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About Us

NC REALTORS® is a non-profit trade association founded in 1921 and incorporated on Sept. 14, 1935. From an initial membership of 135, NC REALTORS® today has a membership of 54,000 real estate professionals representing 45 local associations statewide. NC REALTORS® is one of the largest and most influential state associations in North Carolina.

Greensboro Headquarters

4511 Weybridge Lane
Greensboro, NC 27407

(336) 294-1415  phone
(336) 299-7872  fax 

Raleigh Office

309 N Blount Street
Raleigh, NC 27601

For media inquiries, please contact Mark Zimmerman at (919) 573-0987 or Email »

For our purposes, the state is divided into 10 regions to assist in the operation of the association. Each region has an elected vice president that is responsible for coordinating activities in his or her area on behalf of the association.

NC REALTORS® is dedicated to providing the opportunities and resources that aid our members. Our mission statement is succinct: “To promote the success of our members and enhance the Quality of Life in North Carolina.” We further pledge to: preserve and promote the right to own, transfer and use real property; maintain a leadership role in the legislative, political and regulatory process; promote and maintain the highest ethical standards; develop and provide the best education, products and services; and promote housing affordability.

NC REALTORS® is headquartered in Greensboro near Grandover Resort and is easily accessible from Interstate 85 and Interstate 40. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


What is a REALTOR®?

A REALTOR® is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® who is required to abide by a strict Code of Ethics. The term REALTOR® is a registered trademark of the National Association of REALTORS®, and misuse of the term is a trademark violation. To become a REALTOR®, a person who holds a real estate license may join their local REALTOR® Association, which makes them automatically a member of the State and National Associations.

How do I become a REALTOR®?

Before becoming a REALTOR®, you first must earn a real estate license. All North Carolina real estate professionals are licensed by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission (NCREC).

If you have an active North Carolina real estate license and are interested in becoming a REALTOR®, please contact the local board/association of REALTORS® nearest you for additional information on becoming a member.

Once you have your license, consider taking an extra step toward competence and professionalism by joining your local, state, and national associations of REALTORS®. Then, and only then, may you legally use the term “REALTOR®” following your name – a symbol that identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the REALTOR® family and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics.

To join, ask your broker which local association of REALTORS® he or she belongs, then contact that local board for an application and additional instructions.

What is the NC REALTORS®?

NC REALTORS® (registered as The North Carolina Association of REALTORS® with the Secretary of State) is a trade association dedicated to providing members with opportunities and resources that help them do their jobs better. Our mission statement is succinct: “To promote the success of our members and enhance the Quality of Life in North Carolina.” The headquarters office is located at 4511 Weybridge Lane in Greensboro and can be reached at 336-294-1415.

What is the North Carolina Real Estate Commission?

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission (“Commission”) is an independent state governmental agency. The Commission’s primary function is to license and regulate real estate agents (persons and firms who sell, lease, etc. real estate for others). North Carolina’s 80,000-plus real estate agents are licensed as brokers. The Commission office is located at 1313 Navaho Drive in Raleigh and can be reached at 919-875-3700.

How do I file a complaint against a REALTOR®?

Complaints against REALTORS® should be filed with the NC Real Estate Commission. Click here for details on the procedure to file a complaint with the Commission.

How do I setup my Transactions (zipForm® Edition) account? Is there a fee?

Transactions (zipForm® Edition) is the official forms software for NC REALTORS®. The online version is available to you, as a member benefit, at no cost.

First-time users: You must have a login to the NAR website to set up an account with Transactions (zipForm® Edition). If you don’t have one set up, go to, click on “Sign In” on the top right. Click “Register” at the top of the login box and choose your own username and password. To set up an account with Transactions (zipForm® Edition), visit and follow the steps, selecting NC REALTORS® from the drop down menu of associations. When the login window appears, log into the NAR site with the credentials you just set up. Choose your own username and password for your Transactions (zipForm® Edition) account when requested. Once you complete this initial registration, logging in at Transactions (zipForm® Edition) on subsequent visits will take only seconds.

Transactions (zipForm® Edition) is synched with the NAR database. If you have any changes to your company name, address, email or phone numbers, simply follow the directions here. Your changes will automatically update in Transactions (zipForm® Edition).

In addition to Transactions (zipForm® Edition)’s excellent, user-friendly website, customer service support is available 24 hours per day Monday through Friday and 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on weekends and holidays by calling (586) 840-0140.

What do I do if I'm having trouble with my Transactions (zipForm® Edition) account?

For issues regarding Transactions (zipForm® Edition), please contact their Tech Support Line 24 hours per day Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends and holidays by calling (586) 840-0140.

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