The Real Estate Commission is currently searching for a Director of Education and Licensing.
One week post-Hurricane Matthew, and many areas of North Carolina are still actively impacted by devastating floods. NC REALTORS® has been in direct contact with most of the local associations affected by the storm to offer moral support, resources, and financial support, and we’ve mobilized non-perishable goods and supply deliveries into the hardest hit regions.
“Why?” It’s a preschooler’s favorite word and your agents’ best friend and worst enemy when it comes to actually finding out why a potential buyer is looking for a home. Just asking why is a good start, but without digging deeper, it can come across as more of a business question than a desire to truly understand what the customer is thinking and experiencing.
As most of you are aware, our state suffered tremendous losses – in lives and personal property damage – last week as the result of Hurricane Matthew. While the storm is over, many areas in North Carolina are currently feeling the aftereffects in terms of flooding, power outages, and structural damage across the state. Some areas may experience further damage, extending the disaster period, due to continued flooding in the storm’s aftermath, and evacuations in many areas are actively taking place. Multiple counties are covered under federal disaster declarations and are eligible for federal, SBA, and other disaster assistance.