Executive Report: Doing things better, part 2

Updating our committees, getting you involved By Anne Marie Howard, CEO     Who says nothing gets done in summer? I’m happy to report that the Association Board of Directors approved the recommendations of the Internal Structural Review Task Force, which met this summer to update and improve our committee structure. As you consider what committees you’d like to […]

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Save the date!

Make plans to attend the Sept. 20 Association Candidate Fish Fry By Melissa Uhink, Account Executive   Our annual Fish Fry event is 4-7 p.m. on Sept. 20 in the association parking lot at 1136  Greenwood Cliff. Bring the family for a fun night with local and state candidates, elected officials, and hundreds of area Realtors®. […]

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We want YOU!

Sign up now for a 2013 committee so your voice is heard By Michele DiDonato Vice President Risk Management     Are you someone who likes to be “in the know”? Do you like to get involved and work on projects? If this sounds like you, then please consider becoming involved in your association through […]

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Industry Notes

Agent/agency activity The Allen Tate Company is now producing a real estate video update called Carolinas Market Update. In addition, the firm named Michele Early as sales manager for the SouthPark office. RE/MAX Executive has added Greg Hero and Ann Trefry (Cornelius); Terri Albertson and J. Casey Ballard (Ballantyne); Corrine Deuel (Mooresville); and Eddie Blanton, […]

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Education-July/August 2012

Have you satisfied the Code of Ethics requirement? By Mike Caesar Deputy administrator of education services Every four years, all members of the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) must complete at least 2.5 hours of approved ethics training. This quadrennial requirement is separate from any requirements you might have as a licensee. For example, North Carolina real […]

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Legislative Insider-July/August 2012

RPAC and the Realtor® Party By Elizabeth Barnhardt Government Affairs Director   The association spends a lot of time building relationships with elected officials to educate them on our issues, convey our professional experiences and knowledge, and put a face on the more than 6,000 small-business people in the Charlotte area and their importance to the […]

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Info Tech-July/August 2012

Short-term rentals and the MLS With the DNC coming to town, think about what you need to consider By Debbie Wey, Assistant Director, CMLS Policy   Does the Carolina Multiple Listing Services, Inc. (CMLS) allow listings of short-term rentals, like for the Democratic National Convention (DNC)? The “CMLS Rules and Regulations” do not prohibit the listing of […]

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