Amanda Foster

Commercial Agent
(615) 420-0677

Leading the commercial division of CHORD Real Estate is quite a natural fit for Amanda Foster given her 11+ years of direct experience in economic development here in Middle Tennessee.  She got her start in Paris, TX and worked her way through college in NM doing bookkeeping for 11 radio stations throughout the region and hosted a morning talk show on the local country station. Amanda graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from New Mexico State University and then made her way to Music City!

Building on her years of experience in both the creative and financial side of the business of radio, Amanda found herself entranced by the entire field of economic development eventually helping small and medium sized businesses in retention, expansion and other forms of consulting.  She found she had a knack for connecting business owners with the right space as well as with the tools necessary to run a successful business.  In addition to her official career, Amanda developed a small business of her own in real estate investment that ultimately drew her to formally join the fraternity of Realtors and all that entails.  

After more than a decade working in and through area Chambers of Commerce, Amanda decided it was time to combine her years of experience with her passion for real estate.  Amanda’s approach to commercial real estate is second to none melding her signature tenacity with heart and an attention to detail that leaves no stone unturned on behalf of her clients.  Under Amanda’s leadership, CHORD Real Estate’s commercial division truly delivers a professional, yet red carpet experience with  the same level of unmatched services for which the residential division has quickly become so well known throughout the region.      

When not working with area businesses on real estate, Amanda can be found coaching CrossFit with her husband, Scott, as well as spending time with friends and family and taking in the vast array of live music options throughout Nashville.