Real Estate Commission Elects Marsha H. Jordan, Chairman

Marsha H. Jordan of Lincolnton has been elected Chairman of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission for the 2009-2010 term beginning August 1, it was announced by Phillip T. Fisher, Executive Director.

A graduate of the University of Virginia (MWC), Jordan entered the real estate business in 1986.

She is owner of Apple Realty in Lincolnton, a Graduate of the REALTOR® Institute and holds the Certified Residential Broker, Certified Residential Specialist, and GREEN designations.

Appointed to the Commission in 1999, Jordan is president of the North Carolina Real Estate Education Foundation and past president and 2001 REALTOR® of the Year of the Lincoln County Board of REALTORS®.

Active in community affairs, she is a former director of the Lincolnton Chamber of Commerce, past president for Downtown Development, and currently president of the Lincolnton Rotary Club.

Jordan and her husband, Max, a REALTOR® and contractor, reside in Lincolnton and have one son, Jason, a student at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a REALTOR®.

This article came from the October 2009-Vol40-2 edition of the bulletin.