Amanda Sarnes

Email:  amanda.sarnes@yourfloridaloan.com 
Phone: 407-702-7302

Amanda brings expertise from her 13 years as a licensed Real Estate Broker to every transaction. With first-hand knowledge of what Buyers, Sellers, and Realtors want and need in their Lender, Amanda takes pride in not only meeting but EXCEEDING those expectations through developing relationships and programs between her mortgage business and her clients.

As Director of Marketing for the Home Team, Amanda is the social media, content marketing, and communications strategist for Home Team Lending. She leads Public Relations for all special events, product launches, and sponsorship opportunities. Having opened our 2nd Volusia County location in Daytona Beach in 2017, Amanda also stepped back into production as a Loan Officer, and founded The Mortgage Mamas in 2019.  

Amanda loves to share the story of Home Team Lending’s “Realtor-centric” culture which is a different approach to lending; born from the literal and figurative marriage between a lender and a Realtor: which has been her life since 2000 when she met Manny and started a family and a dream. Communication and integrity are of paramount importance for building solid relationships and are the very tools Amanda has used to create seamless mortgage transactions for hundreds of happy borrowers.  Amanda and her husband Manny live in DeLand and have 4 wonderful children. You’ll find Team Sarnes spending time either on or in the water, or traveling around in their RV.

Amanda has served on the Board of the Childhood Cancer Foundation, Chairman for the 2017 Annual CCF Gala, and also is an active member of the Krewe of Amalee in DeLand. Amanda enjoys being an Affiliate Member with the West Volusia Association of Realtors, the Daytona Beach Area Association of Realtors, and the New Smyrna Board of Realtors.  She is an active member with Women’s Council of Realtors, having served on the Board as Membership Director for the Daytona Beach Area Women’s Council from 2017-2019 and was awarded Humanitarian of the Year for that Network in 2017.