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Pamela Betts named Director of Operations and Finance at Legacy Real Estate Advisors.

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Legacy Real Estate Advisors, LLC, has announced the promotion of Pamela Betts from Business Office Manager to Director of Operations and Finance.

Betts received her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration at the University of Maine. She relocated to Charlotte from the coast of Maine and joined Legacy in March of 2015, overseeing all aspects of the business office administration, including marketing, accounting, general office management, as well as updating Legacy's compliance and electronic document storage systems.

Prior to joining Legacy, Betts had a long career in office management and entrepreneurship. She operated a seafood dealership and restaurant in the resort area of Deer Isle, Maine.

"I am totally enjoying the challenge of supporting this amazing team at Legacy and learning about the dynamic, expanding commercial real estate industry in Charlotte," she said. "I am grateful to principals at Legacy who have given me the freedom and support as this role has grown and evolved, and I look forward to the future growth and challenges here at Legacy."

Betts enjoys hiking in the mountains and is enjoying discovering the Southern Appalachians after years of being in love with New England landscape. She has a large extended family of brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews in Charlotte, along with five children and five grandchildren on the coast of Maine.


Legacy Real Estate Services, LLC, provides a full complement of commercial real estate services to owners and users of office, land, investment, retail and industrial properties in Charlotte and throughout North and South Carolina. Legacy's professionals have more than 100 years of combined experience in the real estate field. Our partners draw experience from divergent backgrounds ranging from technology and commercial banking to real estate development and investment banking. Legacy's brokerage services include project leasing, tenant representation, sales and divestitures. We focus primarily on urban markets in the metro-Charlotte area. However, we also place a heavy emphasis on corridor development in suburban areas of the Charlotte Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). (

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Publication:The Mecklenburg Times (Charlotte, NC)
Geographic Code:1U1ME
Date:May 21, 2019
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