September 23, 2022
NC REALTORS® Rock! Congratulations to all of the dedicated NC REALTORS® PAC contributors for raising $1,158,334. This EXCEEDS our dollar goal for 2022! The good news does not stop here! We are close to reaching our Major Investor Goal of 358 Investors. We are currently at 331. We might even reach our participation goal of 35% before we head into October, how exciting is that! With your dedication to the NC REALTORS® PAC, our participation goal is currently 34.12%. Congratulations to all RPAC Investors for making 2022 yet another record-breaking year!
Let’s celebrate your success together by joining us on October 6, 2022 for our fifth annual #iBackthePAC day! #iBackthePAC Day is a celebration of NC REALTORS® PAC and the people who invest in the REALTOR® Party and our industry.
Here is how you can join us in celebrating NC REALTORS® PAC today, October 6, 2022:
- Post on Social Media! Join us in a social celebration by using the hashtags: #iBackthePAC #NCREALTORSPAC #invest4impact. Post a picture/video of you wearing your pin, supporting our industry and telling your #iBackthePAC story.
- Wear Your 2022 Investor Pin! We want to see all of our investors wearing their pins proudl on October 6, 2022 to show everyone just how strong the #PoweroftheR is.
- #Hashtag It! Use the hashtag #iBackthePAC in your social media post
- Learn more! For more information on NC REALTORS® PAC, please visit www.ncrealtors.org/invest.
We hope you will join us in the celebration!
NC Homeowners Alliance
Would you like to be a voice for homeowners across the state? The NC Homeowners Alliance (NCHA) Committee is now accepting applications for an At-Large Committee seat for a two-year term (2023-2024). The NCHA represents the interests of property owners in the General Assembly and raises awareness of issues and legislation that affect consumers' most important investment: their home. Apply here. For more information, please email Katharine Wendt.
Statewide Polling Results
In the August 5th edition of the Advocate, we provided results from a poll on statewide issues. We thought you would be interested in seeing additional responses from the poll.
When looking at the top issues for voters Inflation and crime are the top priorities. Fifty-six percent of voters rank inflation as an extremely high priority and 33% rank it as a high priority. So where does increasing housing affordability rank? Thirty-three percent of voters see it as an extremely high priority while 32% see it as a high priority.
It is quite encouraging to see that housings issues are resonating with voters. Please click here to see how housing concerns rank in your area.
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