Meet the Team
Debbie Henry grew up in Raleigh, NC. In 1980, she received a BS in Microbiology from NCSU. She worked as a microbiologist for a few years but in 1983, she changed career paths and got her real estate license. Although she started her real estate career solely in sales, she quickly added property management. In 1989, she founded Henry Property Management.
In Debbie’s 3 decades in real estate she has served the local and regional management community in a variety of ways. She has always loved teaching and in 2015, Pam and Debbie co-wrote the NCREC approved Property Management Essentials.
- RMP designation, Residential Management Professional -2012
- MPM designation, Master Property Manager - 2014
- “When a Homeowner becomes a Landlord”-The Cary News. (January 21, 2009)
- “Memoirs of a Property Manager: The Stripper Trashed The House”-Residential Resource magazine (August 2013)
In 2010, Debbie was appointed to the Citizen Issue Review Commission for the Town of Cary.
In 2014, Debbie was elected for a 2 year term on the Board of Governors for the Property Management Division of the North Carolina Association of Realtors.
- Past President of Triangle Chapter of NARPM
- Past President of Property Management Council
A graduate of Vanderbilt University and Tulane Law School, Pamela Vesper began her career as Special Projects Counsel for the NC Secretary of State’s office. Pam joined the North Carolina Real Estate Commission in 1999 and spent the ensuing years as legal counsel for the agency and then senior auditor/investigator for the state. She was named investigator of the year by ARELLO in 2008. While with the Commission, Pam traveled the state as an educator, teaching the North Carolina General Statutes and Administrative Code to real estate licensees, and handling both the Broker-In-Charge course as well as the Basic Trust Account course.
In 2013 Pam left government service to open a boutique law firm in Raleigh that specializes in licensing and real estate issues. Her love of teaching led her to teaching real estate, where she has taught Pre-licensing and Post-licensing classes. She pursued a teaching certificate at Duke University and also teaches at Wake Tech.
Pam’s depth of experience and war stories with the NCREC illuminate her subject matter and give real estate agents and insider’s view into all things real estate. She wrote a CE Class with Debbie Henry, Property Management Essentials, and more are on the way.
She brings all of this to her newest endeavor, the Capital Real Estate School. Join her on an adventure in real estate education!