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Realtors Take Legislative Concerns to General Assembly

WRAR Members met with Rep. Susi Hamilton for a legislative update on issues impacting real estate in the Wilmington region.

RALEIGH, N.C. (June 18, 2014) – Last Wednesday, members of the Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors® (WRAR) boarded a charter bus bound for the General Assembly in downtown Raleigh, NC. The group of fervent members were eager to advocate on behalf of their clients and fellow Realtors® by participating in the North Carolina Association of Realtors® (NCAR) 2014 Legislative Day.
The twelve WRAR members aboard the bus were accompanied by a group of members from the Brunswick County Association of Realtors® (BCAR). Upon arrival, both groups joined in a rally were many state representatives from the House and Senate took time to address all NCAR members before venturing out to speak with their constituent members.
WRAR members met with Representatives Frank Iler, Susi Hamilton and Ted Davis Jr. as well as Senator Bill Rabon. “It was great to have a chance to visit with constituents face to face,” said Senator Rabon. “I always enjoy that and make it a priority on my schedule.”
“We had a great meeting with Susi Hamilton,” said WRAR President Jody Wainio. “It’s good to know we’ve got someone in our corner when it comes to our core local and state issues.” WRAR members advocated on behalf of the real estate industry, discussing topics ranging from budget provisions, economic development issues and homeowners insurance legislation.
The NCAR Legislative Meetings are extremely important to Realtors® across North Carolina. Together, we can make a difference at our state capital and ensure our voices are heard! Stay informed about upcoming events and legislative issues affecting real estate by visiting
As the Wilmington region’s voice of real estate, the Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors® (WRAR) strives to protect the private property rights for local real estate consumers while enhancing the individual and corporate careers of its members. For further information on this topic and others, please visit or contact a Realtor® in your area today.
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