This site is about the overreaching political power of the NC Association of Realtors flush with money from cashing in your equity 6% at a time, leaving you to pay for growth with property taxes, year after year, with or without cash flow. In the last few years NCAR has pumped millions of dollars into NC political campaigns at the state and local level. They have spent millions more to defeat Local Options for Local Governments with misleading ads.

Friday, July 25, 2008

SBOE Realtor Complaint

Under the Dome has the scoop at the News & Observer on a complaint by a Realtor about the NC Association of Realtors to the State Board of Elections made in a letter sent Wednesday. The letter makes reference to the deductibility of fees used for political purposes.

Wayne Fulkner, business editor at the Wilmington Star News writes about Realtors raising lobbying funds. Realtors both for and against the transfer tax are not happy with the mandatory dues assessment.

Denise Dakoulis, an agent with Re/Max Coastal in Wilmington, isn't so much concerned with the state association's positions on the issues as the idea that the assessment is mandatory.

Jack Betts of the Charlotte Observer writes at This Old State that Realtors are upset over anti-tax campaign and gives a shout out to Stop The NC Home Ticks.

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