Announcing New Leadership

INLET BEACH, FLA. –  Rosemary Beach Realty is pleased to announce Amanda Hampel has been promoted to vice president and broker. She will continue to serve as general counsel for Rosemary Beach Holdings and its subsidiary companies.

“Amanda is bringing teamwork at our brokerage to a new level,” Rosemary Beach Realty owner, Mike Rose, said. “We are excited for her future in this new role and the continued development of the Rosemary Beach Realty team.”

Prior to moving to Florida in 2012, Hampel practiced law in Knoxville, Tenn., but she quickly became interested in real estate upon arriving on 30A. Hampel joined Rosemary Beach Realty in 2013 as an office manager while studying for the Florida Bar Exam. Soon after obtaining her law license, Rosemary Beach Holdings’ ownership promoted her to general counsel of all its subsidiary companies, including Rosemary Beach Realty. In addition to being a licensed Florida Real Estate Broker, Hampel is also licensed to practice law in the states of Florida, Tennessee and South Carolina.

“Through the years, I have worked closely with the Rosemary Beach Realty agents as general counsel, but I am honored to take on another role as the broker to ensure our agents and customers receive the best advice and guidance in the real estate industry on 30A,” Hampel said.

Hampel, her husband Jonathan, their son Rowland, and two dogs, Dizzy and Jelly Roll, live in Point Washington on the Choctawhatchee Bay. In her spare time, she enjoys playing tennis and soccer, traveling, concert-going, boating, and following her alma mater in all sports – the Tennessee Volunteers. She is also proud to be a member of Point Washington United Methodist Church, the Walton County Bar Association and serves as secretary of the Board of Directors for the Rosemary Beach Foundation, a board which she has served on since 2014.

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