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48% of respondents state association social forums are important to them (Association Matters, 2013)

Member engagement is the ultimate testament to the value of the benefits and services offered. We measure member engagement as a litmus test to determine how well we are serving members, and we believe members get more from their membership with increased involvement – in committees, diversity programs, social media channels and forums, and community projects. Learn how you can maximize your membership and get engaged with NC REALTORS® here.

Committees

Committees help shape the direction of NC REALTORS® and its policies. Serving on an NC REALTORS® committee furthers your professional development by providing leadership experience, expanding your professional network, and strengthening your ties within the association. What’s more, committee members are directly involved in identifying new opportunities, guiding projects, and offering their expertise.

Below is a brief description of current NC REALTORS® committees and advisory groups. The committee application and selection processes are currently closed. Members interested in serving on a 2019 committee may submit a committee application, available in June.

  • Bylaws Committee: Oversees the NC REALTORS® bylaws that govern the association. (2-year term)
  • Diversity Committee: Develops programs and policies to help manage the risk of housing discrimination and equal professional services. (2-year term)
  • Information Management Advisory Group: Reflects on and anticipates the communication needs of membership by exploring ways to promote and increase the use of electronic media. (1-year term)
  • Legislative Committee: Monitors legislation and agency regulatory issues that affects the real estate industry and builds an effective grass root network to achieve NC REALTORS® legislative and political goals. (1-year term)
  • Professional Standards Committee: Promotes REALTOR® adherence to the Code of Ethics and maintains the Grievance and Professional Standards hearing process. (3-year term)
  • Risk Management Advisory Group: Identifies current and potential areas of liability to REALTORS® to assist in managing the risks of doing business. (1-year term)
  • Residential Forms Committee: Reviews and develops the standard residential real estate forms used by REALTORS®. Important Note: Service on the Residential Forms Committee is from July 1 to June 30. If selected to serve on the Forms Committee, your term will begin July 1, 2015 and end on June 31, 2016. This committee may meet up to 10 times a year in Greensboro, thus requiring an extensive time commitment. (1-year term)


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