NC REALTORS is a nonprofit trade association that represents more than 56,000 members and 45 local associations throughout North Carolina. The association was created to promote the success of its members and enhance the quality of life in North Carolina.
As president, Wendy Harris hopes to continue under the theme “Building Bridges that last 100 Years” to strengthen North Carolina communities through affordability, availability, and sustainability.
“In the next 100 years, I would like everyone in the state of North Carolina — when they think housing, economic development, industry, taxes, insurance — I want them to consider how this will impact the people who live in this state,” says Harris. “Everything starts and ends at home. I want NC REALTORS® to be the first, best and last organization everyone goes to for information and perspective.”
Harris is a second-generation realtor owner of Team Harris Real Estate and has been actively involved in real estate since 2001. She is a licensed broker, Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR), Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Military Relocation Professional (MRP).
As a 1993 graduate of St. Andrews College, Harris received her BA in International Business with a minor in Spanish.
She has been recognized for her extensive work with Disaster Recovery in N.C. by her appointment to the Governor’s Disaster Recovery Coalition in 2017. She has also been recognized for her community and industry involvement with NC REALTORS® by receiving the following awards: 2017 NC REALTORS® REALTOR® Champion Award, 2015 Longleaf Pine REALTORS® REALTOR® of the Year, 2016 Longleaf Pine REALTORS® President’s Award, and 2017 Longleaf Pine REALTORS® REALTOR® Regional Service Award.
Harris was also inducted into the RPAC Hall of Fame in 2020 and now serves on the National Association of REALTORS Major Investor Council.
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