A native Charlottean, Sandy Williams has been teaching real estate in Charlotte since 1996. Teaching broker prelicensing courses, postlicensing courses and continuing-education courses, she has assisted thousands of students become licensed and continue their real estate education.
Sandy is an active member of the North Carolina Real Estate Educators Association (NCREEA) where she has held every office in the organization, and she is active and has served on key committees in the national Real Estate Educators Association (REEA) as well. She is the proud recipient of the NCREEA 2006 “Educator of the Year” award and North Carolina Real Estate Commission's “Billie J. Mercer Excellence in Education” award.
Sandy also holds the coveted Distinguished Real Estate Instructor (DREI) designation, which has been awarded to only a small number of real estate educators nationwide, as well as the Certified Distance Education Instructor (CDEI) designation.
While helping others, Sandy believes in continuing her own education by taking appraisal courses and obtaining designations such as the Strategic Pricing Specialist, Certified Short Sale Seller Agent and Ecobroker. Sandy's students consistently report that her love of teaching is shown in her methods and is only surpassed by her desire for each student's success.
Sandy was awarded Program of the Year in 2018 by NCREEA for her elective course, "Tackling What Ifs: Potential Obstacles on the Field."