This is the third of three articles highlighting the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s staff and structure.
The principal purpose of the Real Estate Commission is to protect the interests of members of the general public in their dealings with real estate brokers throughout the state. This is accomplished through:
As dictated by N.C.G.S. § 93A-3(a), the Real Estate Commission consists of nine members who serve three-year terms. Seven members are appointed by the Governor and two are appointed by the General Assembly.
The Commission’s staff is tasked with implementing rules and policy set forth by the Commission.
As of December 1, 2019, there are 56 Commission staff members, divided between three divisions, Executive & Administrative, Education & Licensing, and Regulatory Affairs. Miriam Baer is the Executive Director.
This month’s Commission Spotlight is on the Education and Licensing Division.
Corean Hamlin, Director of Education and Licensing, supervises staff and all programs within the division.
The division is supported by seventeen staff members. Six of the staff members are dedicated to the Education section of the division, and ten are dedicated to License Services.
Education staff members focus on:
License Services staff members focus on:
To learn more about the North Carolina Real Estate Commission, go to ncrec.gov.