Amy E. Carroll

Amy E. Carroll

President, Principal

As President of TradeMark Properties, Amy leads the company’s mission to help our clients realize their real estate goals.  This is achieved by a strong focus on our core values: commitment to excellence, character, community, capability, and creativity.  With over 17 years of commercial real estate experience in Raleigh and real estate experience in other sectors prior to,  Amy oversees TradeMark’s strategic goals and is responsible for their execution. She works closely across all departments leading employees and brokers to exceed client expectations.  Amy also provides oversight to the company financial budgeting and reporting and ensures all company resources are allocated properly.

Amy began her real estate career in multi-family and residential before transitioning to commercial, giving her a unique perspective and well-rounded approach to each asset class. Before joining TradeMark, she worked for CBRE, Avison Young and Capital Associates, managing Class A office, retail, and flex properties throughout the Triangle area.

Amy is respected among her peers in commercial real estate and is involved in several industry organizations. She served as the Past- President of BOMA Raleigh-Durham and is an active member of the Band Together Community Advisory Board, the Frankie Lemmon School of Development Committee, and the Raleigh Chamber Women’s Leadership Conference Task Force. She is a member of Triangle CREW, IREM, Broads, among other professional networking groups.  Amy is actively involved in local fundraising most recently focused on the Frankie Lemmon School, Produce Project, Me Fine Foundation, Dress for Success, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Wake SPCA, and the No Woman, No Girl Initiative.


Triangle Business Journal – 40 Under 40 (2020)

Women in Business – Leader in Finance (2022)

GlobeSt. Women of Influence – Corporate Real Estate (2022)

Connect CRE Women in Real Estate Award (2022)


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Cary, NC

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