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Amanda Jhones

Amanda Jhones
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

1995 Broadway
New York, NY 10023
Office: 212.769.9882
Mobile: 917.334.8992

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In the News

Date Publication Article Title
Jan 07, 2011 The New York Times The Name Evokes Dawn for a Reason
Nov 01, 2010 uptownmagazine.com Harlem vs. Brooklyn
Feb 18, 2009 Broker's Weekly Have you Heard...
Dec 07, 2008 New York Magazine Fame Slept Here
May 21, 2008 Brokers Weekly Real Estate on Her Mind
Oct 23, 2005 New York Magazine An Unholy Alliance
May 02, 2005 Daily News Condo Haven for Harlem
Apr 09, 2005 New York Post Go North, Pay Less
Aug 19, 2004 CNN/Money Something's afoot in Harlem
Aug 02, 2004 The New York Observer Goodbye, Mr. Chips!
Mar 01, 2004 afro Centric News Amanda Jhones: The Lady with the Midas Touch
Oct 01, 2003 The Real Deal In Harlem, What s Possible And What s Hype

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