The North Carolina Association of REALTORS® (“NC REALTORS®”) cleared the final hurdle in its purchase of the historic Heck-Andrews House in downtown Raleigh. Purchased as a part of Governor Pat McCrory’s Project Phoenix, the final closing price for the property was $1.5 million. NC REALTORS® was represented by the Ragsdale Liggett law firm and partner, Robert Ramseur in the transaction.
NC REALTORS®’ Executive Committee and Board of Directors recently approved Wilmington, North Carolina, as the site for the 2018 Conference & Expo. Over 1,000 REALTORS®, vendors, partners, staff, and affiliates from across the state are expected to attend, as this is the first time the annual event is being held in the coastal city.
The North Carolina Association of REALTORS® recently received approval from the North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State for its assumed name or DBA – NC REALTORS®. Rooted in a strategy to better align the association in the real estate industry and with its members and consumers, the new brand identify, including the name and modified logo, will be primarily used to market to its members, consumers, partners, and the public.
The Home Ownership Matters effort, backed by the National Association of REALTORS®, provides timely, relevant and useful information about real estate, finance and policy issues for homeowners and prospective homeowners.
Christina Louise Kessinger, REALTOR® with Asheville Realty Group, was found Friday afternoon seriously injured in a parking lot. She had been brutally stabbed with a screwdriver. Although paramedics were able to revive her briefly, she died at the hospital later that day. A man has been charged with the murder and is in custody.
Several female real estate professionals in Greenville, S.C. have recently received phone calls from a man threatening violent sex crimes against family members.