With over 25 years of experience in business and entrepreneurship, Rhonda Copp values success as helping others achieve their goals. As owner/broker-in-charge at Real Estate Property Management and Sales (RPMS) of Charlotte, she is managing a one-stop shop for real estate including sales, property management, lending and legal services.
Rhonda holds a full Broker’s license in North and South Carolina. Her Past projects include “The Arlington” high-rise in Southend and Belmont Reserve in Belmont. Her past achievements have ranged from marketing and selling out two D.R. Horton townhome communities to serving as the project lead for “The Abbott Townhomes,” a Tony Pressley and MECA Property.
Her career in real estate began six years ago as the office manager of My Townhome Realty where she quickly advanced as the owners’ personal assistant. Then, she escalated, yet again, to the role of property manager. Feeling the need to challenge herself even more, Rhonda quickly moved upward to a buyer’s and listing agent, all the while, maintaining her property manager status. Read more about Rhonda >>
Crosby Livingston is an attorney with Knipp Law Office, and is licensed in both North Carolina and South Carolina. After growing up in Irmo, SC, he graduated from Clemson University with a B.S. in Microbiology before moving to Charlotte and obtaining his J.D. from the Charlotte School of Law. In his free time, Crosby enjoys traveling, listening to live music, exploring Charlotte, and of course, rooting on his Clemson Tigers.
Joshua Townsend Knipp is a licensed North Carolina and South Carolina lawyer, based in the Charlotte, NC area. As owner of Knipp Law Office, PLLC, Josh focuses his firm’s practice on real estate matters. Josh is originally from Defiance, Ohio and graduated from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland before graduating from Wake Forest University School of Law.
Josh is happily married to Amanda Tremante Knipp and they have two sons, Jackson and Parker, and one daughter Olivia. Josh spends his free time with his family and at the baseball field, either coaching t-ball or representing professional ball players, while also enjoying all Wake Forest, Cleveland and Defiance sports.