I delivered an offer to a listing agent 24 hours ago and just found out that she has not submitted my offer to her seller.

Legal Q&A | May a listing agent wait up to three days before delivering my buyer’s offer?

QUESTION: I delivered an offer to a listing agent 24 hours ago and just found out that she has not submitted my offer to her seller. When I asked why, she told me that she was waiting on two other offers that she expected to receive today, and would be submitting all of the offers to her client simultaneously. Has the listing agent done anything wrong?



Watch the July 2020 Forms Changes overview with Will Martin

Last week, NC REALTORS® General Counsel Will Martin provided a brief overview of the 2020 Forms Changes on Facebook. Did you miss it? No worries! We recorded it, and now offer two ways to watch it:

  1. Join the Mobile Mondays' Facebook group
  2. Watch on YouTube


Complete your 2021 CE on a Royal Caribbean cruise

Ready to get out of the house and travel again? Set sail with NC REALTORS® for our annual CE at Sea educational adventure March 7-14, 2021. Not only will you explore the Eastern Caribbean with your NC REALTORS® colleagues, but you’ll also get the unique opportunity to complete your 2021 Continuing Education at sea with instructor Mark Saunders. BONUS – receive a $50 onboard credit per cabin by completing your registration and cabin assignment before August 24, 2020. LEARN MORE »


Don’t miss the NC REALTORS® PAC Summer Auction

Want to know a great way to make your NC REALTORS® PAC investment for 2020? The NC REALTORS® PAC Summer Auction is going on now and will run through Friday, July 17 at 9:00 p.m. The majority of items have been purchased from local North Carolina businesses. We put our money where our heart is and hope you will do the same. Invest in NC REALTORS® PAC and support our efforts to promote pro-real estate legislation for our business, our clients, and our industry.To get started all you need to do is head over to our auction site and create an account! Start Bidding »


The time to get involved is now! Join an NC REALTORS® Committee

Committees help shape the direction of NC REALTORS® and its policies. Serving on an NC REALTORS® committee furthers your professional development, gives you leadership experience, expands your professional network, and strengthens your ties within the association. What’s more, committee members are directly involved in identifying new opportunities, guiding projects, and offering their expertise. And, you get to travel to NC REALTORS® annual events across the state. Committee areas of interest include legislative, professional standards, diversity & inclusion, forms and more. SIGN ME UP »


What can a CIPS do for me? Increase your earnings!

Foreign buyers purchased $78 billion of US existing homes in 2019. Want a piece of that pie? Join us for the Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) Institute in August and expand your business beyond borders. This is the ideal time to earn this designation – we’re offering it virtual and for the lowest price ever! Register by July 20 to save $100. Register Here »



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