Wendell Bullard of Durham and Jeffery J. Malarney of Manteo have been appointed to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission by Governor Roy Cooper, it was announced by Miriam J Baer, Executive Director.
Bullard is Managing Broker at Bullard Properties, LLC, in Durham and has over 22 years of experience in the real estate industry including affiliations with Prudential Carolinas Realty, and Realty Executives Triangle Southpointe (Co-Owner).
He is past president of the Durham Regional Association of REALTORS® and the North Carolina Association of REALTORS® and past REALTOR® of the Year in both organizations.
One of several founding members for charter high schools in Charlotte and Raleigh, Bullard is past treasurer for Commonwealth and Stewart Creek High Schools and past board president of Central Wake Charter High School in Raleigh.
He is a graduate of North Carolina Central University with a BS in marketing and a United States Air Force Security Specialists veteran.
Malarney, a former member of the Real Estate Commission, serves as General Counsel for Twiddy & Company, a North Carolina Vacation Rental Management Firm, and is a principal of the Law Offices of Jeff Malarney, PLLC. He is also a licensed real estate broker and property insurance agent.
A Commander (ret.) of the United States Navy Judge Advocate Corps, he is a former Special Assistant United States Attorney, past president of the North Carolina Vacation Rental Manager’s Association, and past chairman of the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce.
Malarney holds a JD from Wake Forest University School of Law and BA (cum laude) in Economics and Management from Albion College.
This article came from the October 2018-Vol49-2 edition of the bulletin.