Legislative & Regulatory Priorities

Calls for Action

One of the most effective tools in our advocacy efforts are the voices of each and every one of our members. Calls for Action (CFAs) provide an easy and extremely effective way for members to engage with lawmakers on issues that are important to the real estate industry.

There are currently no CFAs.

The leading voice for real estate in North Carolina

NC REALTORS®’ advocacy team tracks numerous bills during the legislative session based on legislative priorities established by the NC REALTORS® Legislative Committee.

The NC General Assembly will convene on Wednesday, April 24, 2024 at 12:00 PM. With this being the second year of the legislative session, only certain bills may be considered by the General Assembly. Bills for consideration include legislation related to the State budget and bills that passed out of the chamber where they were introduced in 2023, to name a few.

NC REALTORS® also monitors regulatory issues discussed at the NC Real Estate Commission, NC Appraisal Board and the NC Home Professional Licensure Board.

Addressing North Carolina Housing Crisis

Housing needs in North Carolina demand immediate attention and sound policy to address the lack of housing availability, especially workforce housing. Population growth is exceeding housing production, which is increasing the cost of homes, outpacing salary and inflation increases.

Short Term Rental Regulations

Property owners should not face restrictions on who they are allowed to rent their property to. Local governments should not regulate or place restrictions that limit the duration or location of short term rentals.

Legislative & Regulatory Liaison

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Pam Melton

Vice President of Advocacy

(919) 573-0992
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Matt Lail

Director of Political & External Communications

919-573-0987 x. 387
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