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How To Get Involved

Your Association prides itself on providing various ways in which its members can "Get Involved" and connected with each other. This is not only how we collectively accomplish growth and conduct the business of the Association, but it's also how we engage with consumers and give back to our local community. Below are all of the current committees and councils available for members to participate. Please review each group's vision and missions as well as the criteria for being involved. You may click on the headings (names) of each committee or council to view more details and contact the coordinating staff member. Thanks for Getting Involved!

Appraisal Network

Purpose of the CFR Appraisal Network

  • Promote ethical and professional real estate appraisal standards.
  • Provide a forum to express appraisers’ concerns to the boards of directors and for the boards to request information from the appraisers.
  • Offer appraisal education opportunities to appraisers, REALTORS®, the banking community, and the public.
  • Provide communication of real estate industry regulations.
  • Provide collaboration and social opportunities.
  • Promote to the public an understanding of the appraisal process and profession.

For more information and to sign-up, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Communications Committee

Communications Committee

To oversee CFR’s internal and external communication programming, including publications, media outreach, and public relations.  Some of the topics, including but not limited to Public Relations, Media Relations, Website Updates, Social Media Platforms, Brand Awareness, Messaging, Video Marketing, Print Marketing, and more!

The mission of the Communications Committee:

To coordinate activities necessary to accomplish the association’s mission and assigned CFR strategic plan goals and objectives.

  • Strengthen our ongoing goal to be the “Voice of Real Estate” across the CFR region;
  • Work in conjunction with staff to develop, deliver and evaluate communications modes and messages;
  • Create a dynamic feedback system to engage and receive input from the public and our members.

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For more information and to sign-up, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Community Affairs

Action in the community through service is equally important to involvement in public policy. Cape Fear REALTORS®  has doubled efforts in the past years and expects this trend to continue modeling the National Association of REALTORS®, that expends a majority of its total resources to this same end.

Advocacy is the new “core” value of Cape Fear REALTORS®, with three primary goals:

1. Maintaining the agent as the center of the real estate transaction;
2. Representing the voice of real estate;
3. Engaging in the community conversation for active representation.

The Community Affairs Committee (CAC) spearheads CFR’s social responsibility efforts through community contribution projects such as our annual REALTOR® Action Day and our year-long FeedILM food drive.

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Community Affairs Committee

Action in the community through service is equally important to involvement in public policy. Cape Fear REALTORS®  has doubled efforts in the past years, and expects this trend to continue modeling the National Association of REALTORS®, that expends a majority of its total resources to this same end.
 
Advocacy is the new “core” value of Cape Fear REALTORS®, with three primary goals:
 
1. Maintaining the agent as the center of the real estate transaction;
2. Representing the voice of real estate;
3. Engaging in the community conversation for active representation.
 
The Community Affairs Committee (CAC) spearheads CFR’s social responsibility efforts through community contribution projects such as our annual REALTOR® Action Day and our year-long FeedILM food drive.

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For more information and to sign-up, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Duplin-Sampson Council

The Duplin-Sampson Council was created in 2015, when the former Duplin-Sampson Association of Realtors® merged with Cape Fear REALTORS®. The original organization was formed in 2002 by local real estate firms in the two-county region, which covers Sampson County (North Carolina's largest county) and Duplin County (North Carolina's 10th largest county).

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Subcategories

Appraisal Division

Communications Committee (CommPros)

Community Affairs Committee

Duplin-Sampson Council

Finance Committee

Grievance Committee

Member Services Committee

Professional Development Committee

Professional Standards Committee

Property Management Division

Young Professionals Network

Executive Roundtable

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