August 27, 2018
Contact: Kim Walker, 704-940-3149
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Sandy Williams, DREI, CDEI, an instructor with the Charlotte Regional Realtor® Association’s Mingle School of Real Estate, was awarded Program of the Year by the North Carolina Real Estate Educators Association (NCREEA) for the elective course, "Tackling What Ifs: Potential Obstacles on the Field," a course that she co-authored with Attorney Rick S. Poe, Esq.
Williams, a veteran real estate instructor and broker, has been teaching broker pre-licensing, post-licensing and continuing education courses for more than 22 years. She is an active member of NCREEA, where she has held every office in the organization. Williams has been recognized for her work as an educator and is a recipient of NCREEA’s Educator of the Year award (2006) as well as a recipient of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s (NCREC) Billie J. Mercer Excellence in Education Award (2006). She is also an active member of the Real Estate Educators Association (REEA).
"Tackling What Ifs: Potential Obstacles on the Field" is a four-hour interactive continuing-education course that was created to educate licensees about the legal pitfalls they could encounter when representing buyers or sellers in a transaction. The course fills an educational need as agents find themselves challenged more frequently on completing legally-enforceable contracts that involve estates, corporations, LLCs and partnerships, trusts and other complicated scenarios.
Karyn Lindsey, vice president of education and director of the Mingle School of Real Estate, said, "Sandy’s commitment to real estate education is more than apparent in her love of teaching and her desire for the success of her students. Mingle is privileged to have such innovative instructors whi are armed with the ability to create courses compliant with NCREC education requirements that also meet the needs of students in a rapidly-changing real estate world.”
The Mingle School of Real Estate is the official school of real estate for the Charlotte Regional Realtor® Association and is one of the oldest and most successful real estate pre-licensing schools in North Carolina. Its real estate and pre-licensing, post-licensing and continuing-education courses are approved by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission (NCREC).
The Charlotte Regional Realtor® Association is a trade association that provides its more than 10,700 Realtor® members with the resources and services they need to conduct ethical, professional, successful and profitable businesses. The association is dedicated to being the region's primary resource for residential real estate information. The association operates the Carolina Multiple Listing Services, Inc. (CarolinaMLS), which has more than 15,700 Subscribers and is the private cooperative Realtors® use for access to tens of thousands of residential listings in a multicounty service area, including Charlotte, the Piedmont and Mountains areas of North Carolina and South Carolina, and beyond.