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Local Realtor Reaches 3k-Transaction Milestone, Celebrates Two Decades of Success

Local Realtor Amanda Bell is ranked among the top Realtors in the nation (Photo: Maria Latham)

Last month, local Realtor Amanda Bell reached the "three-thousand transaction" milestone that not many in the industry achieve. To those who know her, the accomplishment comes as no surprise, as her home-selling skills have been dominating the area for nearly two decades.

Bell has been in the industry for the past 20 years, opening At Home Realty just four years after becoming a licensed Realtor.

"I never dreamed I would be in real estate, much less be as blessed as I am," Bell says. "I think most of my clients will tell you that I am a no-nonsense kind of Realtor. People hire me for the knowledge I have in the industry, not just to open the door to a home or write a contract. My job is to educate my clients on their choices, and then help them make the best decision for them. I will stand behind their decisions, and I won't tolerate anyone trying to take advantage them. I will always use the words 'we' or 'ours.' We are in this together!"

Of her many accolades, mentions, and accomplishments, her personal best is the fact that she is ranked among the top Realtors in the nation. The honor is a great one, especially considering she operates outside of a major city and she does not work for a major franchise.

"I am proud to be a part of a small community," she says. "It seems Cheatham County has been known to produce professionals that can compete with some of the best in the world across various career paths. We have great musicians, song writers, boxers, basketball players, and coaches to name a few."

As far as her plans for the future, Bell says she is content with the way things are, and doesn't see any changes on the foreseeable  horizon. "The best blessings come when they are a result of something unplanned," she says.

In addition to her success as a Realtor, Bell makes it a point to keep herself active and involved in the Cheatham County community. Whether it is for the veterans, for the underprivileged, or for the children, Bell is always involved in something that helps better the county she very proudly calls home. Currently, she the administrator for the Cheatham County Imagination Library, recently hosting a Halloween Gala that brought in an astounding $20k to the organization that provides books to children from birth to age five.

Her husband, George Williams, founded a mounted search and rescue program where helps with his annual fundraiser, The Cowboy Ball. She also helps organize the Veterans' Luncheon every year on Veterans Day, and began the Need a Coat, Take a Coat initiative at her office in Ashland City.

"I try to help as much as I can and give back to the community that gives so much to me," she adds modestly.


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