and gained the endorsement of real estate mogul, Barbara Corcoran. Amanda’s firm ranked #25 in the nation by REAL Trends as published in the Wall Street Journal in 2018, has ranked #1 in Alabama for America’s Best Real Estate Agents by Real Trends since 2013, and has ranked in Inc. 5000 since 2015.
At the close of 2016, Amanda partnered to launch Acquire Commercial Real Estate, and in total has invested in three additional startup companies that complement her real estate services. In June 2018, Amanda Howard Real Estate officially became Amanda Howard | Sotheby’s International Realty, after being recognized and accepted as the premier real estate firm in North Alabama by the internationally respected Sotheby’s auction house in London, and the U.S. corporate headquarters of Sotheby’s International Realty. Amanda Howard | Sotheby’s International Realty corporate headquarters is located in Huntsville, AL, servicing the North Alabama and Lake Guntersville communities.
Amanda enjoys sharing her expertise and coaches other real estate teams as well. She has seen her protegees grow as much as 600% in sales and reach top level accolades in their states. As a successful female entrepreneur, Amanda has often been asked to speak about her strategies and her path to achievement and enjoys sharing her stories with audiences small and large.
Personally, Amanda along with her husband Travis, love to travel, do Crossfit, live a healthy lifestyle, and enjoy the art of business. They have been married for almost 25 years and have created two beautiful young ladies, ages 15 and 17. Amanda’s two scariest moments in her life were nearly being swallowed by a whale and teaching a 15-year-old how to drive. (Not in order of scariest.)