As a leader in the real estate community for more than 40 years Joy Bailey can sell your property. Joy’s had the good fortune of having opened doors for many folks in the real estate business, especially women. When she started in the business, there were only a handful of women in the real estate industry, each working very hard to get ahead in the business. Because of hard work, Joy has pioneered her company into a multi-million dollar sales organization.
Rewards have been bountiful for Joy thru the years with repeat business from clients and their friends and families. She has also been recognized by colleagues as a leader and a life member of the Top Producers Club for the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors for multi-million dollar sales production. She has also experienced the good fortune of being the first woman "REALTOR of the YEAR", first woman "President of the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)" for the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors, President of the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors, the first "Chairman of the Year" award for outstanding contributions to the real estate industry, regional vice-president for the SC Association of Realtors, Board of Directors for American Federal Savings and Loan Association, Board of Directors for the Better Business Bureau of the Foothills, advisor board for First Citizens Bank, SC Governor's Housing Board and the Community Housing Resource Board.
Joy has volunteered on committees for the aged and homeless, as well as sponsored events for 10 years for Greenville Retirement Center for the mentally and physically handicapped residence. She participates in the American Cancer Society fund raising events, Muscular Dystrophy Association events and the March of Dimes Mothers March.
Mr. Bailey graduated from Francis Marion University in Florence, SC with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1986 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the U. S. Marine Corps. After initial training, Mr. Bailey was assigned as the Assistant Programming Officer to the Second Force Service Support Group’s Information Systems Management Office aboard Camp Lejeune, NC. In 1996, Mr. Bailey was advanced to Candidacy for the Doctor of Business Administration in Strategic Management from the U. S. International University in San Diego. During this period, Mr. Bailey was promoted to Major while serving in Reserve Units aboard Camp Pendleton, CA and Camp Lejeune, NC. In 2000, Mr. Bailey was selected to command the Fourth Force Service Support Group’s Communications Company in Greensboro, NC. While the Commanding Officer, Mr. Bailey completed the Marine Corps Command and Staff Weekend College held in Atlanta, GA. From 1998 to 2002, Mr. Bailey was the Director of Computer Technology Services for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. Mr. Bailey also taught graduate school for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte as an Adjunct Faculty member. From 2002 to 2005, Mr. Bailey was mobilized for the Global War on Terrorism as the Force Information Management Officer assigned to Marine Corps Forces Pacific/Marine Corps Forces Central at Camp Smith, Hawaii and Tampa, FL. During this time, Mr. Bailey was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. Mr. Bailey completed the Air War College Seminar program at Hickham Air Force Base, Hawaii. Mr. Bailey completed several deployments including to the Middle East in support of Iraqi Freedom. Mr. Bailey is now a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve assigned as the Commanding Officer of Marine Wing Communications Squadron-48 in Great Lakes, Ill. Mr. Bailey will complete the Joint Forces Staff College, Joint Professional Military Education II program in December 2005.
Mr. Bailey has earned the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal (second award), the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Korean Defense Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal (second award), the Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with mobilization M), and the Selected Marine Corps Reserve Medal (third award).
Mr. Bailey is now the Vice President of Development for Joy Real Estate in Greenville, SC. Joy Real Estate is the largest independent real estate company in South Carolina.
Mr. Bailey’s list of major guest speaking engagements include Georgia Southern University, the International Association of Police Chiefs conference in Toronto, the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges Conference in Charlotte, and the Institute of Justice conference in San Diego. His presentations on strategic management, project management, and strategic information management are insightful and useful to all who attend.
Mr. Bailey is married to the former Kristin Phillips of Charlotte, NC. They have two daughters.
Pam Bailey-Davis, President, joined JOY Real Estate in 1987 as Accounting Manager and has held several supervisory and management positions, including Vice President of Operations. She has been an invaluable part of JOY Real Estate and the growth in which the company has seen and makes a positive impact on the success of JOY Real Estate for the future endeavors of the business.
Pam Bailey-Davis received an Accounting Degree from Clemson University. She is a Broker Associate with e-PRO and GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute) designations. She is also an active member of the Greater Greenville Association of REALTORS.
Pleasantly aggresive and assertive in meeting all your real estate needs! Top Producer for Joy Real Estate since 1998! Over 98% of all Listing SOLD!!! Recognized in 2000 as Top 10% of Agents Nation Wide. Multi-Million Dollar Producer.