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Thomason becomes branch manager of north Scottsdale Coldwell Banker

Posted 9/7/21

Amanda Thomason, was recently named branch manager at the north Scottsdale and Fountain Hills offices of Coldwell Banker Realty.

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Movers & Shakers

Thomason becomes branch manager of north Scottsdale Coldwell Banker

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Amanda Thomason, was recently named branch manager at the north Scottsdale and Fountain Hills offices of Coldwell Banker Realty.

Coldwell Banker Realty announced Thomason, who has seven years of real estate experience, as its new branch manager of the north Scottsdale and Fountain Hills locations, according to a press release, noting she was previously the branch manager of the southwest office of Coldwell Banker Realty.

“Amanda made a tremendous difference in the success of our agents when she was branch manager of our Southwest office, and I know she will be just as instrumental in the achievements of our agents in the North Scottsdale and Fountain Hills offices. We are excited to see where she takes these two offices next under her capable leadership,” said Greg Hollman, president of Coldwell Banker Realty Arizona, in the release.

Described as passionate about helping others, she is a big supporter of children’s hospitals and research for cancer and has worked with multiple Associations of REALTORS to provide collections for schools, the homeless and various shelters.

“I have a passion for watching others succeed and thrive in the real estate industry,” said Thomason in the release. “I love being here every day furthering the agents’ knowledge as well as my own. Our success is my top priority.”

In 2014, she started working in real estate and received her broker’s license in 2018. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in business, the release said.

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