Amanda Garris
Office: (252) 756-3500 x208
Mobile: (252) 717-9291
Voice mail: (252) 756-3991 x208
Fax: (252) 756-4159

Aldridge & Southerland
226 Commerce Street, Greenville, NC 27858

Amanda is a Pitt County native and a graduate of East Carolina University with a degree in Finance.  She is married to Richard Garris and they have 2 sons, Parker and Spencer.  She is a member of Salem United Methodist Church.

Amanda is a Realtor as well as a real estate investor.  She is a member of the Greenville-Pitt Association of Realtors, the National Association of Realtors, and NC Association of Realtors.

Whatever your real estate needs may be, Amanda can help you achieve your goals while coaching you along the way.


Client Testimonials

"Not knowing anyone in Greenville, NC, we considered ourselves very lucky to have met Amanda. She listened to what we wanted for our future house and didn't fail to deliver. Took the time and very professionally had booklets of houses that match those requests, had viewing appointments ready and always had the best predisposition to show us around. Not to forget her awesome sense of humor. Very knowledgeable and when she didn't, she would come back after researching with an answer. During closing, was very communicative and responsive. And the kindest person we've met, buying us a few necessities knowing we were coming to our new home from a very long drive. Highly recommend her services."


"Amanda is the best agent I have ever had in purchasing a home. She worked extremely hard to take away all the stress and made sure that I found the perfect home. I would recommend to everyone reading this to call Amanda if you want an awesome agent!!!"


"I highly recommend Amanda. She is professional and very detailed in preparation for listing and working with the seller. It is comfortable and a pleasure to work with her too. The most impressive one for me personally is that she gives you the confidence that she has your interest in mind especially if you are in a different city/state and she never pushes."