NC REALTOR® President, Amy Hedgecock, appointed to NAR Housing Committee
Greensboro, North Carolina (February 14, 2018) – NC REALTORS® is excited to announce the appointment of 2018 NC REALTORS® President Amy Hedgecock to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Single Family Investment Management Committee as vice chair. Appointed by NAR President-elect John Smaby, this appointment is testament to Hedgecock’s role in the real estate industry, her legacy within property management, her commitment to the REALTOR® association, and her passion for fair housing.
The charge of the committee is to monitor issues and trends in single-family property management and identify areas where advocacy and education is needed with respect to the ownership and management of single-family rental properties.
“Amy is an excellent choice for vice chair of the Single Family Investment Management Committee,” said Andrea Bushnell, Esq., NC REALTORS® CEO. “As an advocate for fair and affordable housing in North Carolina and a third-generation REALTOR® working in that space, Amy’s depth of practical knowledge and in the North Carolina market will be invaluable at the national level.”
Hedgecock is the owner of Fowler & Fowler, REALTORS® – a property management company that specializes in relationships with clients of all types across High Point, Greensboro, Thomasville, Jamestown, and Archdale markets in North Carolina. She is a graduate of East Carolina University, received her Certified Property Manager designation in 2008, and is actively involved in the local, state and national REALTOR® organizations. She served as the Chair of the NC REALTORS® Property Management Division and is the 2018 NC REALTORS® President.
ABOUT NC REALTORS®
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 ncrealtors.org.