Allen Tate Realtors names Alison Smith as SouthPark office Manager

We are so excited to have Alison Smith named as Broker in Charge of our flagship Allen Tate office in SouthPark.  Alison is not new to the company.  She most recently headed up our Charlotte Center City office and has had lots of experience in the Charlotte Residential Real Estate Industry.  
Posted on: June 26, 2024 by Allen Tate Realtors. 

Allen Tate Companies, the Carolinas’ leading real estate company, has named Alison Smith as branch leader and broker-in-charge of the company’s Charlotte-SouthPark office.

In this role, Smith will oversee branch operations and lead and grow a team of more than 75 Allen Tate Realtors® and staff. Since 2021, she has successfully led the Charlotte-Center City office as branch leader.

Smith is the recipient of multiple Allen Tate awards, including Purpose and Pride, the 2023 Rising Star Leadership Award, and No. 1 Office of the Year – Small Branch. She has served on the Allen Tate Leadership Advisory Council and has co-chaired the company’s annual FUNday fundraiser for public education in 2022 and 2023.

A seasoned professional, Smith has worked in the real estate industry for 15 years, including positions as director of agent development, managing broker and Realtor licensed in North and South Carolina. She is an accomplished luxury agent and holds an International Luxury Specialist Designation.

Prior to her real estate career, she worked as a licensed financial advisor in the securities industry and in management and marketing positions in technology, healthcare, and service industries. She attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and DeSales University in Pennsylvania with a focus in marketing and business.

She is an active supporter of Alzheimer’s and dementia research, as well as a contributor to the American Cancer Society and Tate Cares.

“Alison brings enthusiasm, drive and energy to everything she touches. She is a highly capable leader who has distinguished herself as a proven luxury agent and manager,” said Stephanie Gossett, regional vice president, Allen Tate Realtors, Charlotte. “She is the right person for this important role.”

“Alison has demonstrated great success in her leadership role at Charlotte-Center City, and has continued to grow in her knowledge and experience as a coach and mentor. We’re excited that she has accepted this new role and we are confident that she will continue to excel,” said Gary Scott, president, Allen Tate Companies

Smith has been a resident of the Charlotte area for more than 24 years. She makes her home in Uptown’s SouthEnd and in Lake Norman. She has two children, Cooper, who attends the University of South Carolina majoring in business and finance, and Abby, a high school senior. She enjoys music, art, yoga, golf, boating, exploring, and spending time with her miniature Bernedoodle. .

To contact an agent in the Allen Tate Charlotte SouthPark office, call 704-364-6400.

About Allen Tate Companies
Allen Tate Companies is the Carolinas’ leading real estate company, based on closed transaction sides, with more than 70 offices and 1,800 Realtors® in the Charlotte, Triad, Triangle, High Country, Highlands/Cashiers and Asheville/Mountain regions of North Carolina and the Upstate region of South Carolina. Allen Tate provides real estate, mortgage, insurance, and relocation services throughout the entire homeownership life cycle. We are committed to providing and protecting quality of life for the communities we serve. For more information, visit

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