Average DOM decreases; Units on Market decreases
The Baldwin County Association of REALTORS® (BCAR) held its annual 2018 Installation Ceremony Wednesday, Dec. 13 to welcome 16 Board Directors, including 2018 BCAR President Troy Wilson.
Days on Market decreases YOY; Average Home Prices Increase
Baldwin County Association of REALTORS® is Helping to Enhance Fairhope with the Creation of Pocket Park
“Realtors® live, work and volunteer in their communities and take immense pride in working to improve them,” said Jennifer Foutch, BCAR’s Government Affairs Director
Pictured is Baldwin County Association of REALTORS® CEO Sheila Dodson, left, with Tammie Sullivan, who recently completed the final course of the Alabama REALTOR® Institute. She has been awarded the national recognized Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation.
National Association of REALTOR® Chief Economist Lawrence Yun was the keynote speaker at the first “State of the Economy” event held Oct. 9 at the Daphne Civic Center. It was the first partnership between the Baldwin County Association of REALTORS® and the Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance.
Pictured is Baldwin County Association of REALTORS® CEO Sheila Dodson, middle, with Paula Knodel, left, and Patsy Miller who recently completed the final course of the Alabama REALTOR® Institute. Miller and Knodel have been awarded the national recognized Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation.
The Baldwin County Association of REALTORS® (BCAR) is proud to announce Sondra Blackwell of Blackwell Realty, Inc. has joined 3,500 elite real estate professionals in over 45 countries by earning her Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation.
“The National Association of REALTORS® has a great influence in Washington, D.C., and their focus is to monitor legislation and its effect on real estate consumers and investors in the USA,” said Malone, 2017 BCAR Board of Directors President. “NAR does a very good job vetting the wide range of legislation that is important to homeownership, and is quick to oppose legislation that would hurt the consumer, or impede homeownership growth across the country.”