NC REALTOR® appointed to North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board

Raleigh, North Carolina (January 30, 2018) – NC REALTORS® is pleased to announce the appointment of 2003 NC REALTORS® President Connie Corey to the North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board by Governor Roy Cooper. Connie previously served as NC REALTORS®’ representative on the Board from 2003-2005.

“Connie is an excellent choice to re-join the Board after a 12-year absence,” said Andrea Bushnell, Esq., NC REALTORS® CEO. “She is a consummate advocate of the profession and a wonderful representative of our association and its members.”

Corey is a Broker with Aldridge and Southerland REALTORS® in Greenville and has held a North Carolina real estate license for more than 30 years. She has held numerous leadership positions at the local, state, and national level, including serving as the 2000 president of the Greenville-Pitt Association of REALTORS® and as a member of the National Association of REALTORS® Board of Directors for nine years. In 2000, Corey was named the NC REALTOR® of the Year, and in 2015, she received the NC REALTORS® Lifetime Achievement Award.

“I am extremely excited about this opportunity to represent the state’s real estate industry as a part of the Board,” said Corey. “I look forward to continuing the long tradition of the professionalism and consumer protection for which the Board has become known.”



NC REALTORS® is a non-profit trade association, representing more than 42,000 members and 48 local associations throughout the state of North Carolina. NC REALTORS® serves to promote the success of its members and enhance the quality of life in North Carolina by promoting housing affordability and the protection of private property rights. Founded in 1921, the association is headquartered in Greensboro, with an additional office in Raleigh. For more information on the association, visit

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