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Welcome to the Union County Assocation of Realtors®, Inc.


 

The Union County Association  of REALTORS®  is a professional trade association representing the real estate industry in Union and Anson counties.  In cooperation with the National Association of REALTORS® and the North Carolina Association of REALTORS®,  we are part of the largest and most influential professional trade organizations in the country, this partnership affords members access to a multitude of programs, resources, education and industry briefi

ng that enhances their effectiveness in assisting clients and consumers with all their real estate needs.

When making major financial or legal decisions, most of us turn to a dedicated and experienced professional knowledgeable in their field.  It is equally important for consumers to seek a professional advisor to guide them through every aspect of a real estate transaction.  Whether buying , selling or making an investment, finding properties that fit the criteria, and providing objective information about the property , are exactly where a REALTOR® can and will put all their experience and resources to work for clients.

In a marketplace flooded with real estate companies, REMEMBER, only those professionals who choose membership in a REALTOR® association like Union County Association of REALTORS®, are truly REALTORS®.  It is not a generic term to describe all individuals who hold a real estate license.  As a registered trademark of the National Association of REALTORS®, it designates a practitioner as a member who ascribes to the highest standards of professional practice and the REALTOR® Code of Ethics. The REALTOR® Code of Ethics provides a meaningful guide to appropriate business conduct in dealings with clients, customers, the public, and each other.  Adherence to the Code helps each REALTOR® navigate through our ever-changing industry, and its complex legal environment. 


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CE for Sept. 7th at Rolling Hills Country Club


Complete your Continuing Ed in one day at beautiful Rolling Hills Country Club in Union County on Wednesday, Sept. 7th, 2016! General Update and BIC Update courses offered in the morning (8:30 - 12:30 am) and Code of Ethics/Elective offered in the afternoon (1:30 - 5:30 pm) by Superior School of Real Estate with teachers Bill Gallagher and Deborah Cox. If you stay the full day, lunch will be provided.

Email Carol Hinson at ucarmonroenc@gmail.com for payment and details. Hurry! Deadline to sign up is Friday, Sept. 2nd.

 


Encouraging Economic News for North Carolina


  We learned some encouraging economic news for our state when we attended the NCAR Legislative Meetings in Raleigh in June. We are thankful for our hard-working legislators and for all they do on behalf of North Carolina residents and the real estate industry.   http://www.nc.gop/north-carolina-economic-report-card/

     


REALTORS, CALL for ACTION



Get Out and VOTE on Tuesday, June 7th.


Make sure to get out and vote on June 7th.  Click here to find out where and when to vote: http://www.co.union.nc.us/Government/BoardofElections.aspx

  

 

 


Beautifying Union County


Union County Realtors took to the streets April 14, 2016 in Indian Trail - in particular Wesley Chapel Stouts Road - and cleaned up all of the litter along this main thoroughfare. Giving back to our communities and helping in a small way to keep them beautiful!


Carson Baucom Interview with Enquirer Journal


  

 


Union County Board for 2016


 Union County Association of Realtors in Monroe, North Carolina.

Published by Ralph RicciJanuary 27

The 2016 UCAR Board of Directors met on January 14th for the first organizational meeting on the new year. Pictured, L to R, are: Cheyanne Nash, Secretary, KW Union County; Angela Macy, The Real Estate Link; Ralph Ricci, Treasurer, KW Ballantyne; Heather Brown, Farms & Estates Realty, Inc.; Cindy French, The French Team Realty; Myron Williams, 2016 President, Century 21 Providence Realty; Mary Ross, President Elect (2017), Ross & Associates Real Estate, Inc.;and Bill Thomas, Bill Thomas Realty Associates, Inc.

 
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Book Drive at Wingate Elementary


 

Thank you to everyone that donated books to our book drive. The children at Wingate Elementary were very happy to see us this morning.

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Meet and Greet Breakfast April 2016


Breakfast meeting at Spiro's Hilltop Restaurant gave the opportunity to hear from our local candidates running for office...Gordon Daniels from District 69, NC House of Rep. Dean Arp, Commissioner Richard Helms, Pam Demaria running for Union Co. Commissioner, Robert Palmer running for Union Co. Court Judge and Todd Johnson running for Congress.


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NCRPAC Contributions to local politicians Dean Arp & Tommy Tucker